Lynch Land Triple
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.
TJ’s Land Test. This test is a Land Triple, Double Blind, and Honor. Bird #1 is a dead pheasant thrown from the far left side and lands 77 yards away. Bird #2 is also a dead pheasant from the handler’s left side, thrown left to right and lands in a drainage depression at 52 yards. Bird #3 is rooster pheasant flyer from the handlers right side, thrown left to right and lands approximately 105 yards from the line. After picking up the marks the handler runs the left blind first. This blind is 63 yards away and the line passes behind gun station #2. The right hand blind is next and is 120 yards form the line. The handler receives the last blind from inside the honor box and completes the test by honoring the next working dog.
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.
KB’s Land: This test is a Land Triple with a Flyer, Double Blind, Honor. Bird #1 is a dead pheasant thrown left to right and lands beside a round hay bale at 53 yards. Bird 32 is a pheasant flyer and lands up the hillside at 147 yards. Bird #3 is a dead pheasant that is thrown right to left and lands 52 yards away. After picking up the marks the handler is asked to retrieve the left hand blind 132 yards away and then the right hand blind at 94 yards. The line to right hand blind splits two hay bales giving plenty of opportunity to lose sight of the dog. After picking up both blinds the test concludes with an honor of the next working dog.