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Postby John m » Tue Jan 24, 2017 7:40 pm

Hello my name is John and I thank you very much for excepting me I'm 49 and live in northern Ontario I hunted years ago but stopped for a few years but now I'm back into hunting again I've had dogs my whole life from jack russles to rotwellers but now I'm getting my self a black lab female and my plan is to train her for hunting grouse along with water foul I have never trained a hunting dog before but I was hurt at work and now I have the time to train a good dog I have a cabin back in the woods 14 miles in and spend a lot of time there it's the only cabin on the lake and I am sure that my new hunting partner will love to be up there with me .i hope to get all the information to help me train my new dog thanks again
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Postby greg jacobs » Tue Jan 24, 2017 9:27 pm

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Postby tekoa » Tue Jan 24, 2017 10:35 pm

Rik Sligar aka Tekoa, George, WA, Septuagenarian

Old man owns and operates Salish Consulting Services ( Small Business Sales and Service Planning and Development)
Upland Bird Hunting, Fly Fishing, Wildlife Photography, 12 English Setters over 50 years.

Have trialed on and off for 20 years, had four Field Champions.

My current and probably last Setter (Seattle's Jack Flash, Jack) 13 year old son of Tekoa Mountain Sunrise, and best bird dog I've ever known, and I wander around the West during upland bird seasons and hunt flatland birds, Quail, Partridge, Sharptail, Pheasant, Ruffed Grouse, roughly every other day so the old man and the old dog can rest up for the next long walk. On off days we try to take pictures. Jack has become very good at finding photo subjects, he points critters of all kinds and has a penchant for finding and eating wildflowers. We also hunt sheds and in Spring Jack finds and flushes Turkeys for me. I know he's not a versatile dog but apparently he doesn't know it.
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Postby Timewise65 » Wed Jan 25, 2017 10:56 am

My name is Carl and I am 66 year old Grandfather of 6 Grand Kids (Ranging from 21 to 18 months)! Grandkids really are a blessing... My wife of 48 years and I are retired and live just north of KCMO. We raised 3 kids (1 girl and two boys) who all are now married with kids of their own. Both the boys hunt, my Daughter does not.

We both were raised in Colorado (Go Broncos)! I actually grew up in the small mountain town of Gunnison, Colorado. My Dad and I hunted rabbits in deep snow, ducks on the rivers, and Sage Hen's (Grouse) in the fall. I started going with my Dad around 7-8, I was the 'bird dog' to flush birds or retrieve downed game. In time I learned to hunt and shoot, but the only dogs we ever owned were do 'Wiener Dogs' and one Siberian Husky. I never had a desire to hunt big game.

In 1986 I wanted my boys to grow up with a sporting dog. We all had begun duck hunting as we lived in Memphis, TN. After a lot of research, I decided on getting a Golden Retriever. I found a breeder that had some good looking dogs with clear heath histories and a few 'show titles'. We purchased a female. My oldest son decided to use 'dog training' as a school science project. So he did a bunch of research and started training her on basic obedience. He took before and after pictures and in time wrote a very good science project for school. He got an A and a trip to compete in the national science show. We got a very well trained Golden. She was the joy of our family and she lasted until all the kids had left home for college and/or jobs. She was a natural retriever and was easy to control on recalls. She loved duck and goose hunting and we did as much as we could during those years....

One day a guy I worked with had overheard me talking about my great Golden. He invited my and my boys to attend a Hunt test. I had no idea what this was all about, but with lots of dogs, food, and kids, how bad could it have been....that day, working with and watching other handle their dogs made me a believer...I was hooked!

Since those days I have had 6 field bred Goldens all of whom had some professional training, as I learned to train. And all ran in hunt tests, although my goal for each dog was to make them a complete hunter. In retriever hunt tests, and dog that makes it through the Senior Hunter level, can do everything a hunter would want....so that is where I finished my dogs....I still have 3 today. My old girl at 14 (not my first girl mentioned above, my male at 10, and our newest girl at 4....I raised three kids so I have 3 goldens......

