Diagrams: Series 2

 

 

 

 

 

Flight A
Strader Land Water. This test is a Land Water Triple, single Blind with a Diversion Shot. Bird #1 is a dead duck thrown left to right directly in front of the dog and lands 43 yards away. Bird #2 is another dead duck that is thrown left to right across the pond and lands at 50 yards away. Bird #3 is a duck flyer to the handlers right and lands approximately 67 yards away in medium cover. The test concludes with a 98 yard blind retrieve across the pond.


Flight B
KB’s Water.
This test is a Water Triple, Single Blind. With Diversion Shot Bird #1 is a dead duck thrown left to right across the pond at 103 yards. Bird # 2 is thrown right to left from behind a large mound of dirt and lands at 58 yards. Bird #3 is thrown left to right from the same mound of dirt and lands 67 yards. A diversion shot is fired from station #1 on the retrieve of that bird. The test concludes with a 101 yard blind across the left side of the pond.

 

 

 

 

 

Flight C
Barnyard Land/Water. This test is a Land Water Triple, Walkup and Single Blind. Bird #1 is a dead duck thrown to the handlers right and lands 39 yards away. Bird #2 is a dead duck thrown right to left from the far side of the barnyard pond and lands 94 yards away. Bird #3 is a duck flyer from the handlers left side and lands about 75 yards away. The test concludes with a 110 yard water blind requiring multiple water entries.

Flight D
Lynch Land-Water. This test is a Walkup Land/Water Triple with a Flyer and a Single Blind. Bird #1 is a dead duck thrown right to Left from 41 yards away and lands 56 yards away. Bird #2 is a duck flyer to the left of the walkup bird and lands about 101 yards away. Bird #3 is a short splash bird thrown from the far left and lands about 40 yards from the line. The test concludes with a 119 yard land blind that angles across a drainage depression.

Flight E
TJ’s Land Water Test. This test is a Land/Water Triple, Walkup, and Single Blind. As you exit the last holding blind and walk towards the technical pond a dead duck is thrown from your left and lands in tall grass at 45 yards. Bird # 2 is a duck flyer from the far right and is angled back, right to left landing approximately 63 yards away. Bird #3 is a dead duck, thrown left to right and lands on a point of land 92 yards away. After retrieving the three marks the dog must pickup a blind 112 yards away. The line to the blind is under the arc of the walkup bird with the last 15 yards requiring a water entry to swim to the far bank.

 

 

 

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