Introducing the 2016 SportDOG Brand WetlandHunter 1825

Introducing the 2016 SportDOG Brand WetlandHunter 1825

It's no secret your retriever is a big asset when it comes to duck hunting. Hunting waterfowl puts us in some of the most unique places on earth, and SportDOG Brand's WetlandHunter 1825 is up to the task in the marsh or field.

Designed by pros like Charlie Jurney, Chris Akin, and Tom Dokken, the SportDOG Brand WetlandHunter 1825 is coated in Realtree Max-5 camo finish and a DryTek waterproof design; making this transmitter and collar system guaranteed to be waterproof and submersible to 25 feet.

The SportDOG Brand WetlandHunter 1825 comes with a transmitter that offers 13 selectable modes of operation and is coated in Realtree Max-5 camo. Additionally, your dog will be the looking handsome while sporting this new setup from SportDOG Brand.


The SportDOG Brand WetlandHunter 1825 has a 1-mile range and a 2-hour quick charge, that will hold for 40 to 60 hours, depending on frequency of use. Featuring 8 instantly selectable stimulation levels on the compact remote and ability to train with vibration and tone, gives the handler multiple options.


The transmitter offers 13 selectable modes of operation and the collar is slim in profile and ergonomically designed. This is one dog training tool gun dog lovers should never leave the house without. MSRP is $319.99


The SportDOG Brand WetlandHunter 1825 was the talk of the booth at the 2016 SHOT Show.

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