October 12, 2019 8:00 A.M., Brace Dog’s Name Breed Sex Owner\Handler 1 Ann Wirehair F Doug Cross 1 CoCo E.Pointer F James Parnell 2 Cief E. Setter M Rusean Hardman 2 Sturgill E. Pointer M Matt Allen 3 Mia GSP F Josh Gwartney 3 Bella W. H. Griffon F Bob Dorn 4 Dottie Brittany F Ben Faulkner 4 Ike Red Setter M Bob Williams 5 Livvi E. Setter F James Parnell 5 Sassy E. Setter F Rusean Hardman 6 Cali GSP F Doug Hardesty 6 Shelly Brittany F Ben Faulkner 7 Truper GSP M Tom Alexander 7 Ranger E. Pointer…Read More ›
This Saturday Oct. 5th we are prepping the trials grounds for our fall trials. Putting in boundery posts, blinds, mowing the parking lot, week eating around the club house, etc. Please join in, bring your dogs as it’s supposed to be cool, and lend a hand and check out how the grass has grown. Use the above map and be the first person to find the flag pole holes gets $5 off their entry fee.Read More ›
We are pleased to welcome Kristen Gillman, the Wildlife Lands and Minerals Coordinator for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife and Conservation, to our 9-24-19 meeting at Albert G’s at 7 pm. She is interested in hearing how they can make public hunting lands more user friendly and effective. We will also be holding a short symposium on hunting public lands with the topics including: What and how to use maps and publications. The types of dog boots needed and how to use. How and where to hunt in western Oklahoma. How and where to hunt locally and in Northeast Oklahoma.…Read More ›
Youth Outdoor Expo – Aug 10, 2019. 8 am – 2 pm. Free and open to the public.Read More ›
Our Sunday Shoots start this Sunday, 4-14, at the Tulsa Gun Club at 8 am. Bring your shotgun, 3 boxes of shells, and $10 and you are in the game. Believe me, not much experience is needed as long as you bring a good attitude.
So if you have missed a bird or two, make your dog proud and come on out and get better.Read More ›
Meetings, due to covid 19 restrictions, have been placed on hold. We are hoping 2021 will be a better year and will update as soon as possible.Read More ›
I think most of us woke up when the thunderstorm rolled through about 3 am. Oh oh we thought and the wife asked ‘are you going out in this?’ You replied, ‘honey it’s not baseball.’
By 7 am, rather amazingly, the rain stopped for the day but the creek on 4240 Rd was just getting started. Everybody made it with some creative detours and steady nerves and we got under way about 8 : 10am. Wind switched around from the north about 8:30 and it didn’t get above 40 degrees for the rest of the day. Dogs loved it, wet and cool.
Rusean Hardman and Sassy took 1st with a 187 score, then 2nd went to new member Roger Cable and Frauen who came in with a 172. James Parnell and Roxy took 3rd with a another 172, new member Blake Sclosser and his pointer Ranger took 4th with yet another 172, while Carl Downs and another Sassy came in 5th with a 167, and Ben Faulkner and Shoni took 6th with a 149. Difference between 1st and 2nd,3rd, and 4th, one back.
Earlier Ben and his ole girl Selly found 7 birds, dog has a nose. Now she can’t hear anything and due to cataracts can’t see much, and creeps like most old dogs, so they didn’t score on them all, but 7 birds, wow. I saw her when she came into the parking lot after and she accepted her praise with the panache of an aristocrat.
Randy was busy on the puppy field with Tom Alexander and Boomer taking their third 1st place of the spring. Rusean Hardman and CJ( which stands for Chief Junior), took second and Dillon Owens and Mia captured 3rd.
Now to all the volunteers who make it happen. Will Wright and Brandon Ward for bringing their Polaris Side by Sides, without them the fun hunts wouldn’t have happened. Randy Billington again doing Yeoman duty as judge on the puppy field for 13 puppy braces. Ellison Gilliland and Carl Brown for spending the entire day in the Gun Dog Field as our never questioned judges. Becky Wright for providing the fabulous Chicken and rice stew. Healthy and delicious, not words normally associated with our lunches, which really hit the spot on a cold day. Linda Dorn for the dinner rolls and cookies. Yea some tried to start with the cookies, the two Mick boys specifically, but the Mom’s in attendance kept order. And Purina for the great support with coupons which justified the entry fees when the winners got home.
So if you didn’t see it, check out Carl Browns facebook post of the end of the day and the spring season. Yea it was like that. See you all at the YOE and in the fall for sure.Read More ›