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  • if a hunting dog is scent trailing a pheasant and the first pheasant meets up with a second pheasant and they travel together f

    if a hunting dog is scent trailing a pheasant and the first pheasant meets up with a second pheasant and they travel together for some time and distance and then go their separate ways. does the dog stay on the first birds track?

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    Probably just go after which ever is the closest.

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      CHARLIE is on the right track,I raised bird dogs 30 years, which ever bird;s scent is strongest due to wind condition,or if the bird is tight.FLUSHED BIRDS sit tight after landing offering little scent,I'D usually give them 15 20 minutes to relax and the dog had less trouble finding them .

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