Went out west of Elk Lake. Hunted several hours. Saw 4 hens , two roosters. All were running, as if been hunted hard
for weeks. That kind of surprised me. No shots. No birds in hand, beautiful day, and blessed with wonderful dog work.
I will join you in December, if that's ok. My little yellow lab has hunted many hours with other pointing breeds, usually GSP's.
Where do you usually stay/ motel/ etc. Like I said, I would enjoy a meet/hunt whenever available.
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I am open to anywhere. Just enjoy meeting hunters and their dog(s). I was thinking Pierre SD area, but open .There are so many public spots around. I went last January, by myself, no one else could join. I did ok. As long as I see a couple of birds per day and dog has fun, then it's all good.
The last two are from Sauk River Retrievers in Osakis, MN. David Mork and his wife are awesome. My two sons
just put deposits down for the first two picks of winter breeding. I cannot wait, we will have three to hunt with.
As all of you know, us Dad's can borrow em any time!! HAA.
If it would work out sometime, would be fun. I am available anytime after end of Nov. till season closes.
I will drive to South Dakota to meet anyone, if it can be worked out. I know time is one of the issues.
If you look at The L4s initial hunter, I thinks its about 1300 bucks. A lot of money, but I tell ya, I would put it up to any
of my others. Really enjoy them all. If you were in Minnesota, I'd let you use one even. That's how positive I am. Ha
I agree with R_man. Kennetreks are nice, but only if they fit your foot. Takes awhile to break in. I have to have
boots are are nice to my feet. 7 back surgeries with spinal cord stimulators and now pain (morphine) pump.
Amazing ankle support, but I know some people do not like them. Like I...