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Well I mentioned in chat how i find discs in the snow here in Alaska.The first is simple, spotters and finding cut marks.i like to play golf with my dog stella and noticed that as we walked down the fairway she would walk by the discs buried in the snow ,some times right over the cut mark .I decided to use that great dog nose and the love of bacon to my benefit ,so now we carry a small baggy of bacon grease(solidified of course) and rub a small smear on the bottom center mold mark .then as you walk down the fairway and approach where your disc landed you just tell stella to find the bacon and she will 85% take you to your disc...try it ,it does work.

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Comment by Chris Goodrich on October 3, 2009 at 1:16am
Great idea. My labs can find just about anything (when they are paying attention) right now, but snow gives them a ton of trouble. I'll try this with some junk discs during the six months of darkness.
Comment by Duh on July 16, 2009 at 10:59am
LOL! That's awesome. We've had the debate around here about how to find discs in the snow. The best we could come up with is taping string or a flag to the disc. This is a way better idea. Not that my dog would do it; she's a little rat terrier and would probably frezze her little buns off if I took her out in the snow.

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