Duck hunting with a dog

Practiced mostly with the cops (Kurzhaar, drathaar), spaniels and huskies.

Because duck usually does not allow the dog to stand the dog on it is to put it on the wing.

The hunter moves slowly along the shore of muddy pond.

Dog scouring the reeds or the reeds on the adjacent shallow water.

After a successful shot she takes the bird to the owner.

Apportera a dog in this hunt are not interchangeable, because the weft is very strong to fight.

The number of wounded at this hunt may exceed the number of broken birds.

So with a good dog in places of intensive hunting you can get the duck without the shooting.

Hunting with a good dog that can last the whole day.

Practiced mainly with the hunters (kurtshaar, draathaar), spaniels and huskies. Since the duck, as a rule, does not allow the dog to stand, the dog’s work on it is to put it on the wing. The hunter slowly moves along the bank of the overgrown pond. The dog is combing the reeds or reeds over the shallow water surrounding it. After a successful shot, she gives the bird to the owner.

An apportioning dog on this hunt is not replaceable, because The duck is very strong at the battle. The number of horseshoes in this hunting can exceed the number of broken birds. Therefore, with a good dog in places of intense hunting you can get a duck without shooting. Hunting with a dog is also good because it can last the whole daylight hours.

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