Monthly Archives: October 2016

Doc and Mia brace on Pheasants

I braced Doc and Mia for the first time this year. I waited until after lunch to go hunting, after the morning rush of hunters had left and before the late afternoon crowd arrived. We came onto a rooster just … Continue reading

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Doc’s double

Doc ended Saturday’s bird hunt with a double retrieve and seemed to find the swim refreshing and invigorating. It’s a popular hunting area so I was surprised that for a Saturday morning, there were only two other hunters. I was also … Continue reading

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Mia gets the blues

Mia had the blues last Friday – well, one anyway, a Blue grouse (officially Dusky Grouse). Wade, a friend of mine, and I went grouse hunting in Wolverine Canyon but being deer season, most of the locations were already claimed … Continue reading

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Elvis hunts Mink Creek

I took Elvis with me to check out some new hunting areas along Mink Creek, just outside of Pocatello. I’ve never hunted it the area but seeing that the Department of Fish and Game placed a bird wing barrel next … Continue reading

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Labradoodles and noodles

The Idaho State Veteran’s Home will be getting a live-in PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) dog sometime in October or November, which will be an incredible benefit for our veterans. She’s a Labradoodle pup who will have undergone about four months … Continue reading

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