This tip is for everyone, young and old—but especially for the old guys, like me, who don’t want coaches or lessons (and probably should have both). It is, in general, one of the best lessons I learned about shooting early on, and it is still timely and practical today.
Marking (watching the direction and distance of falling game, then following that line to retrieve the game) is one of the most important skills a gun dog learns. While it sounds complicated, it’s usually an easy skill to learn—as long as the dog has a good view of the hunting area. But what happens when the view isn’t so good?
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