Author Topic: disabled veteran looking for a place to try on the east side for birds or idaho  (Read 377 times)

Offline shorthair15

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Disabled vet can still walk ok I adopted a gsp a yr ago as my male is 13 now his hunting days are over he is retired. She is 4 yrs old owner said he sent her to a trainer and hunted waterfowl with her. If any one wants to meet up to do some bird hunting. Want to give her a shot to see what she can do I trained my other gsp and hunted with him so Iím familiar with the breed. I know Idaho may have better hunting but the east side is closer and not sure where to go in idaho. Thanks
« Last Edit: November 05, 2019, 01:09:27 PM by shorthair15 »
Member of the NRA,GOA and Washington For Wildlife. Disabled US NAVY Veteran 6/2/90 to 6/2/99 3 Good Conduct Medals, and 3 Honorable Discharges, 2 german shorthairs, tikka 6.5 creedmor,Remington 300 ULTRAMAG, GLOCK 22. Elk,Deer and upland birds and love Fishing

Offline CoryTDF

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Have you reached out to The Fallen Outdoors? They area  great organization that can link you up with other outdoors minded veterans from all across the country. You can find them on FB.

"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing"
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Offline pianoman9701

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I don't know the East side at all, so no help here. I did want to say that I appreciate your service and sacrifice for our great nation. Thank you very much.  :tup:

Do get in touch with The Fallen Outdoors. Great organization and they may be able to help you in your quest.
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