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Absolutely Alabama: Master's National Hunt Test

Fred Hunter (L) and contestant Judy Teskey. Source: Mike Tucker Fred Hunter (L) and contestant Judy Teskey. Source: Mike Tucker
HALE COUNTY, AL (WBRC) -

This week we travel down to Hale County for field testing some of the most talented hunting dogs in the world. 

The event is held on the M. Barnett Lawley Field which is managed as a nature preserve and recreation area for the Forever Wild Program. The event is called the Master's National Hunt Test. Some folks travel a long way to get here while the locals are happy to see the event held here in Alabama.

Click here to see more pictures from the trials.

For more information on the upcoming field trials, visit the Black Warrior Retriever Club's website at www.blackwarriorretrieverclub.com.

For more information on other Forever Wild properties in Alabama and their usage, go to Alabama's Forever Wild Program website www.outdooralabama.com/public-lands/statelands/foreverwild.

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