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kentuck_ike

hey setterguy

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I have a cousin looking for an english setter. do you know or recomend any breeders

Thanks, Ike

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jnovatney@msn.com

Depending on what he's looking for I have a couple different options for him.

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Dont forget to let him know about those Red Dogs too wink.gif

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I won't forget, and what I do I'm sure Scott will fill him in on.

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Did you get your dogs out on any more grouse? I saw a lot of birds deer hunting last weekend. I think I will be out after some Thanksgiving weekend too.

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Been out 4 times this season, now is when I get into the woods after my busy time is over. So far 26 birds pointed, in a total of 16 hours in the woods. Dogs are just now starting to get into shape as I didn't send them the NoDak this year. Thinking about heading up somewhere next week, give the deer hunters one more weekend to fill tags.

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I hit a particular trail the second weekend of Oct. which really showed how the population is getting better.

I brought 18 shells with and ran out in about an hour and a half! I dont even know how many points we had. If I were a better shot we would have gotten more than 5 birds. It was still a blast. It seemed like the beeper collar was beeping "point" the whole time we were out!!

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