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Mark Fulmer of Sarahsetter Kennels joins me to talk about his decades long experience training dogs with the help of Quail Johnny Houses! Bullets: Why Johnny Houses? Do Johnny Houses work better for Quail or Chukar? Johnny House design and functionality tips Regular maintenance and replenishment Quail recovery rates and impacts (CATS!) The benefits…
 
We close out the conversation on pigeons with Anthony Williams this week but we cover a lot of ground before doing so! Part 2 Bullets: How long before getting birds and flying birds? Starting with Squeakers or Breeders Different breeds Medicines and supplements Using pigeons in water?? Daily time commitments Avian Influenza and the cost of other bi…
 
Name: Ryan Thompson Breed: Wirehaird Pointing Griffon and a Brittany Location: Nova Scotia Targets: Pheasant, Waterfowl Orgs: NAVHDA and CKC Favorite Episodes: Ep. 132 Handling 101 with Bob Owens//GDIY PROFILE: Donald Tyndall _____ GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of …
 
Anthony Williams joins us to educate us on everything pigeons! This 2 part episode will touch on absolutely everything you need to know when considering whether or not raising pigeons is worth it to you or not. Part 1 Bullets: From flying rooftop pigeons in Queens with Mike Tyson to racing pigeons at a high level Why raise pigeons? What makes them …
 
Lifelong coon hunter, Adam French, invited us up to take part in a PKC nite hunt in IL. I never miss an opportunity to go hear some hounds out in the woods so I accepted and it didn't disappoint! Money Hunts. The houndsman lifestyle and dedication Trial rules and setup KNOWING your dog Breeds and traigs of a good coonhound "Testing" vs "hunting" do…
 
Nick Biemiller is back in the 2nd episode of this series to break down as many of the terms and players involved in the RGS process. No matter who you are, its a bit much when trying to get involved and figure out how everything is supposed to work. Between all of the people, NGOs (non governmental organizations), government agencies, and all of th…
 
Our buddy Scott Caldwell of Rusty Guns Kennels joins us to close out the Force Fetch series and discuss everything about the finish/handoff. We also have some series Q & A at the end. FF Series recap/summary Types of handoffs When does training start? The commands Training the handoff Common hurdles Some Q & A ----- GDIY LINKS ----- Learn more abou…
 
How do I know if I'm training too fast? How do I know if I'm training too slow? Cameron Green of the American Pointing Lab Association joins us to discuss this topic from a different perspective. Retrievers vs Versatiles Training the dog in front of you Which is more important? When to start or when to finish? Does the dog or the trainer set the pa…
 
Name: Ryan Lynton Breed: Brittany Location: Southern Indiana Targets: Pheasant, Woodcock, Quail, Ruffed Grouse Orgs: n/a _____ GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories alon…
 
Everyone can appreciate a dog with a good handle. How do you get there though? Is every handler or dog capable of this? Bob Owens of Lone Duck shares his time with us to come on and break everything down for us: Taking Force Fetch into handling Retrieving breeds vs versatile breeds on handling Handling Drills-- mini T, big mini T, line paths, patte…
 
This is the first episode of a new mini bonus series featuring the Ruffed Grouse Society. Ill be joined by Nick Biemiller once a month to try and breakdown all elements of the process or model that RGS follows in their effort to create more habitat for the birds that we love to chase. In this first episode we introduce Nick and let you all know wha…
 
Mark and Martha of Webfoot Outdoors joins us this week to discuss their process and methods getting through their Force Fetch Program! Preparing the dog before starting Is there any difference between training a pointer or a flusher? The Toe Hitch explained Using a "Hold" command vs not using one The FF program steps E-collar overlay _____ LINKTREE…
 
Kyle Hough of Schwarzwald Kennels joins us to discuss everything pressure related when it comes to Force Fetch. Pros and cons of each type of pressure: Ear Pinch, Toe Hitch, E-collar, and even "no pressure" Which method does Kyle recommend and which method does he not? What's the right amount of pressure? How do you read your dog in determining if …
 
Name: Don Tyndall Breed: Brittany Location: North Carolina Targets: Woodcock, Snipe Orgs: NAVHDA _____ GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories along with their mistakes, h…
 
Mark Whalen makes his return this week to breakdown everything "Hold" related! In this episode youll not only hear what "Hold" is and why its so important but youll also hear plenty of advice and tips on how to make your Force Fetch program as successful and efficient as possible! Mark is a huge advocate for the important of "Hold" and how doing it…
 
In part 1 of our Force Fetch series we have Josh Flowers join us to discuss what exactly Force Fetch is and why should we even consider going through such a retrieving program. We also discuss the important factors for someone brand new considering starting such as common questions or errors, timing, place, and equipment. This is just the first par…
 
