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Old 12-09-2017, 11:56 PM
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Default After a bit of advice regarding lamping

My 2017 fhh is currently flying well in the day and had her first two kills in day but since I've had her on lamp recall is spot on she will hit lure etc but when comes to rabbits she is chasing them then veering off at the end how can I get this to stop and get her going properly any advice appreciated I personally think it's a confidence issue with her
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Old 13-09-2017, 06:39 AM
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Default Re: After a bit of advice regarding lamping

If you fly solo and slip her straight down the beam she is probably casting a shadow over the Rabbit and losing sight of it at the last moment. As soon as you slip try moving sideways a few metres whilst she is initially in the Air this may give the beam a better angle. Also She could do with a fair few more kills during daylight as it may also be a confidence issue. Steve.
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Old 13-09-2017, 09:54 AM
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Default Re: After a bit of advice regarding lamping

Thanks for that bit of advice will give both a try I thought a few more kills in day tbh and as you say could be a confidence issue as she is killing in day @ 1.13.1/2 so tried at 1.14 on lamp n that's what was happening as regards to my previous post
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