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      05-26-17 Yellow Dog Updates
      It has been a while since I posted anything about the yellow dogs. Probably because hunting season is over, turkeys are now nesting, woodcock have hatched and grouse chicks will be here soon.

      Ticks haven't been that bad. have only been bit three times this spring. Nothing on the dogs. We use the Seresto Collar. No more greasy month topical applications. This is our second season using Seresto and we are sold.

      Bay is steadily losing weight. From a high of ninety she now hovers in the mid seventies.

      Belle is her usual love bug self. Might have something to do with being in heat. She was not impressed when I broke out the turkey hunting clothes earlier this month. Especially when I walked out the door gun in hand.

      Our woodcock walk went very well. After an hour classroom time we went into the field and Mr. Timberdoodle didn't let us down. He danced and danced right into darkness.

      IrishWhistler is coming up Saturday. Trad bred with Maggie from Lee, NH this winter and the pups are now five weeks old. A yellow female is about to become one lucky girl. Mike's friend Bill has his sites on one and hopefully chooses 'wisely'. My wife and I are meeting them at the breeders then it is out to dinner to swap tales (tails) and lies.

      That is all for now from the NH Yellow Dogs.

      Is it hunting season yet?

      Coalman!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Coalman View Post
      05-26-17 Yellow Dog Updates
      It has been a while since I posted anything about the yellow dogs. Probably because hunting season is over, turkeys are now nesting, woodcock have hatched and grouse chicks will be here soon.

      Ticks haven't been that bad. have only been bit three times this spring. Nothing on the dogs. We use the Seresto Collar. No more greasy month topical applications. This is our second season using Seresto and we are sold.

      Bay is steadily losing weight. From a high of ninety she now hovers in the mid seventies.

      Belle is her usual love bug self. Might have something to do with being in heat. She was not impressed when I broke out the turkey hunting clothes earlier this month. Especially when I walked out the door gun in hand.

      Our woodcock walk went very well. After an hour classroom time we went into the field and Mr. Timberdoodle didn't let us down. He danced and danced right into darkness.

      IrishWhistler is coming up Saturday. Trad bred with Maggie from Lee, NH this winter and the pups are now five weeks old. A yellow female is about to become one lucky girl. Mike's friend Bill has his sites on one and hopefully chooses 'wisely'. My wife and I are meeting them at the breeders then it is out to dinner to swap tales (tails) and lies.

      That is all for now from the NH Yellow Dogs.

      Is it hunting season yet?

      Coalman!
      Looking forward to it Dave. Always grand not see yeself and Miss K.

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      07-04-17 Turf and Surf
      Parked the Ford at the trailhead at 0645. Belle and I took the new trail just built last fall. By 0830 we were on the ledge overlooking Billy Goat Pond. Lots of water. Beaver's must be active. Looking forward to a late October / early December grouse hunt here.

      Low tide at 1730. OTW at 1700.
      Bugs are starting to crawl. Way over a pound per trap.
      Boil at Coalman's house tomorrow. Be there.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Coalman View Post
      07-04-17 Turf and Surf
      Parked the Ford at the trailhead at 0645. Belle and I took the new trail just built last fall. By 0830 we were on the ledge overlooking Billy Goat Pond. Lots of water. Beaver's must be active. Looking forward to a late October / early December grouse hunt here.

      Low tide at 1730. OTW at 1700.
      Bugs are starting to crawl. Way over a pound per trap.
      Boil at Coalman's house tomorrow. Be there.
      Not sure why, but I'm feeling very hungry at the moment!

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