I worked in Banking for 10 years, then to manufacturing for 17 years, finishing me career with a large Japanese consumer electronics company I was in Management at various levels except for my fist 10 years......I had a very rewarding career. I also went back to school at 47 to get an MBA. I wanted to strengthen my resume to change industries, as manufacturing was failing in the USA, that's how I jumped from Manufacturing to a global electronics company....

Now I am free to hunt, run my dogs, and chase my wife any time I want......
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Postby jstevens » Wed Jan 25, 2017 1:53 pm

I'm Jim, an old bird hunter almost from birth. I grew up in north Mo. started hunting quail when I was 9 (1966) when there were quite literally quail everywhere. Along came the 1980's and the quail hunting was almost over. We are starting to see some improvement in our areas, so after not having a dog for over 20 years, I just put a deposit down on a pointer puppy, so in March, we'll start this whole thing over again. I have a son and a 14-year old grandson that love to shoot birds, so we got a training permit for the farm, and we'll try to kill 100 or so before the season opens up in Nov.

I was talking to my dad about starting a dog, he is 83, we had an old dog that was really nice that I think was born about '68 (Gunsmoke X Warhoops Jake breeding) he said when she was 8 months old, her first day hunting they shot 102 quail over her. We never had to worry about birds to start a dog on, just headed up the hedgerow and in 5 minutes, a covey was pointed. Hopefully my kids get to see that again.
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Postby TTIERNS » Mon Jan 30, 2017 1:01 pm

Hello from Butte MT. My name is Tim and I am a Health and Safety Manager for an environmental remediation and demolition company. I was raised in Butte hunting and fishing but never really did any bird hunting with dogs mainly jump shooting ducks and chasing blue grouse. Very little pheasant hunting in my area Butte isn't a pheasant hot spot, deer and elk yes but pheasants not so much. A couple years ago I got more interested in pheasants, huns, sage and sharptail grouse when by luck my Sony and I got access to some prime ground in the grain country north of me. Started looking for a dog and decided on a Brittany. There are some very good breeders in the area so I was able to get a good pup. Iam a first time bird dog owner and really looking forward to educating myself on training and hunting with Rudy my 2 year old Brittany.
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Postby CDow » Tue Mar 14, 2017 9:56 am

Cathy in Northern Illinois. Work as a service coordinator for an managed services IT company. Just got a GSP puppy, am hoping to eventually hunt him, as well as do obedience/agility with him. I previously was involved heavily in Rhodesian Ridgebacks and Sloughis, so this should be an interesting change of pace :).
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Postby SFinley85 » Tue Mar 14, 2017 9:42 pm

Hi, I'm Sean from Plano, TX. I'm 28 years old and manage a company in O & G, mining and Real estate. I have one son who is about two years old. I have a braque francis and a boykin spaniel. This will be both of their first hunting seasons and can't wait to get them in the field (recently divorced and allowed to have dogs again). They are both great and loving every second of having gun dogs again in my life.
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Re: A little about you...

Postby sjmike » Fri Mar 17, 2017 2:49 pm

new to the forum, going to get a gsp pup this summer and my new job has me working at home so I thought I'd train the dog for field hunting myself. I bought an 18 month "started" dog back in 2010 and found she had no nose. I'm guessing she was a cast off. If I was a hard hearted guy, I would have sent the dog back but I liked the dog even if she didn't hunt. She passed away last fall. I live in Northern California and enjoy hunting quail, chuckar, pheasants, doves, ducks and, oddly, snipe. Anyway, thought this forum would be a good sounding board as I go down the path of training a pup to hunt. Last time I did that was as a kid with my Dad back in 1977 and what I remember most about it is that you can never have too much patience.
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Re: A little about you...

Postby karlk » Wed Mar 22, 2017 4:00 pm

My name is Karl. I am a 28 year old Male living in southwest Michigan. I have been hunting ruffed grouse, woodcock, and pheasant since I was 12 years old. I recently purchased my first pup, a female GSP, last spring. I do not plan on breeding her or entering in competitions. She is a partial indoor dog. I am joining GDF because I have questions about training.
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Postby wlarmouth » Sat Mar 25, 2017 11:01 am

Hello from Colorado.

