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#2281536 - 09/01/12 03:28 PM on a lighter note, pics
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ok, just for fun lets post pics of dogs, any dogs you got, house dogs bird dogs, who cares, everybody likes to look at dogs, come on guys post them up.
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#2281543 - 09/01/12 03:47 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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COOL!!!! tt1

Everyone here knows how much I like to post pics. I love to see them also. Being the pic hog that I am, I want to wait for someone else to start. Not sure if I can wait, but, gonna try.
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The Huskers have me distracted right now so I might make it. How about that Rex Burkhead?
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#2281557 - 09/01/12 04:21 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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i knew you would post up craig, i'm like you i like dogs and i like to see pics of dogs, all kinds and everybodys
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#2281561 - 09/01/12 04:28 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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heres one of my boys pup



and afew of mine







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#2281581 - 09/01/12 05:02 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Okay. I'll start at the beginning.

Me and my first good Coyote Hound.



Okay, that's really Jack in 1957. And yes he was heart and soul of my Great Uncle Harold's pack at the time. I know it doesn't look like it but we all did have a lot of fun in those days also. Cousin Jon, BB guns, Coyote Hounds and Shetland Ponies. Whata Country!

On the South Divide of the Frenchman River Ryan.
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#2281599 - 09/01/12 05:41 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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#2281604 - 09/01/12 05:47 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Here is one of Bean and a hog he bayed up by himself.



He always did like that ringtailed cat




But he loved coyotes the best



Here are the 3 I have now



stay after them
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#2281623 - 09/01/12 06:24 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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i have posted most of these before but here some older ones









one of my favorites

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#2281626 - 09/01/12 06:35 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Originally Posted By: trapper2
one of my favorites



Me too Ryan!


Later in life it looks like this,





Can you all clearly see that I need some GrandChildren?
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#2281630 - 09/01/12 06:53 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: DoubleCK]
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The day I brought Spot home.



Ole Doc, the woolingest dog Ive ever known.



Mac.





Spot.





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#2281634 - 09/01/12 06:58 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Awesome Jeff! Sure looking forward to getting Tucker next to Spot. Hope we find some work for them. I hope Spot can show her how she is supposed to do it.

Shouldn't you also be posting one of Evan's pictures of the "Brindle Blondie?"
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#2281639 - 09/01/12 07:03 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: DoubleCK]
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Originally Posted By: DoubleCK
Awesome Jeff! Sure looking forward to getting Tucker next to Spot. Hope we find some work for them. I hope Spot can show her how she is supposed to do it.

Shouldn't you also be posting one of Evan's pictures of the "Brindle Blondie?"


I think Tucker and Spot will work good together. Should be a blast! I dont have any pics of Evans pup yet. Im prolly going to buy his female too. I hear she has some teeth.
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#2281658 - 09/01/12 07:46 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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On a lighter note, ey?

Tyke. His vision is pretty much gone these days. But he still gets around good and really enjoys a long race with the FourWheeler in the open hay meadow. I can always win because he usually has to stop and spring a he dog leak.









Tyke is a rescue FoxTerrier/Poodle cross. With is macho Terrier attitude and his one family loyal affectionate demeanor he quickly became a real family pal around here.

One of the days last winter when I was off for Knee Replacement Rehab he got me in a bit of a jam.

He, Tucker and I were out that morning on the Rubicon checking cage traps. We found the door down on a big ole yellow boar coon on the West End. This was before I became convinced by members in the know here, that a head shot is just not the best way to dispatch a coon. I left Tyke on the Rubicon and, I thought dispatched the Big Bandit. I dumped him out for Tucker and turned to walk back to the Rubicon to put the .22lr back in the rack. Well that coon came back to life and Tucker went into full circle and hold mode in a loud excited way. This big boy was a real handful for being dead. Well Tyke baled off the ATV charged in blindly, literally blindly. All took me by surprise. When I finally got back in the game Tyke had ahold of the coon and the coon had ahold of him. Kinda like Gunner only each had the other's hind leg and smaller of course. Tucker quickly interrupted the coon's program, I waded in and tossed Tyke out of the mix.

