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Author Topic: Thermal/Night Vision Impact  (Read 1086 times)
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« on: September 12, 2019, 08:48:26 pm »

Night vision hunters should not shoot anything but hogs and nothing more...

I have seen dead hogs in the open and in rice fields...over time I believe the hogs will learn to not flush with helicopters hovering overhead or when they hear the night vision hunters idling along the hogs will disappear...

On the other hand I like a few hogs in a large section of woods just to see the dogs find a hog and bay or catch a hog...when going behind someone else’s dogs and they say no hogs in the area and then we go behind those dogs and within 15 minutes we have one going...well that is exciting to me... I think we all strive to breed the type of dog that makes it look easy...

Training dogs is not about quantity, it's more about timing, the right situations, and proper guidance...After that it's up to the dog...
A hunting dog is born not made...
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