Wade Kisner and his three boys make some great content on You Tube with Wades "Free" dog. Sweet Lou was delivered by the stork with no warning. And turned into a great Setter by anyone's standard. Adding a second Setter to the family and making upland hunting shows that tell a story, are some of the subject that we talk about. Enjoy this episode, but dont run out and hire a camera crew.. just yet.
Jim Ciardelli, gives us the inside scoop on what may be the best of the west. Idaho has many species of upland birds as well as a great flyway for waterfowlers. Jim and his Griffons hike the high and low countryside of of Idaho, from private ranches to public lands. He never runs out of places to chase birds. Some are right in his backyard, where he has self imposed limits on daily take, to ensure the birds will always be there for his dogs.
This is a recording of a power point demo that Dr Sarah gave our training group. Its a little hard to hear at times.( there were hands on portions that took her away from the recorder) Dr. Sarah does cover alot of everyday stuff that we can encounter with our Dogs in the field and home. I'm sure you'll find a piece or two of good info to take with you in the field this year.
Dave is the Shotgun Product Manager and pro Shooter for CZ-USA He's a life long hunter and Springer Spaniel owner. We talk about those little and big things, shotgun patterns, shot size, CHOKES!!! and much more. Dave's Guinness world record of breaking he most clay targets in 1 hour. and even some trick shooting. If you don't learn a little something to improve your shooting from this, than get over to my house and give me some lessons.
Eric Ellis is the regional biologist for the Ruff Grouse Society. We talk habitat, policy, dogs, guns, and the movement to sell off public lands, right here in my backyard of Michigan!! I thought that was a Western State issue until now!! We better be watching our elected officials, or things that are currently working in our benefit, may vanish.
Dog hunters need to unite, and thru RGS and other hunter/dog friendly organizations, we can help to ensure future generations the enjoyment of hunting with dogs. We can get all the new young folks and older first time hunters to join our ranks, but without a place to do it? what will we have??