natetnc wrote:i once heard a good estimate is 1mile per foot hunter = 3 miles per dog. how accurate do you find this estimate?
Neil Mace wrote:Average speed - 14 mpm, max speed 24 mph, furthest cast 2,000 yards, average ( a guess) 400 yards. and yes, a quater of a mile is a long ways in most areas.
Curious over what time frame your dogs are averaging 14mph?
Neil Mace wrote:I never leave a field trial dog down longer than an hour and half, as you say they will start paceing themselves.
gar-dog wrote:I had a quick hunt for 2 hours yesterday in very heavy cover and the dog covered 8 miles. I would guess that 5 were in the first hour and 3 were in the second, but I didn't check. I will say I was beat afterwards! I would guess I trudged 2-3 miles - lots of brambles and thorns.
gar-dog wrote:You are right. But for the life of me I cannot find this info on the thing.
wems2371 wrote:NJ Gsp, can you give a little more detail on how you got the Google Earth image? I have a Garmin Astro DC20 and am familiar with Google Earth. We just got the mini SD card to download from the Garmin to the computer, and have started to play with that, but my husband would really like to do the Google Earth view.
wems2371 wrote:PS--I'm really missing my Garmin. Got to use it 3 weekends, before the dog unit decided to turn itself off and not come back on. Garmin says it's probably a battery issue and will take 8-10 working days for repair. What did we do before Garmin?
wems2371 wrote:Wow, that's more help than I expected. Thanks so much. Denise
gar-dog wrote:NJ GSP:
Thanks alot for going through the trouble of putting all of that up. I did it today - and had no idea I could do this. With the Astro, it shows my track and Ginger's track. VERY COOL!
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