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Discussion in 'Huntin' Dogs' started by ARCOONHTR, Jan 7, 2018.
My heart skips a few beats when I hear a good young dog get treed.
Been a good while since I’ve been. I miss it.
Back in my late teens and early twenties I did. Hard to do that around here anymore. Got too much to lose.
Wife and kids slowed me down. All I wanted to do when i was young was coon hunt every night and run comp hunts. Had a guy that footed the bill. Man I had the life.
I hunted for a man out of Georgia he owned gold ch stylish thunder the last live covered living son off wagers stylish lipper he always talked about how loud he was I never personally saw him though
Is there any money in the competition hunts anymore? They (PKC) used to have several a year here in town but they haven’t had a hunt in 7 or 8 years that I know of.
L.S. foot the bill?
Not really much money in it. The paid handlers have pretty well taken over and dominate the large events. Shabel and partners will have 8-10 dogs at every big hunt there is.
I hunted/trained the Hayes dog that Tyler won the youth world hunt with.
I may be a homer
But my 5 year old Black and Tan male is as loud as I, my dad, or anyone else that has hunted with us has ever heard
When dogs tree you think they are real far until CAP joins in
Man he is loud and pretty in the woods!
i used to own a plott gip that had the coldest nose on a dog as was ever made. she would work a cold track and would start squeeling softly. the hotter it got, the louder she squelled.after a bit she would start a bawl and them it got hot, she screamed like you were beating her. the best thing was if she found a deer that ran off after being shot, she would change to a chop mouth and stay there till you got there. money couldn't buy her so she died in my pen at 16 yrs old. only dog i ever saw to do that. wish i had another just like her.