We had my two setters. Indy pointing, Rock the bigger GSP and Tuck my young setter both backing. There was another GSP Bella there, I was not sure where she was, but most likely backing off to the left.Nice video, what was your mix of dogs and did they all back Indy?
Indy is a long range setter. I often have him pointing over 250 yards. I have had him pointing over 800 yards several time. Its great for quail, prairie chickens, Sharptail and Huns, but pheasants tend to run off and need to be relocated. But Indy tends to find the majority of the birds because he is very experienced and is nearly always the first to the likely looking cover. But Indy will back instantly at distance as well.I love long ranging setters. Indy looks like a good lead dog to have in the pack.
I knew there had to be birds there, and once Alan got there I figured I would see if I could get across the fence. Didn't make it...Cool video Steve, I knew that covey was going to flush when you tried to cross the fence.
This is my girl on the left (the Akita)Thanks, but good breeding has a lot to do with what you see