A must-have for training bird dogs with live birds, the LCS Game Bird Bag is the largest on the market at the lowest price! Great for game stewards on hunting preserves, dog trainers, and dog clubs planting birds for hunt tests and field trials. It also makes a great bumper bag for retriever training.
The spring-loaded steel top allows you to slip your hand in and out of the bag without birds escaping and keeps the birds secure when concealing the bag. The adjustable strap can either fit around your waist or over your shoulder. Brass nameplate additional on request. The Game Bird bag is constructed with very durable nylon with black mesh side panels for ventilation. The Better Game Bird Bag also has a roomy side pocket perfect for gloves, hobbles, or tethering. This bag has enough capacity for 14 quail, eight pigeons, four chukars, two pheasants, and two ducks. It is simple to clean by simply removing any leftover feathers, spraying down with the hose, and hanging to dry in the sun.
Overall dimensions: 12” tall x 16” long x 6” wide
How many birds will it hold?
This bag has enough capacity for either fourteen quail, eight pigeons, four chukar, or two pheasants and ducks.
Can I carry bumpers in the game bird bag?
Yes, this bag is also excellent for carrying bumpers for retriever training.
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