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When I saw his work, I was stunned at how a painting could put you smack-dab in a cut cornfield, CRP ground or the tangled briars of ruffed grouse country. I’d swear he mixed a little adrenaline into his paints!

Ross Young’s dog paintings are from “life,” he says, as opposed to from photographs like most. This living, breathing connection between beast and brush create an image that jumps off the page like the birds we pursue. You can count the ribs on Ross’ pointers, hear the tail swish, feel the wirehair’s hot breath.

Ross Young’s paintings will grace the closing credits segment of Wingshooting USA again starting this fall. Here’s a preview of a one of his newest works for the show:

"One on One" by Ross Young

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You are now officially a citizen. Wear blaze orange, proudly, fellow citizen. See you in the field.

Have you ever raised and trained a young dog? Then, run him with an experienced dog? Anything can happen, right? How would you handle it when a young dog’s training is trumped by instinct?

Duke arrived at Eagle Nest Lodge days earlier, had never hunted with anyone from the lodge. But his genetics were superb. Fortunately, Ty the Irish Red Setter had a full complement of tolerance genes. Watch what happens and maybe you’ll win a limited-edition Wingshooting USA long-sleeve tour t-shirt by answering the trivia question at the end of the video clip! [I’ll pick one winner from all correct answers.]

In your answer email, tell me what you would have done in the same situation … I can use all the help I can get with Manny! Thanks.

[Vote fast! This trivia quiz closes Dec. 24 at midnight.]

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