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#2283866 - 09/04/12 10:04 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
trapper2 Offline
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yep, all the pic come through on this end
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#2283903 - 09/04/12 10:34 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
yfzduner450 Offline
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Pics of doc's dogs come through here too. I also would like to know more about them??
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#2283910 - 09/04/12 10:37 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: yfzduner450]
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Maybe he has me blocked or something. I can see his post but not one single picture.
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#2283913 - 09/04/12 10:39 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: btech29]
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btech-I guarantee I dont have you or anyone else blocked. Not sure why they wont show up, but if you really want to see I will email them to ya.

Take care.
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#2283915 - 09/04/12 10:39 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: btech29]
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Jeff, can you see the pic in the reply where I quoted UphillDoc?
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#2283919 - 09/04/12 10:42 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: DoubleCK]
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Craig, I can see the words you quoted but no pics??? I can see all the pics but Doc's.

Doc, I would like to see em. I like pretty dogs. laugh btech29@gmail.com
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#2283921 - 09/04/12 10:44 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: yfzduner450]
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roode-Thanks.

Double/yfz-That is an 8 week old Bullstag lurcher. I call Tracker. I used his sire and dam on coyotes mostly. I expect he will be 80-90lbs when grown, and I hope he is as good as either sire/dam. We should know by this time next year if he makes the team or not.

btech-Mine are closer to fugly than pretty...but I will send em to ya anyways.

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Edited by UphillDoc (09/04/12 10:45 PM)
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#2283925 - 09/04/12 10:48 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Can you hear me now? Too cool to miss.
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#2283928 - 09/04/12 10:50 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
DoubleCK Offline
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Doc do you use these dogs on calling stands. Coursing coyotes horseback has always been something that intrigued me. Gotta be a blast.
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#2283932 - 09/04/12 10:51 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: DoubleCK]
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Thats a cool looking dog right there. I like it!
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#2283936 - 09/04/12 10:52 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: UphillDoc]
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Originally Posted By: UphillDoc
roode-Thanks.

Double/yfz-That is an 8 week old Bullstag lurcher. I call Tracker. I used his sire and dam on coyotes mostly. I expect he will be 80-90lbs when grown, and I hope he is as good as either sire/dam. We should know by this time next year if he makes the team or not.

btech-Mine are closer to fugly than pretty...but I will send em to ya anyways.

Take care.


Well if he does not work out point him east and hit him in the a$$ with a livestock prod.

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#2283944 - 09/04/12 11:00 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: DoubleCK]
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Originally Posted By: DoubleCK
Doc do you use these dogs on calling stands. Coursing coyotes horseback has always been something that intrigued me. Gotta be a blast.


Double-I have used them on calling stand. I course 95% of the time now. They dont "decoy" but they work fine to keep coyote focused on them, instead of me. They will trail up/run down cripples, and sometimes they make the catch without ever firing a shot. The first pic I posted of the female laying down, has a double next to her. She caught one, and I shot one...was an awesome stand!
The coursing coyotes horseback can get Western, but for sheer fun...it would be tough to beat.

Take care.
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#2283947 - 09/04/12 11:04 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: UphillDoc]
DoubleCK Offline
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Originally Posted By: UphillDoc
Originally Posted By: DoubleCK
Doc do you use these dogs on calling stands. Coursing coyotes horseback has always been something that intrigued me. Gotta be a blast.


Double-I have used them on calling stand. I course 95% of the time now. They dont "decoy" but they work fine to keep coyote focused on them, instead of me. They will trail up/run down cripples, and sometimes they make the catch without ever firing a shot. The first pic I posted of the female laying down, has a double next to her. She caught one, and I shot one...was an awesome stand!
The coursing coyotes horseback can get Western, but for sheer fun...it would be tough to beat.

Take care.


A double with one Lurcher and one bullet? That would be about as good a stand as a stand can get.
tt1

Coursing horseback seems it would be a supreme test of men and beasts!
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#2284001 - 09/05/12 12:15 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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I dug up a few more of my favorite pictures.




















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#2284003 - 09/05/12 12:18 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Doc or Craig, I've never seen or heard to much about coursing coyotes. I understand the basics I believe but can either one of you tell me how it goes? Do you call at all? Do you free cast or work off tracks?
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