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Point, don't flush!

Posted by C.J. Kausel on 3/19/2021 to Training Tips
Point, don't flush!
Last month we discussed working on problem areas during the off season. One issue covered pointing dogs creeping in after a point or outright flushing the bird. The other issue was flushing dogs ranging out too far and out of gun range.  This

Off-season Field Work

Posted by C.J. Kausel on 2/8/2021 to Training Tips
Well, another upland bird hunting season is now on the record. We cherish those days of autumn with coolness of air, the special scent of the season, and those magical days afield with our bird dogs. Now we must wait another seven months to the

Late Season Pheasant Hunts

Posted by C.J. Kausel on 1/11/2021 to Training Tips
First of all, Happy New Year! Wow, where has the year gone? It seems to me as I get older and am starting to slow a bit, the years speed up and go by faster and faster. That really applies to the bird hunting season. It seems that September 1st was

Staunch and Steady

Posted by C.J. Kausel on 12/4/2020 to Training Tips
This month we are going to discuss teaching staunchness and steadiness on point using the e-collar receiver as a “bellyband”. Several months ago, (September 2019 Tip) we described how to use the check cord cinched at the dog’s flank as a means

Dove Hunting Tips

Posted by C.J. Kausel on 9/9/2020 to Training Tips
Dove hunting, which starts on September 1st, is the annual kickoff for fall upland bird hunting. It is an outright ritual for family and friends to get together and enjoy the opening weekend of dove hunting. The weather is great, the birds are plentiful - creating a lot of action, and the camaraderie is unsurpassed. Good time to sharpen up the “old shooting eye”.