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I know everyone is dying to know just who won week  #4  of my Gun Dog Chat Gun Dog book giveaway. Congratulations to Jason Elkins @jasonelkins on winning this copy of 'Building a Grouse Dog - From Puppy to Polished Performer' by Craig Doherty. I believe the copy that I'll be mailing is signed by the author, an added bonus. I really like the way this book is put together, although I haven't been able to read the whole thing yet.

In case you missed my previous post, I'm giving away a brand new Gun Dog related book each week until the end of the year. To be eligible to win one of these books, all you need to do is make a post on Gun Dog Chat. Each Sunday, from now until the new year, I'll randomly select a winner and a book from the post that were made during the week.

You might be wondering if I have any good books available, I don't, I have some great books! What books do I have? I have three Limited Edition hardback copies of Mouthful of Feathers (https://www.reidbryant.com) with an illustration by Frederick Stivers (https://frederickstivers.com). A signed copy of A Little Competition by Tom Word. I also have A Millionaire’s Dream by Bret Wonnacott, Building a Grouse Dog by Craig Doherty, Idaho Upland Days : Reflections on Bird Dogs, Banner Days and Other Roadside Revelations by Andrew M. Wayment and Wing and Shot : Gun Dog Training by Robert G. Wehle. I also have Bird Dogs and Field Trials by Jack Harper and Home of Champions by David Grubbs, these two books I'll be sending together, if you win one, you'll win the other.

None of these authors are affiliated with or endorse Gun Dog Chat. I personally purchased these books with the intent for this giveaway.

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John Lewis - @johnlewis

Congratulations Jason Elkins.

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Overcoming In-Season Obstacles with Your Duck Dog by the Eukanuba Pro Staff is this weeks featured article on Gundog Central. You can check out the article here : https://gundogcentral.com/articles/5296/overcoming-in-season-obstacles-with-your-duck-dog

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I ran across this shot from Montana sharptail opener this year. An awesome string of birddogs, one is not the same. ;-)

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Rimrock Pointers - @rimrockpointers

We had a blast with you♥️
And love the red dogs

Gun Dog Chat - @gundogchat

I'd love to make it up to Montana to hunt Shirttail, but haven't been able to fit it into my schedule yet.

Von Heidbrink Shorthairs

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W have puppies! Winston (dad) is bred for the field but has not been titled. Remi (mom) is a NGSPA Derby Champion.

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Von Heidbrink Shorthairs

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May I share GSP Ancestry on here? We are up to 104000+ GSPs now and growing almost daily. We verify all entries with AKC, FDSB, NAVHDA or other "real" pedigrees from registries. Check out the website... www.gspancestry.com

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Gun Dog Chat - @gundogchat

Of course. If you copy links from the address bar that have https in front of them… it should make a clickable link. https://www.gspancestry.com

John Lewis

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In September I took a trip back to my home state of NY, I grew up in the far north area of the state. The great pointer breeder had a home in Henderson NY on Lake Ontario, it is now a state park. I am a Vizsla guy but there is just something about those pointers. ;-) Here are a few pictures form our trip to the park. Let me add the Bob Wehle was also the sculptor of these bronze pointers.

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Gun Dog Chat - @gundogchat

What an awesome trip!!

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My stack of Gun Dog books 📚 is getting smaller!!! Only two more days for a chance to win book  #4  from my book collection. What do you have to do for a chance to win one of my books? Just make a post on Gun Dog Chat [https://gundogchat.com] before Sunday morning.

Books still available, three Limited Edition hardback copies of Mouthful of Feathers (https://www.reidbryant.com) with an illustration by Frederick Stivers (https://frederickstivers.com). A signed copy of A Little Competition by Tom Word. I also have A Millionaire’s Dream by Bret Wonnacott, Building a Grouse Dog by Craig Doherty and Bird Dogs and Field Trials by Jack Harper. I also have Idaho Upland Days : Reflections on Bird Dogs, Banner Days and Other Roadside Revelations by Andrew M. Wayment, Home of Champions by David Grubbs - Hardback and Wing and Shot : Gun Dog Training by Robert G. Wehle.

None of these authors are affiliated with or endorse Gun Dog Chat. I personally purchased these books with the intent for this giveaway.

I recently made some major updates to the site, fingers crossed 🤞

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Jason Elkins - @jasonelkins

Would love to win any of these fine books! Awesome giveaway!

Matt Williams

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Lots of years ago fresh out of college guiding on a cool day in South Texas.
"Bones" on point

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Gun Dog Chat - @gundogchat

2009, that’s was lots of years ago! Looks like a great time!

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Shooting clay targets with the wife and boys yesterday, when the Brodie decides to break out the AR-15. He asked for me to throw him a target … thinking this would be entertaining, I released one of the clay target. He shoots once at the target when it gets about 50 yards out and POOF, the target disintegrates in mid air. Not to be out done brother Aiden, decides it’s his turn. I throw him a target, one shot, target explodes in mid air. Sadly we didn’t catch either shot on video… but it was pretty amazing!!

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I am tired. Traveller and I have been chasing ducks and pheasants for the last couple weeks. With every trip there always comes some sort of challenges or difficulties, such as zero wind most days or the almost 80 degrees temps. But just as most things in life, you have to take it as it comes and adapt. Can’t change the weather anyways, so might as well make the most of it.

I decided to rest Traveller more this year than I have in past years. One reason is because I’ve definitely been guilty of over hunting him in prior trips due to my excitement; insert EGO here. What I found is that while I get immense amounts of joy watching him carry/drag a Canada goose in a sidestep way back to me, or flush a rooster out of cover that there’s no way in hell I’d step into, I also thoroughly enjoyed watching other dogs in the field. Even more so, I loved watching their handler’s enjoyment when their dogs had success.

I may only see the majority of my cohorts on the trip once, maybe twice a year, but we are able to make a lifetime’s amount of memories in a few days. As Traveller and I make the all day drive back home, I’m looking forward to a celebratory 🥃, a nap in the recliner, and looking forward to the rest of hunting season.

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Chris Midgette - @chrismidgette

@gundogchat just one today! 2 times the other day. Thank you!

Gun Dog Chat - @gundogchat

Awesome!! You got it working! How many tries did it take? These are some great photos, btw!!

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