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Best Birdhunting podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Birdhunting podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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We discuss the challenges of facing TOO MUCH information when it comes to figuring out how to train your dog. Its a testament to the the dog training community that so many are willing to help others but it can be a challenge, especially for a first time handler, to manage the information and find the right methods for you and your dog. Being able …
 
Scott Caldwell of Rusty Gun Kennels joins us for a wide ranging conversation. Long term goals for your pup. Why test? Can't train dogs with emotion. Pups can do no wrong. Force Fetch leads into Duck Search. Force Fetch with the toe hitch. Humility with training. Making it count with the E-collar. GDIY Spring Training. L.A.A.- Did Elmer Fudd have a …
 
Emily Shirey of Shorthairs & Shotguns is no stranger to being a "beginner." This conversation spans her journey from working with horses, to branching off into training obedience, to now training bird dogs. Emily gives a unique perspective of what its like to enter into the hunting dog world as a brand new hunter and trainer. Give it a listen and r…
 
We are joined this week by Ann Janernoa where we have a wide ranging discussion on dogs. We cover how she got into the dog world, how she got into breeding and her viewpoints on pairing the right dogs, the dogs she prefers and needs for guiding Grouse hunts up North every year. This is a fun conversation so be sure to give it a listen and remember …
 
Angie Barron of Elite Sport Dogs joins us to break down Behavior Theory. This episode goes deep into understanding the WHY instead of the HOW to train each individual dog. Behavior Theory concentrates on how to communicate to your dog effectively as it pertains to association, reinforcement, and punishment. Give it a listen and please remember to S…
 
David Kurlander, host of The Pack Animal Podcast, joins us to discuss typical dog behavior and how it relates to the pack mentality. David is an animal behavior specialist who has years of experience working with wolves, coyotes, and fox. He is now focused entirely on training and hunting with dogs. You can find more from David at https://www.thepa…
 
We are joined by the President & CEO of Ruffed Grouse Society, Ben Jones. We discuss the recent changes within RGS and how they will impact the mission moving forward. Proper forest and habitat management is more important than ever so be sure to listen and share! More information can be found at www.ruffedgrousesociety.org. At the end of May, we w…
 
Scott Caldwell of Rusty Guns Kennel joins us to discuss the Deutsch Kurzhaars and a general overview of the German testing system. How do DKs differ from GSPs? How is the NAVHDA testing system and German Testing System similar? How are they different? Listen and find out! Please remember to SUBSCRIBE, RATE, REVIEW, & SHARE! Our partner's links can …
 
We are joined this week by Ian Kelley to discuss labs and some of the basic breakdown of retriever trials. We also talk about his experience working with labs as well as his recent journey dealing with his lab Cane fighting cancer. Give it a listen and please remember to SUBSCRIBE, RATE, REVIEW, & SHARE. Our partner's links can be found at www.gund…
 
This week we are joined by Grayson Guyer of Lost Highway Kennels to discuss a wide array of topics. We cover his entry into bird dogs, French Brittanys, and the disconnect/barrier of how we define things as it pertains to training dogs. This was a really informative episode so be sure to let us know what you think of it. Also, remember to SUBSCRIBE…
 
Even among training partners Force Fetch can look differently as far as the steps to follow. We discuss our individual steps and what each one entailed for us. While a few of the individual steps are slightly different, the overall purpose of the steps are the same. Keep the steps short, simple, consistent, and purposeful! Our partner's links can b…
 
There are a million opinions on how to train dogs and it seems like there are even more opinions when it comes to Force Fetch. Even down to the name "Force Fetch." This episode we discuss the program and try to provide a lot of general information to consider and know what you are getting into if you decide to try and knock this training out yourse…
 
It's truly amazing what dogs can accomplish given the right job. Working Dogs for Conservation takes rescue dogs and trains them to help with a number of amazing tasks such as stopping wildlife crime, ecological monitoring, and biosecurity of invasive species. This Spotlight was a lot of fun to record and is really impressive with what the organiza…
 
This week we are joined by Ken McAdow and we have a wide ranging conversation talking about NAVHDA, training scenarios, a little bit of Force Fetch, and his new "protege." This was a fun conversation that we hope you enjoy. Please remember to SUBSCRIBE, RATE, REVIEW, & SHARE. Our partner's links can be found at www.gundogityourself.com and our Patr…
 
There are a bunch of training besides basic obedience that can get done on a daily basis in your backyard. Even though you may not have access to a bunch of land and/or birds, there are some exercises you can perform that will directly correlate to when you can get in the field. You're really only limited by your imagination. Please remember to RAT…
 
Spring time means turkey season! While we know there's not a turkey spring season that allows dogs, we thought it would be a good time to branch out and learn about this unique type of hunting that you don't hear much about. Steven Kinder breaks down his experience so far entering the world of turkey dogs and how hes gone about training his first t…
 
The president of the NAVHDA Minnesota Chapter, Pete Aplikowski, joins us to talk about a wide range of topics. We talk about the overall benefits of a NAVHDA chapter, how it's important for chapters to continue to evolved their training programs, and a number of individual training subjects. Very interesting conversation so give it a shot and pleas…
 
No other group is targeted by anti-hunting or animal rights advocates as much as houndsmen are. They are usually the first to be challenged by proposed legislation & regulations. American Houndsmen Federation was formed to provide a unifying voice for all houndsmen to promote and protect their passion. It may just be the houndsmen today facing the …
 
This week we discuss different aspects of a training day and what everyone should consider to help ensure that everyone gets the most out of an outing. We cover some general training advice that everyone should consider as well as more specific examples of what you should try and avoid so as to not take away from your training partner/chapter's ove…
 
We discuss some of the most common "violations" of hunting etiquette. Whether you're an experienced hunter or brand new to it, there are certain things you need to be aware of when going out for the first time with a new hunting partner and their dogs. Some are serious while others can be chalked up to just personal preference. Give it a listen and…
 
We met up with the Bluegrass Uplanders for a quail hunt in KY and after the hunt we set down with the entire crew to discuss a wide variety of topics including the benefits of going to a Pro Trainer vs. DIY training as well as UFTA trialing. Very interesting conversation with a lot of different perspectives. Give it a listen and remember to RATE, R…
 
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