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Big Al

A few days out. Mainly duck and some pheasant.

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That Loch Neagh looks a magical place to shoot. Always great to watch, especially the dogs on that long retrieve across the bay.

Excellent video once again.

Thanks for posting Big Al.

OB

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Watching your video was the perfect start to my day , what stand out is how happy your dogs are, you can clearly see they enjoy it as much , if not more than we do , many a time when I am cold and wet with an empty bag I give it a few more minutes to try and get something for the dog to retrieve rather than for my own satisfaction , Nice one Big Al and I hope your season both on game and fowl is a good one to look back on .

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1 hour ago, Old Boggy said:

That Loch Neagh looks a magical place to shoot. Always great to watch, especially the dogs on that long retrieve across the bay.

Excellent video once again.

Thanks for posting Big Al.

OB

Thanks- I'm very fortunate to live close to Lough Neagh. It rarely disappoints.

 

54 minutes ago, captainhastings said:

Very good and you can see the amount of lead you are giving which is help.
Very enjoyable 

Thanks- for part of this clip I was wearing the camera on top of a baseball cap I was forced to wear to keep the rain off my glasses. I think it changed the perspective a bit.

 

25 minutes ago, marsh man said:

Watching your video was the perfect start to my day , what stand out is how happy your dogs are, you can clearly see they enjoy it as much , if not more than we do , many a time when I am cold and wet with an empty bag I give it a few more minutes to try and get something for the dog to retrieve rather than for my own satisfaction , Nice one Big Al and I hope your season both on game and fowl is a good one to look back on .

Thanks Marsh man. I often find myself having conversations with the dogs. I wasn't even aware I did it until I strapped a camera to my head! It sounds like I'm talking to the camera, but I'm really talking to the Labradors.

I hope you're season is going well too.

ATB

Alan 

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All good as usual, thanks for posting.

I have to make sure my monitor screen is clean before I watch your wildfowling episodes, otherwise I am mistaking marks for incoming ducks.🙂

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1 hour ago, Cranfield said:

All good as usual, thanks for posting.

I have to make sure my monitor screen is clean before I watch your wildfowling episodes, otherwise I am mistaking marks for incoming ducks.🙂

Lol. Thanks Cranfield - the camera can give a false sense of distance,  but I was well pleased with the high gadwall. 

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44 minutes ago, greenshank1 said:

Beautiful Drake Gadwell , well Done and fantastic dog work sending them back across the bay . Both Ted and the youngster are a credit to you. 

Thanks greenshank. Appreciated as always.

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1 hour ago, powler said:

Great Video, really enjoyed watching.

Thanks

Mick

Thanks Mick - a day at the pheasants on our small syndicate on Saturday and now the leaves are off the trees, I might see if any pigeons are coming in to roost. 

Here's hoping!

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Another great piece.Great retrieve for the second Gadwall.Allways a pleasure watching you and the dogs adventures.Good to see a variety of duck in the bag.

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53 minutes ago, greylag said:

Another great piece.Great retrieve for the second Gadwall.Allways a pleasure watching you and the dogs adventures.Good to see a variety of duck in the bag.

Thanks greylag.  Pheasants are good fun, but wildfowling is my first love!

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Wildfowling every time,can't be beaten.Not for everyone but I have been doing it for years and love every minute of being on the marsh,even when you have nothing in the bag there is always something to see and watching night turning into day is very special.

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