GDIYves is a monthly bonus episode hosted by Kyley Caldwell that brings relatable stories from the women that train and hunt dogs themselves. These aren't women that just do it because their boyfriends or husbands do it. They do it because they love it and are married to the lifestyle and their dogs. In these episodes you'll hear what got them into…
 
Its that time of year again where we are no longer chasing birds but its still a little too early to go target Turkey. So what are we supposed to do to help pass the time with our dogs? Give shed hunting a try! Jeremy Moore of Dogbone joins us to discuss everything shed dogs. We break down some different drills and tips to help train your dog to no…
 
GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories along with their mistakes, helps promote the idea that WE ALL STARTED AT THE SAME PLACE! Our partner's links can be found at www.gu…
 
Jean Webb has been breeding Gordon Setters for decades and Maggie Snyder is just getting started! Between the both of them we come at this topic from a few different angles. You'll hear a ton of common mistakes/errors, good tips or advise, and plenty of opinions when it comes to deciding to breed or not. Maggie also talks with us about what its lik…
 
Can you imagine hunting Prairie Chickens in Tennessee? A long time ago you wouldn't have had to imagine as they used to be plentiful on the landscape. Throughout generations, the mismanagement of our lands and habitat have resulted in different regions becoming unrecognizable to what they once were. The Southeastern Grasslands is just one example o…
 
GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories along with their mistakes, helps promote the idea that WE ALL STARTED AT THE SAME PLACE! Our partner's links can be found at www.gu…
 
Sometimes when you don't have the right equipment or not happy with the options to buy then you just have to get creative and make your own. Joe Finney of River Roan Kennels decided to take pointer backing dummies to the next level. Joe was fedup with typical backing dummies and plywood cutouts so he developed the most realistic looking backing dum…
 
I linked up with my buddies Jacob and Andrew of the Southern Outdoorsmen this past weekend to try and get first Woodcock contacts for them and their pups They discuss some of the hurdles and learning curves theyve had with their pups thusfar and how its been difficult to just get started finding wild birds for their dogs. It was some fun hunting an…
 
GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories along with their mistakes, helps promote the idea that WE ALL STARTED AT THE SAME PLACE! Our partner's links can be found at www.gu…
 
This week we cover all of the different species of western Quail! Dominic Bachman of Bachman Bay Kennels takes the time to really educate us on each individual species: California, Mountain, Gambels, Mearns, and Scale. Where their located, the cover they prefer, how to hunt them, and even how they behave for your dog! This is a one stop shop for an…
 
Mel Leuck joins us to talk all about Chukar hunting with her Pointers. She really breaks down all the details anyone might be curious about when first starting to chase Chukar. A lot of ground covered in this one from getting you and your dogs ready for the hunt, some tactics on how to hunt, as well as her preferred gear. www.gundogityourself.com w…
 
GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories along with their mistakes, helps promote the idea that WE ALL STARTED AT THE SAME PLACE! Our partner's links can be found at www.gu…
 
Jim Burris joins us this week to discuss probably the most under appreciated upland species to hunt. What exactly are Snipe and Rail? Where can they be found? Are they enjoyable to hunt and work with your dog? How do they taste? I try to milk Jim for as much information as I can considering you dont hear much about it. Let us know if youll be chasi…
 
An old friend (in more ways than one) joins Harold and I to discuss a bunch of different topics at the tailgate after an enjoyable TN Grouse hunt. We discuss the everchanging landscape in terms of habitat and grouse/quail numbers throughout his MANY years chasing these birds with his Setters. We also cover some tailgate biology, hunt stories, and a…
 
Hunter Kamm decided this year he wanted to shoot for the Minnesota Grouse Slam in one season with his Small Munsterlander. You can find 4 different species of Grouse in MN: Ruffed, Prairie Chicken, Sharptail, and Spruce. Hunter shares his story as to why he even wanted to take on this challenge as well as discusses his process including some hurdle…
 
GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories along with their mistakes, helps promote the idea that WE ALL STARTED AT THE SAME PLACE! Our partner's links can be found at www.gu…
 
Kirk Price of the Untamed joins us to discuss everything bear dogs! What its like first starting out, what kind of dogs and how many, the process from start to finish on a hunt, and everything in between. One thing is for sure, you will be hard pressed to find any dog owners more dedicated to their hunt more than houndsmen. It truly is a lifestyle …
 
