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Idaho Ron thanks for sharing your photos ,they brought back alot of memories. If you want to hunt quail or pheasant in my area you have to go to preserve. I do no know why Maryland bothers to list pheasant seasons in the hunting guide. Thanks to all for sharing your photos.
 

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Idaho Ron thanks for sharing your photos ,they brought back alot of memories. If you want to hunt quail or pheasant in my area you have to go to preserve. I do no know why Maryland bothers to list pheasant seasons in the hunting guide. Thanks to all for sharing your photos.

Our upland hunting isn't a fraction of what it used to be.
 

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When I was training dogs, I also used similar collars. However, some companies provide more humane and user-friendly devices. You should contact professional trainers to learn how to properly train a dog if you have little experience. In addition, some dogs can be trained without the use of a collar. For example, emotional support animals can perceive the intonation of the owner, after which they follow commands, as far as I know, if you want to know more about this, you might find Frequently Asked Questions | ESARA helpful. Such animals help not only people with disabilities but also those who suffer from anxiety. Unfortunately, these are the ailments that affect almost every modern person.
 

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I had mentioned earlier that the collars might not work in Canada. I was in Canada last week running a chainsaw helping a buddy with storm damage. So, I took the collar to see if they are disabled in CN. Mine is not. The handheld unit communicated just fine with the dog collar.

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Being an avid bird hunter and black powder nut, I fail to see how this topic fits into this forum? The pictures are nice except no front stuffers to be seen anywhere.
Maybe I am off base and if so I kindly beg your pardon.
 
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Being an avid bird hunter and black powder nut, I fail to see how this topic fits into this forum? The pictures are nice except no front stuffers to be seen anywhere.
Maybe I am off base and if so I kindly beg your pardon.
I think it’s a good point you make. I didn’t so much notice though because the dogs are the focus of the thread. It seems like there are a lot of modern things that leak into threads like hunter orange, BP substitutes, lead alternatives.

I think there is value in making an effort to do traditional hunts with accuracy and all the accoutrements, but there is also value in taking a piece of traditional hunting and using/experiencing/discussing. In this case, the dogs are that piece.
 

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I started this thread as it relates to hunting with my bp shotguns with my dog. The GPS collar is simply a tool that helps me keep my dog safe and know where he is.

When there are threads that have no interest to me, I simply dont read them.

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