Over the past several decades, my setters have shown different hunting styles. Jenny, a sprinter, busted flocks best in small woodlots. Midge ran big and wide, nose to the ground, barking on the scatter. Radar, an upland stylist, would hang back on scented flocks until I verbally released him to find and flush them. My current dog, Luna, is more like Midge. She runs big, barks at scared singles, and eagerly slips into her camouflage bag so we can hopefully call a bird back in.