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DuckDog

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But does very well at looking over the bobber

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Great Shot!! Reminds me of my old fishing buddy Rusty who was a Golden Lab. He's up in the great hunting ground flushing pheasants smile

Thanks for sharing smile

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Love it!!! That is a really cute picture, especially with your description.

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Great Picture grin It brings back memories of our old Britney Joker--- Very appropriatly named.. He would sit on the edge of the dock for hours on end and he would shake when you picked up the rod ready to reel in a nice walleye crazy

Joker was a fantastic family dog for 8 months of the year and the other 3 to 4 he spent working on his field trial skills--- He had a few- 1986 Central Futurity winner and the following spring the National futurity winner-- He was Joker to the family but Timbers Goldtone Joker for the field trial community.. Sadley he passed on at the age of 4 before he could get his field champion title and give the big dogs a run the National Championship... He had the potential...

Sorry for getting sidetracked- It brought back great memories

Steve

That picture of Joker sitting on the edge of the dock is etched in my head-- Thank You for bringing it back.. cry

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That is a great picture. You know... labs were fishing dogs way back.

We had a lab that would watch the bobber too.

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My lab watches the bobber off the dock as well. Of course I think he thinks its a ball. As long as it remotely resembles one, he is interested in it!!!!

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