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Subject: Re: Looking back

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Date Posted: 07:20:05 03/25/12 Sun
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In reply to: Allen Butrum 's message, "Looking back" on 10:03:46 01/20/12 Fri

The demise of quail seems to be wide spread. Have heard all kinds of stories as to why. The last one I heard was that fesque was the reason. The way i started with Irish Setters was to buy one for my wife who had had one years before we met. We lived in New York City and she did well in a small apartment. I would walk her and she would point every pigeon she saw. Had me thinking maybe we aught to breed her; which we did. By that time we were living in Connecticut and she loved it. Could roam around the counrtyside,etc. We kept one out the litter. Didn't know anything about field trialing until i went to an Irish Setter trial in New Jersey. I am not a hunter, never have been, so figured this field tria business was just what I wanted. No live guns, but had the dog doing what he was breed to do- hunt. Anyhow what I am getting at is perhaps you should concider taking up field trialing. The season is longer than most hunting seasons,it gets you outdoors,excersizes you and the dog, meet great people. It just has so much going for it. Try it, you will like it.

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