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Articles by Scott Linden

Find Your Way Back After Bird Hunting

Scott Linden
While a GPS can be a lifesaver, map and compass skills will bail you out when batteries, weather, memory and wits fail.
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Why Do We Hunt Birds And Play With Dogs?

Scott Linden
Hunter and dog are a team linked by DNA, a modern version of a prehistoric wolf pack coursing the uplands for sustenance – literal and emotional.
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VIDEO: How To Use Food To Train Your Hunting Dog

Scott Linden
Scott Linden explains why and how he uses food to train his hunting dogs.
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Keep Your Pointing Dog Steady

Scott Linden
Obscuring your dog’s view of the action might encourage him to move so he can watch the proceedings when you want him to stand still.
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Honorable Bird Hunters Dispatch With Grace

Scott Linden
It is kind and humane to dispatch your quarry as quickly as possible. Honor your birds and our sport with a little attention to this important detail.
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Hunting Dog Questions And Answers

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Is it easier for a dog to understand two commands "sit" and "stay" or is it easier to teach a single command for sit and stay? Scott Linden has the answer.
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Essential Gear For Every Bird Hunter

Scott Linden
Don't start a hunt without the confidence that comes from knowing you have all the necessary gear.
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A Good Hunting Spot Offers More Than Shot Opportunities

Scott Linden
Headed out on a bird hunt? Consider the whole experience next time you’re loading dogs and guns into the truck.
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Tips for keeping your legs healthy during long bird hunts

Scott Linden
It starts with minimizing the strain on thigh and calf muscles by stepping over, not on top of, logs and rocks.
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All bird retrieves are "blind"

Scott Linden
Waterfowl guys have a term called "blind retrieve," where the dog doesn’t actually see the bird drop yet is required to streak right to the duck and bring it back.
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