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    Today, 05:48 PM
    Ya know..I kinda don't get all this "XXXXXXXXXXX breed is the best! The only dog to have!" Now, I admit, I've been a Lab guy all my life. No...
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    02-12-2019, 09:01 PM
    All four inside but with a double flap dog door built into the patio door that lets them out into a fully fenced acre. No more "dog in/dog out". They...
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    02-10-2019, 07:48 PM
    In England, while not illegal to remove the dew claws on pups, it is certainly not standard procedure. I would say it's pretty rare to have them...
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    02-10-2019, 07:44 PM
    We just started giving our two old Labs the oil about 10 days ago. The 14 year old has arthritic rear leg joints due to ACL surgery on both sides....
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    02-03-2019, 08:37 AM
    Agree with all of the above. Pretty well sums it up IMO. Especially the post-hunt grooming. If you are willing to do the research and due...
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    02-02-2019, 09:07 AM
    Chestle replied to a thread Lethal Lead product? in The Lounge
    First of that type I ever saw was mid 70s, called the Rueb Sight. ...
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    01-22-2019, 09:44 AM
    Chestle replied to a thread Ditch Hunting? in South Dakota
    I believe that SD landowners DO own the right-of-way (the ditches) and they DO pay tax on that property. Perhaps an actual SD landowner will chime in...
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    01-19-2019, 12:23 PM
    Stripper heads are better for upland birds. They are not cheap bits of equipment though and they're really only for small grain cereal crops (think...
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  1. Hi Jon!

    Didn't notice the message right off, my apologies for a late reply.

    Yes, I'm living in Texas right now, South of Fort Worth. Lived in Kansas for many, many years and chased pheasant there.

    I still have family in Kansas City, so I generally drive there and spend the night. Depending on various factors I sometimes will stay over a day in KC to see the relatives. But one night or two, from there I go on and do an enroute rendezvous on I-29 with my longtime hunting partners that also drive to SD from other states. We then form a caravan to the happy hunting grounds.

    This year I will be traveling North from KC on Friday the 20th. If he'd like to join the caravan on that leg, let me know.

    Alternatively, I'll be driving to KC on Wednesday the 18th if present plans hold. I go up I-35N (West) from Ft. Worth, basically up through Denton and Gainesville into Oklahoma. He's welcome to caravan on that leg as well.

    Let me know.

    Best Regards,
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    Just noticed you hail from TX. My nephew lives just north of Dallas and pheasant hunts with me (uncle) in SD. He drives all the way by himself. Wonder if you two should meet on of these day's? He is a Lab man, 57? is a fisherman and pheasant enthusiast. Just a thought. Jon
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