I am a sales manager for a manufacturer in the fly fishing industry, and recently purchased our first GSP (well, first on my own!) My family has been intermittently raising and breeding GSPs before I was born, and little Roux (said roo) will be the 14th GSP in the family! Heck, my first "babysitter" when I was a toddler was Holly, who my mother could trust to keep me in the yard unsupervised! My wife and I are looking to train her for both a family dog, as well as an upland girl as well. I couldn't believe how easy it was to convince her! We currently have an older boxer (Roxie) who is an absolute sweetheart (but a monster at 80lbs!) and is enjoying being the big sister. Roux's "aunt" - my parent's GSP Breagh (bree-ah, it's Gaelic) is not as good as an influence, unfortunately!! It's been awhile since I've started a pup, so looking forward to some help and advice!

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Postby TruckMan66 » Mon Apr 10, 2017 2:42 pm

Hello,
I'm 50 yrs old. Work in a call center. Had dogs before but it's been about 15 years. I now have a 7 month old male pointer named Sport. Didn't get to hunt him last year (2016 -2017) but this year we will be hunting quail in Texas and possibly Oklahoma. Been hunting all my life (deer, turkey, dove and quail) but with in last 2 years started trapping.
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Re: A little about you...

Postby blackpearl » Mon Apr 10, 2017 5:28 pm

blackpearl age 57 hunting and fishing from the age of 16 ,3 english setters hunt pheasants,woodcock ,snipe and duck hunting,am also into dog trialing.
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Postby mrelite » Fri Apr 14, 2017 7:20 am

JP from NM, a couple years ago I became semi retired and started going bird hunting again after many years of not having enough time, I am an avid Bow Hunter and big game has been my go to for any free time I have had although I have bow hunted quail through the years and had a blast doing it. Almost 2 months ago I picked up a 15 week old male English Pointer and have had a blast training myself to be with him.........it's been quite a eye opener after only having untrained Labs but it's also been very exciting to see him get after the birds, it's going to be a fun journey.
I have been a custom residential contractor in Abq for 29 years, I have also been married for 29 years and have two awesome kids that are both college students now.

I look forward to learning tips on how to handle this pup from everyone on this forum!
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Postby Maninthearena » Mon May 01, 2017 10:42 am

Hello everyone, I'm Kevin Anderson. Most days I practice as a dentist in the twin cities, MN. I've been bird hunting since I was 11 and grew up with pointing dogs my whole life. I've had an English Setter, Gordon Setter, and German Shorthair that I helped my dad train and hunt. I'm currently now at a point in my life where I'll be able to have adequate space for my own dog to train and am looking to get a pup here in the next year. I probably do 70% grouse and woodcock hunting with some weekend pheasant trips each year. I'm also interested in doing some hunt tests in the future with my future pup.
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Postby jtg » Tue Jun 06, 2017 7:35 pm

semi-retired - winter 2015 inherited 5-month-old Brittany from brother who passed away before training began

all new to me - hunted birds as a kid but without dogs - now training for field trials and hunting when possible, just for training - good exercise and love getting out

background: composer, audio engineer, record label owner - as mentioned semi-retired, just can't afford to fully retire and can't afford a horse, but still strong enough to walk a mounted-handler gun dog stake - keep up pretty well, but have to rely on judges and planter to scout - usually good-natured about it
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Postby R.West » Mon Jun 12, 2017 2:19 pm

Hi, my name is Ralph West and I am currently living in Chocowinity NC which is Just a little east of Greenville in eastern NC. I am kind of a newby at bird hunting. I did do a little quail hunting as a kid with an uncle of mine and always really enjoyed it, but with the decline in their numbers over the years just sort of got away from it. I purchased a German Wirehaired Pointer, Samson, about a year and a half ago, and I guess I got lucky because he has turned out to be an awesome quail hunter. So far we have just hunted him on pen raised birds released on a 50 acre thinned pine block on our 650 acre small hunting club. He has done extremely well so far to be so young, but I would like to find a few spots in the area to work him on wild birds also. I own and operate a alarm systems business in the area and don't get to go as often as I would like, but do plan to hunt more this coming season. If anyone knows of any good spots in this area I would love to hear from you, or maybe get together for a hunt. Glad to be aboard and look forward to talking with you. Thanks, R. West
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Postby clattin » Thu Jun 22, 2017 5:32 am

Hey all, my name is Chris and I live in the metro Detroit area.

