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Thread: Looking for company on the Eastern plains...

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    Default Looking for company on the Eastern plains...

    Hello all, I am new to this forum and very new to hunting. Went out pheasant hunting at a release with a friend from work, fell in love, got a new 12 gauge and my hunters ed. card. And looking to continue learning and maybe start training my 6 month old catahoula named Blue.
    Looking for anyone who wouldn't mind a little training and company on the eastern plains of Colorado. Hit me up, I'm always looking for something to do and to get away. Any tips or tricks that will help me are always appreciated.
    Have a good day!!

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    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    South Dakota / Arizona


    Never heard of a Catahoula hunting pheasants or any feathered game. Aren't they mainly a bay dog used for hog hunting and other fur animals?
    Janee's August Breeze - Bree

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    They are. The catch is going to be controling that natural instinct and working with him to "stalk" rather than hunt. They are very good hunters and have a good nose. I'm not saying it's going to be easy or can even be done, but i'm going to give it a shot.

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    Join Date
    Sep 2012


    my buddy has one & said he thought he could teach it to hunt & maybe hold/point??? very smart dogs...

    give it a try my OLDE ENGLISH BULLDOGGE loves to hit the pheasant fields with us each fall she kinda acts like a big lab crashes through cover & runs to the downed birds she listens also & loves to quorter in the field many guys hava had to do a double take when they see the big old white bulldogge running the fields with a few setters & a small munsterlander lol its a site to see...


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