2010 Season Videos

Flushing Dogs Part 2 (Part 2 of 2 Parts)

Professional trainer Jim Keller and staff continue from Part 1 with directional drills, retrieving and live bird hunting and shooting in woods and field. Another outstanding job by Jim and crew.

Flushing Dogs Part 1 (Part 1 of 2 Parts)

Professional trainer Jim Keller of Wildwind Kennels, and staff, demonstrate puppy retrieving, use of placeboards, teaching search pattern and executing a flushing drill. Jim and staff do an excellent job. Must see video for flushing dog enthusiasts.

Outstanding Cover Dog Work on Grouse & Woodcock:

Bird Dogs Afield visits Lloyd Murray, owner of Long Gone Kennels and Dave Hughes, professional trainer, as they hunt over excellent pointing dogs, including Long Gone Madison, considered by many to be amongst the top three or four grouse dogs in North America.

Grouse & Woodcock Hunting

The Bird Dogs Afield team travels to Bosebuck Mountain Camps in Northwestern Maine for grouse and woodcock. Birds are plentiful and dog work noteworthy. Enjoy.

Steady to Wing & Shot

Professional trainer Dave Trahan reinforces steady to wing & shot with a Griffon that is being trained for a NAVHDA test.

Pheasant Dinner

The Wild Cheff, Denny Corriveau, demonstrates how to prepare a delightful pheasant dinner. It's just in time for the season.

Montana Part 1 (1 of 2 parts)

The Bird Dogs Afield team travels west to Montana for sharptail grouse and Hungarian Partridge. Paul and the team meet Steve Ries of Native Dog Food for great dog work and good shooting.

Derby Age Dogs in Field

Host Paul Fuller visits the Northern NH Bird Dog Club for their annual April trial. This episode shows excellent dog work by derby age dogs.

Puppy Field Work

Host Paul Fuller visits the Northern NH Bird Dog Club for their annual April trial. This episode shows the puppy stakes and the amateur puppy stakes.

Making of a Champion

Professional trainer Dave Hughes and Lone Gone Kennel owner Lloyd Murray discuss the bright future of two-year old Long Gone Buckwheat. Buckwheat already has a Champion title.

Habitat Improvement

Professional biologists Julie Robinson, NH Fish & Game, and John Lanier, consultant, discuss the importance of cutting mature forests which allows for new growth and better wildlife habitat.

Gun Cleaning

Renaissance Firearms owner Ernie Shipman demonstrates how to properly clean an over/under shotgun.

Game Cooking

The Wild Cheff, Denny Corriveau, demonstrates and explains how to prepare a delicious quail salad.