charlie elk wrote:man charlie you can blindfold me & or do what ever you want so i cant find my way back to your stomping grounds but i would love to maybe just share a hunt with you someday for quail or huns??? charlie im serious i would only need 1 OF EACH SPECIES TO BE HAPPY.
I do like your enthusiasm tj and I'll think about it. Vic does require more polish, yeah I know, I make him sound like super dog but what dog owner doesn't leave out some of parts?
I am going to keep specializing in turkey with him this year with a few of the other hunts to keep him diversified.
When time allows I'll search my pictures, there are thousands, to find some huns, actually there should be a couple of Vic with a brace of quail and huns. Stay tune.
Turkeydoghunter and talked a lot about turkey dogs he has some good ones for sure. I selected the Vizsla for its versatility and long legs to cover these big hills, up, down and sideways. Turkeys are fast. My fear with the smaller turkey dogs was they would not hold up on a long day's hunt in steep bluff country. (my backyard) Most turkey doggers seem to prefer the smaller breeds, so you should be in good shape with your Musterlander. Trust me, once you try turkey dogging you'll get seriously turkey hooked. Spring only hunters think they are addicts, however, you have not encountered a real turkey addict until meet a turkey dogger. Doggers hunt year round all over the country in a all seasons. Whereas, spring only hunters feel they have to rest up in order to make it in the next season. (that's turkey dogger humor there, it is)