What is the difference between a "true" or "first scent" style dog as opposed to a "tracking" style dog? How does this detail impact not only how you hunt your dog but even how you train or test your dog? Kyle Warren of Paint River Llewellin has been training, hunting, and breeding both styles in his Llewellin Setters for years and joins us to go i…
 
GDIYves is a monthly bonus episode hosted by Kyley Caldwell that brings relatable stories from the women that train and hunt dogs themselves. These aren't women that just do it because their boyfriends or husbands do it. They do it because they love it and are married to the lifestyle and their dogs. In these episodes you'll hear what got them into…
 
What is the difference between a "true" or "first scent" style dog as opposed to a "tracking" style dog? How does this detail impact not only how you hunt your dog but even how you train or test your dog? Kyle Warren of Paint River Llewellins has been training, hunting, and breeding both styles in his Llewellin Setters for years and joins us to go …
 
Nick Martin had a dream. That dream was to shoot a pheasant in every county of his home state Iowa with his Griff. Nick is out trying to make that dream come true! Listen to hear what started this idea and how its coming along. Its really interesting to hear the different reasons and objectives that drives and challenges people in the bird hunting …
 
Can you remember what it was like when you got home with your first dog? Perhaps you havent even gotten to that stage yet. Either way, we all were in similar territory. The reasons why we got the dog are all different but the intimidating learning curve is just as steep for everyone starting out. My buddy Jacob Myers of the Southern Outdoorsmen Pod…
 
Scott and Harold join me to discuss our resent trip to Maine. We cover what each of our goals were for the trip, if we achieved the goals or not, but also what did we learn that can help us on future trips. We also talk about specific changes in our training programs next year to try and better setup our dogs on wild birds next season. www.gundogit…
 
We had the privilege of getting to meet and hunt with Tim Perkins of Perkins Taxidermy a few weeks ago in Wisconsin. Tim has decades of experience in hunting Ruffed Grouse behind dogs as well as taxidermy. He breaks down some of the basics of building a dependable grouse dog as well as some knowledge and tips for those interested in getting a great…
 
After a week long trip of hunting Prairie Grouse with my buddy Jacob Little, we sit down and discuss the entire experience. This trip included everything to be expected in a good hunting trip: struggles, successes, new people, unforgettable memories, and of course lessons learned to apply to the next one. Give it a listen and be sure to let us know…
 
Ann joins us to break down everything Ruffed Grouse! Where to hunt them along with when to hunt them and how to hunt them. She always goes over all of the benefits that you will find with her Scout N Hunt mapping system! Be sure to check them out and use GDIY10 for 10% off. www.patreon.com/gundogityourself for a bigger discount! www.gundogityoursel…
 
GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories along with their mistakes, helps promote the idea that WE ALL STARTED AT THE SAME PLACE! Our partner's links can be found at www.gu…
 
Josh Flowers joins us to talk through some of the basics when it comes to trying to plan a hunting trip. How do you decide on what to chase? Where is the best fit and when during the season should you go? Are you riding solo or going with a group and where are you staying? Should you camp? Getting sick of the questions yet? Listen to Josh and get a…
 
Charles Coulter of Honor Point Kennels joins us to talk relatable gear. This isnt your typical "buy this brand of XX" episode. We discuss practical gear and what you actually need as well as want to go hunting this season. Lets face it, there's an endless amount of stuff on the market you can go buy but, at the end of the day, do you really NEED an…
 
GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories along with their mistakes, helps promote the idea that WE ALL STARTED AT THE SAME PLACE! Our partner's links can be found at www.gu…
 
What is a "finished" dog? Is it achievable? What does it mean in terms of hunting and is it different than a dog that primarily tests? Is one necessarily better than the other? Scott Caldwell joins us again to discuss this fun topic. Anyone who's ever raised or trained dogs has had this discussion at least once with their buddies! www.gundogityours…
 
Why is timing so important when it comes to dog training? When the importance of timing is brought up in what way is it talked about? Is it in terms of response time, duration, or even the timing in the dog's mental or physical development? Angie Barron of www.elitesportdogs.com joins us once again to discuss! www.gundogityourself and www.patreon.c…
 
Faansie Basson joins us to discuss dog training as it relates to herding dogs which need to respond immediately from upwards of a thousand yards out. It requires extreme levels of drive, cooperation, and endurance to be successful. Give it a listen to hear some of the common overlap between gun dogs and sheep dogs. www.gundogityourself.com and www.…
 
Bruce Swanson joins us this week to discuss his Three Pillars of Dog Training: Timing, Distance, and Distraction. How does each one factor into all types of dog training and how much weight should you put into each one? If you havent completed the survey yet please use: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7YQSD6C Check out www.gundogityourself.com and w…
 
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