I grew up in north-central Kansas hunting with the GSP's that my grandfather and dad raised. I got my first Vizsla about 15 years ago and now won't have anything else! I just got a new Vizsla pup this past weekend (Otis). He's just 8 weeks old and my kids and I are having a fun time with him. I'll be back home in Kansas in August and will get him his first exposure to birds then.....just let him smell them and see them. Then I'll be back home again for the bird opener in November and will have him on the ground with my dad's older vizsla (he's now a Vizsla fan too). In the meantime, Otis is learning the rules of the house and starting some basic obedience training with him. My 9 yr old daughter is really interested in helping with the training and she's doing a great job.
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Postby Danboyles22 » Sun Jun 25, 2017 7:36 pm

Hi my name is Dan boyles. I'm 41 years old and am quickly approaching my 20 year mark in the navy (not getting out though).
Currently in Biloxi MS
I have been married to a saint named Tina for going on 15 years.
We have 2 kids; daughter 7 and son 5
We're a GSP family. Our last GSP Heidi passed right before Christmas and we got our current girl Gretchen right at the new year. She's a really natural hunter and shows a lot of potential.
I try to hunt as much as possible but until recently it's been focused on deer, turkey and usually a rabbit hunt every year. I'm getting back into upland again after several years and it feels great.
My other hobbies when there's any time left in the day is metal fab, fishing, shooting, etc.

Thanks for putting together a great forum

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Postby RESMER77 » Mon Jul 17, 2017 2:29 pm

Hi everyone, I'm Shannon. I live in Calgary Alberta. I'm a 39 year old male. I joined up to hopefully gain from the experience of others. i'm soon to be the owner of a wirehaird pointing griffon pup in the next couple of months (hopefully by the end of September). I intend on training the pup for upland hunting. This will be my versatile hunting dog. should be quite the experience. I'm looking forward to asking lots of questions and learning from you all.
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Postby JJWISE » Tue Jul 18, 2017 10:05 am

Morning all, I'm 20, married for 7 months, in the Marine Corps stationed in Cherry Point NC. My wife and I are both from WV originally. I mostly deer hunt, I just started waterfowl hunting a few years ago and have only been about 10times, this year will be my first time going after ducks alone. This year will be my first year going after bear and quail also. I also hunt dove, turkey and most small game but those are more of a side note. I have a 13 week old Boykin Spaniel, we got him about 6.5 weeks ago. This is my first hunting dog, I plan to use him mostly as a retriever, though if I can train him to quarter and flush I'll also be using him for quail. No intentions of running trials or anything. I'm training him on my own using books and online resources, and I hope to learn a lot from you more experienced trainers on here.
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Postby jpowell44 » Thu Jul 20, 2017 9:22 am

My name is Jarod. I have been lurking on the forum for a while soaking up all the info that I can. I have a 13 month old Boykin named Henry that is awesome. I have taken him on several preserve quail hunts and let him retrieve at a couple of pheasant tower shoots. I tried to put him on some some ducks but I was never able to make it workout. I can't wait for hunting season to get here.
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Postby MidwestHunter77 » Fri Jul 28, 2017 1:09 pm

Hey everyone, I'm Ryan from KC, I recently got a Boykin Spaniel she's 4 1/2 months old and my first gun dog. I love hunting ducks and pheasant and hope to have her as a hunting companion for both. I also plan on running her in hunt tests in the future. She has been fantastic so far, and I'm learning just as much as she is. Love all the information on this site and can't wait to pick up more.


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Re: A little about you...

