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    Yesterday during muzzleloader season my bro was after the wide 6 or better he said. Setting in the shooting house on top of the hill flat over on his place. All our lands border each other.
    Well the wide 6 didnt show but this guy with 1 broken off tine did.
    FUNNY part is it ran into a tree after shot and fell with 2 more broken off tines laying beside it.

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    https://vimeo.com/200352127

    Been working hard lately getting Copper ready to compete in his first field trial this spring. No special footage here. My hands are usually tied up but I managed this. We're working him on pigeons and chukars at the moment. The pigeon is about 15 years uphill. Just a quick clip of him honing in on the scent and locking up.


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    I got it to go earlier today.

    No matter how many times I see a dog point, it still makes me hold my breath.
    Is this not a reasonable place to park?

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    You guys would love a Vizsla, I think. They stalk. Sometimes real low to the ground, like a leopard.
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    My buddy is a Vizsla nut. He has had three over the last 12 years or so. Best time I ever had pheasant hunting was with his vizsla and another fellow's chocolate lab. There were 7 of us and we all limited out.
    Then we feasted on pheasant and beer for three days. They were camped at my place.

    Hunting little bastards, get cold easy it seems.
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    Cool!

    When working/running they can take most any cold conditions. They have pretty short hair, that has to make a difference compared to a Lab, for example. They sleep in bed under many layers, all night, lol.
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    When we would stop for a break or to come up with a new plan it looked like Flash had Parkinson's.

    Turn him loose and he never thought about it.

    That was a good dog, seems like he got cancer and died. He also had a female that was useless. She attacked the kids and he killer her.

    He has another one now I think. Seems like there is a few breeders up here in the frozen ass north.
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    Oh, the parkinson's thing sounds like just excitement, they do that an awful lot, just stand there basically shivering before being let loose. Of course, if they were in the middle of a hunt and already had a lot of exercise, then maybe they were cold. Or maybe they were just real pumped about Round 2!

    Flash, good name. We had a 'Rocket', lordy he was well named. An 18 hole golf course in the dead of winter, he could basically hit up every hole and swim across the 50 yard wide salt water pond chasing the geese, in about 5 min flat. He was crazed
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    Mountain lion kills deer on game camera

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