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Heads up! Here’s what’s happening on Wingshooting USA for the week of Jan. 4, 2010 …    

This is one of viewers’ favorite episodes, who loved the interaction and backstory of the dog team we worked with. Montana’s big sky country is the setting for big-running Pointers after Hungarian partridge on the prairies. I’m in awe of this mother-daughter dog team and their scaling of rocky ledges and sweeps through coulees to produce birds for me and my host John Shirley of Eagle Nest Lodge. Handler Jeremy DeVries gets a blue ribbon! The hunt comes full circle in a number of ways: acquaintances become friends by the end of the hunt, and mother dog shows daughter a thing or two about hunting! And remember, both dogs are working on behalf of a non-profit and your vote can win them $500, so go here to learn more (click on the “Hot Dog” button). If your name is picked, you’ll get $500 of Cabela’s gear.  

On our Breed Showcase, the little dog that started in England and ended up in France … and why. Vote here for your favorite breed and win its rescue group a ton of Native performance dog food.  

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Watch Wingshooting USA on In Country TV, Dish Network Channel 230, Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. (East), Thursdays 9:30 p.m. (East) and Saturdays 11:00 a.m. (East), and now on DirecTV channel 344 Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. and Thursdays 9:30 p.m. Eastern. On the Sportsman Channel (DirecTV Channel 605 and many cable systems), Tuesdays 7:30 p.m. and Saturdays 7 a.m.), and now on the over-the-air digital feed from your local TV station via Untamed Sports Tuesdays 6:30 p.m. and Fridays 9:30 p.m. Eastern.    

Watch to win: an appearance on the show for you and your kid, or $500 in preserve/lodge hunting, or a pair of ESP electronic hearing protectors. Enter here (click on the “Win a Shot on the Show” button).  

PS: Wingshooting USA is now on Facebook. Search for us and let’s be friends!

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As the song goes, what a long (but not strange) trip it’s been. Your suggestions, “wish lists,” ideas and comments have helped make this TV series educational, motivational, and (I hope) entertaining. Editor/director Tad Newberry deserves much of the credit for polishing the raw material and making it “sing.” I hope you agree in each episode, he’s taken a day’s hunt and accurately condensed it to a few minutes … no easy task. He has really distilled a day in the field down to its essence.

See for yourself:

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