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Good day everyone. Been enjoying reading through the different topic subsections. Could not find one with duck boat dog pics. Started taking the two dogs out on the boat. I think they're as ready as I am to return to the hunt.
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Here is my brown fuzzy handwarmer in action. I call her a handwarmer because that's about the extent of it, has absolutely no interest in retrieving ducks in cold water. But she loveable and a great companion for my daughter.





Carl
Mobile, AL
DHBP Member since 1998

"Life is too short to drink bad beer."
Disclaimer: This post and/or report is not a substantiation of or reflection on the true accuracy of the present surveying methods. It is only a report on or comment concerning local observation and/or results. Your results and observation may vary based on your location, local water conditions, food supply, weather conditions and migratory patterns "
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 one more action shot:





Carl
Mobile, AL
DHBP Member since 1998

"Life is too short to drink bad beer."
Disclaimer: This post and/or report is not a substantiation of or reflection on the true accuracy of the present surveying methods. It is only a report on or comment concerning local observation and/or results. Your results and observation may vary based on your location, local water conditions, food supply, weather conditions and migratory patterns "

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Carl: Aug 31, 2021, 7:29 AM
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That's great Carl. Companionship is what dogs are all about. If they retrieve, bonus. Sometimes I wish mine wouldn't retrieve because I worry about them, especially when it's really cold.
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Morning Scott,

Here are my beagles (Jack and Izzy) enjoying a summer time boat ride.






And then of course Pearl, who works on the boat....


















"Pass the Tradition Along"
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Looks like a good crew sir. Do you run them beagles?
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I do Scott. I have a camp in the western mountains of Maine. Great snowshoe hare country.









"Pass the Tradition Along"

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Troy Fields: Aug 31, 2021, 9:12 AM
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That brings back memories. I ran beagles on snowshoes in Alaska as a boy. As long as the snow didnt get too deep. We have a few here in North Idaho. Maybe I need to go get a few and reminisce over a dish of snowshoe n gravy over rice...
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I was going to ask the same question! Great to see someone running rabbits!
Growing up in northeast PA, my uncle had great beagle, most October and early November Saturdays were spent chasing rabbits all over Wayne & Susquehanna counties.


Carl
Mobile, AL
DHBP Member since 1998

"Life is too short to drink bad beer."
Disclaimer: This post and/or report is not a substantiation of or reflection on the true accuracy of the present surveying methods. It is only a report on or comment concerning local observation and/or results. Your results and observation may vary based on your location, local water conditions, food supply, weather conditions and migratory patterns "
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Troy Fields wrote:
I do Scott. I have a camp in the western mountains of Maine. Great snowshoe hare country.


Great picture Troy. If a person doesn't know the snowshoes are white in winter, they might wonder why you're posing. Smile I have a little bit of experience hunting rabbits, but not like you guys. And my silly labrador gets pretty excited when one moves when we bird hunt, quick as lightning when they want. I think there's gonna be birds this fall, my wife saw plenty this summer.
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Soooooooooo Scott.....where are the pictures of your dogs? Laugh

OOOOPS I missed your dog butts post...my bad.....They are good looking dogs from behind

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Dani: Aug 31, 2021, 10:19 AM
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Sorry I think we should see if the moderators will allow a duck dog thread.
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Some of them have passed, some are still alive but you asked for it....... Sly

Drake: (RIP)









Mike: (RIP)







Kenzie: (beach buddy I had hopes to be a duck dog...he was too gun shy...RIP)







Belle: (she earned her duck dog status in 2019)











B: (she is one heckuva woodduck pointy dog)









I have lots more pictures, but at the same time not enough.....

Dani

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Dani: Aug 31, 2021, 10:42 AM
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Awesome pics Dani. Wish I had half your eye for photography. You're right, you never have enough pics of your old buddies.
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Carl wrote:
Here is my brown fuzzy handwarmer in action. I call her a handwarmer because that's about the extent of it, has absolutely no interest in retrieving ducks in cold water. But she loveable and a great companion for my daughter.


I don't blame your fuzzy brown handwarmer for not wanting to retrieve ducks in cold water. Geez....it's COLD!!!!!

Thanks Stuart. Some of those pictures are mine and some are Steve's. I do continue to work on my photo skills
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SJ Fairbank wrote:
Troy Fields wrote:
I do Scott. I have a camp in the western mountains of Maine. Great snowshoe hare country.


I think there's gonna be birds this fall, my wife saw plenty this summer.


Just spent a week in the woods on a stream restoration project and they were scarce in an area where I've seen a lot in past dry years. It would be hard to beat last year for partridge. Woodcock were only so-so in the covers I hunt.

"At first blush I am tempted to conclude that a satisfactory hobby must be in large degree useless, inefficient, laborious, or irrelevant."
— Aldo Leopold
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Here is Bell getting some retrieving in while I take brake from trying to catch some fish.

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1st pic is Missy my older BLF with Molly my CLF when Missy was 12 and molly about 4 months. 2nd pic is urn Missy resides in now after a 13 year long career and is greatly missed. 3rd pic is Molly last season at 4y.o with her mornings work.

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roy brewington: Aug 31, 2021, 6:26 PM
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That last photo she was watching me go out and pick my ducks. She didnt care to get out of the boat but watched me the whole time


Carl
Mobile, AL
DHBP Member since 1998

"Life is too short to drink bad beer."
Disclaimer: This post and/or report is not a substantiation of or reflection on the true accuracy of the present surveying methods. It is only a report on or comment concerning local observation and/or results. Your results and observation may vary based on your location, local water conditions, food supply, weather conditions and migratory patterns "
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I don't blame her....COLD....ugh....I am with her....someone else better dressed should go after them in the COLD

Sly
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My little Dynamite pup Ambs. What a machine and a love bug as well. They say you get 1 dog in your lifetime that is your best friend. Id say she's the one.



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Capt. John O: Aug 31, 2021, 7:26 PM