Postby Bertus » Wed Aug 30, 2017 3:52 am

Hi. My name is Bertus.I am 46 and live in South Africa. I have a GSP xBluetic coonhoundx ridgeback called Tinka. She is great on blood senting. I need help with bird hunting. She does point and retreve. I just need to get it under controll. I woyld like to make a remote bird launcher to help me refine her a bit. Any idees?
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Postby hiboss » Wed Aug 30, 2017 7:29 am

fdsjr wrote:Tell us a little about you so we can get a perspective on who we are talking to. How old are you?? Male or Female?? What do you do for a living?? How long you been hunting/shooting?? What kind of hunting do you do?? What kind of dog(s) do you have?? How long have you had dogs?? You into any field trials, show, competition or anything like this??



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Postby critchie6395 » Fri Sep 01, 2017 9:43 am

Name: Chris
Age: 39
Profession: Paramedic
Dogs: Brittany's

I am new to GDF just wanted to pop in and say hello. I have been hunting and fishing all me life. I have owned a few duck dogs, and in recent years decided to get into to upland bird dogs. I have a friend that lives in Nebraska who has invited me to a few quail and pheasant hunts. I was in awe at the ability of a good gun dog to hunt and so my adventure started. I have 2 brittanys a wife 3 kids and a bit of land we all reside on in North TX. I love being outdoors between deer, duck, dove, quail, pheasants and fishing and not to mention working with my dogs I stay busy outdoors. I train my own dogs to the best of my ability they are like my kids (i don't need anyone else raising them mind you ill take all the help i can get...) Hoping to meet some people, gain some knowledge, have a good time here and help anyone if i can.
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Postby 3schwenk11 » Fri Sep 01, 2017 3:58 pm

Hello,

My name Is Michael, I am from Des Moines Iowa. I am 25 years old and I work at Progressive Insurance. I have been hunting for as long as I can remember. I currently have a 2.5 year old GSP named Mya who I got right out of college I am going to get her a sister this upcoming Spring. I love to hunt pheasants here in Iowa, and travel to my cousins 45k+ acre ranch in the heart of Nebraska for quail, prairie chickens, and some roosters. Someday I will get up to MN and hunt timber grouse. I just recently joined NAVHDA and plan on really diving in to it with my next pup. I love the gun dog forum and love seeing everyone else's passion for bird dogs and hunting.

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Postby Winchester.4440 » Thu Oct 19, 2017 9:36 am

Hey there I'm Jess, from just outside Ottawa Ontario Canada. I'm and electrician and love my dogs and hunting. Looking forward too getting to learn some new things from everyone. Thanks!
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Postby sjmike » Thu Oct 19, 2017 5:59 pm

I've been a member for a while, but have only posted twice, once today with a picture of my gsp pup. I live in Northern California and this pup is my second GSP. My first was a "started dog" that I bought off a broker out in the Midwest and what I got was a dog that was a sweet house pet but refused to hunt and had zero confidence in the field. Seems someone ruined that dog pretty good. Nice dog though, just not much of a hunter. If I was a hard hearted fellow, I'd a shipped the dog back, but I liked the dog and am not that good of a hunter anyway. I was also told she was 18 months old, she died last year of kidney failure at just over 7 years, vet said no way she was 7 years old. Long story short, I got taken six ways from Sunday but was still bummed to lose my dog even if she didn't hunt.

So, I got a gsp pup back in August. I figured if anyone was going to ruin my next hunting dog, it might as well be me. My last hunting dog was named Woofer and I heard her bark probably 4 times in 6 years and she never hunted. So, I named my new hunting dog Daisy. Smart dog, house trained in a couple of weeks, there's some older dogs to follow around and learn from. Learned her name, comes when she's called, retrieves her toys and got introduced to birds today and showed great enthusiasm. So, I haven't ruined her yet...
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Re: A little about you...

Postby gspbrit » Mon Nov 06, 2017 2:00 pm

Hi, I guess it's kind of required of newbies to reply to the original post here, so here we go: I've been hunting since the '60s, am on my 5th bird dog, and started field trialing at age 59. I have an all-age pup and I'll probably need advice from some of you!
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Postby Sharon » Mon Nov 06, 2017 4:49 pm

Welcome to the forum! :)
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