Does anyone ever put a GPS collar on a flushing dog? I realize that this is not needed the vast majority of the time, here's why I ask. Sunday was hunting in Northern Iowa in 30mph winds and was trying to make my way to some brush in a field of grass. It was that tall, brittle, golden/reddish stuff, and it kept getting taller. Pretty soon it was up to my armpits and I couldn't keep track of my dog and so I turned around and went to a different area. One of my biggest fears is losing the dog. She listens well, hunts at a great range, and we get along great, but my fear is that some combination of factors might separate us and she gets lost. This would mainly be high winds in thick cover which makes it very tough to keep tabs on her. I have been hunting with her for three years now and never lost her at all so maybe I'm being paranoid. Her fur matches the color of that grass to a T, so it was even tougher to see her.