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“What makes me smile!”

Today‘s Featured Trip (Willow Creek Kennels): The weather planned for Saturday was 2-degrees above zero. It was cold — but soon, after huffing and puffing, my shotgun barrel was warm and the dogs went into action.

Little Falls, MN

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“2010 Minnesota Pheasant Hunting Over!”

A beautiful day and a great year spent hunting with friends.

FML Outdoors picture of the Day

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“Passionate about Hunting”

Chad and Jodi Hines of Willow Creek Kennels, located just outside
Little Falls, MN are doing things right!

These two lovebirds, grew up loving and training dogs! Now — husband and wife team, putting their passion to work, the two have created a one-of-a-kind gun dog training facility, as well as game hunting preserve!

Back in 2008, my German Wirehaired Pointer received her first gun training at Willow Creek Kennels. After 4 weeks, my dog came home knowing exactly what to do! She even hunts ducks! This is because Chad took the time to introduce Abby to waterfowl, as well as upland game.

Today, when my dog Abby is not in the field, she’s hiding stuff in the backyard and then pretending to find it! Perhaps this wasn’t part of her training…but after visiting with Willow Creek Kennel’s skillful trainers…You’ll soon understand how serious they are about your young pup and providing the right start!

You can learn more about Willow Creek Kennels by clicking here! Tell’em Fat Man’s Landing sent you!

Little Falls, MN

Abby is a German Wirehaired Pointer

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Willow Creek Pheasants

Willow Creek Pheasants

It was -10 degrees with white confetti falling all day

It was Sunday, December 7, 2008. Matt and I agreed to meet at Willow Creek Kennels in Little Falls, MN.

As planned, I prepared to leave early before the snow started. The radio that morning was playing for travelers like me — warning of the hazardous road conditions that lay ahead.

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I’d like to introduce my dog Abby. I will be mentioning her from time-to-time and thought maybe you should get to know her a little bit better.

She’s a German Wirehaired Pointer (GWP) but also called a Deutscher Drahthaariger, Vorstenhhund and Drahthaar. The breed was developed to suit the multiple terrain settings like mountains, forest and meadows. Its descent is from the Wirehaired Griffon, (has much longer hair) German Pointer, foxhound, and bloodhound.

Abby is an all purpose dog that is bred to point, track, hunt, kill and guard. GWP’s are not only great hunting dogs, but a wonderful addition to the family! Around the kids she is the most devoted dog I’ve every seen! When she’s not outside hunting, inside she entertains herself by hiding my daughters stuffed animals and then pretends to find them. She truly, loves to hunt!

GWP’s are very versatile dogs. She hunts upland and waterfowl and does a excellent job retrieving, both on land and in water. Much of it has come natural to her, but I did send her away for training at Willow Creek Kennels in Little Falls, Minnesota. She spent 4-weeks with her trainer and when it was all over, they shot and retrieved over 100 birds! With that being said — she knows exactly what to do!

Below are pictures of Abby in action!

Abby is a German Wirehaired Pointer

Abby is a German Wirehaired Pointer

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