When the smoke settled, Tyke was covered in blood, head to toe. White dogs covered in blood are very striking. Fortunately the blood was mostly from the Bandit. I knew I had a problem as I was under strict orders to leave Tyke at the house when hunting. But he still really enjoyed our ranch trips so much, besides we didn't have any serious action on the agenda anyway.

Well I loaded them up and got Tyke in the mud room utility sink and used some show horse "Bright White" to change his color from crimson back to snow white. He was fine the rest of the day. When Karen got home she and Tyke took their regularly scheduled evening stroll over the creek to the barn.

When they returned it was all "hands on hips" and "WHAT HAPPENED TO TYKE TODAY?" I started with one of those, "that's my story and I'm sticking to it" deals, but it didn't float. She explained that on the way back from the barn he was packing that right hind leg.

He never limped before or after that trip to the barn. Don't know if he was bragging or complaining or perhaps just rating me out.
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#2281742 - 09/01/12 09:47 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: DoubleCK]
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You gotta love those little dogs Craig. I want a JRT bad! Im really trying to resist.

When I was looking for pics I found this clip. Its the very first stand Spot and I ever made. She's came a long ways since then. I love this dog.

Spots first from btech29 on Vimeo.

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#2281759 - 09/01/12 09:59 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Here is a few of my dog she came from Trapper2



Edited by J.W. (11/05/12 08:53 PM)
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#2281764 - 09/01/12 10:04 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Hows the new job going JW?

Aint your female a full sister to Tony's dog?

edit to add: Jeff you have done a fine job putting a bunch of coyotes in front of Spot and keeping it on her mind.
The time you have put in shows both with your camera work, editing and for sure Spot.
Good Time is my fav....think I'll go watch it again.

Stay after them
Kelly


Edited by CAT DADDY COLD (09/01/12 10:08 PM)
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#2281774 - 09/01/12 10:16 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: CAT DADDY COLD]
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Thats a pretty yellow dog JW.

Thanks Kelly.
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#2281776 - 09/01/12 10:19 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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i'm with you on it kelly, jeff has some of the best video i have seen, i dont know how you run the camera and hunt at the same time.
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#2281777 - 09/01/12 10:19 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Kelly, it's going great, can't hardly belive they pay me to do that.Still have a lot to learn but I got some good guys I can call for help.
Yes she is a full sister. Ryan and I have been thinking about breeding her but I cant go with out a dog with the new job.So I don't know if it will happen.


Edited by J.W. (09/01/12 10:30 PM)
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#2281783 - 09/01/12 10:23 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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you will do well JW...I always nowed you was a NBK.
Take care partner.
kj
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#2281793 - 09/01/12 10:34 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Thanks Jeff

Thanks Kelly, we need to get together before the dog work slows down.
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#2281796 - 09/01/12 10:40 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: CAT DADDY COLD]
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#2281797 - 09/01/12 10:41 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Sept is not going to be good for me, but I'd like to make a 2 dayer early Oct.

Catch you later
Kelly
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#2281817 - 09/01/12 10:59 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: CAT DADDY COLD]
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#2281822 - 09/01/12 11:02 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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doc, you got a pic of that brown dog standing, looks like hes leggy but not sure. is the bottom dog full jagd
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#2281840 - 09/01/12 11:34 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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My Pug- MaeLing



My German Shepherd- Thor
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#2281844 - 09/01/12 11:41 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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I also love dog pics, I'll share a few from this spring/summer.




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#2281845 - 09/01/12 11:47 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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New Pup for this year
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#2281848 - 09/01/12 11:54 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
DoubleCK Offline
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These belong to a good friend. I love ridin the Dog Wagons.







The price of fuel is really making this deal tough.
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#2281851 - 09/01/12 11:59 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Bo, how did those pups turn out?? Be honest, I have nothing to hide.
Just so everyone knows the "backstory" I do a "test litter" from time to time, these pups are sold cheap or given away, to be hunted, so we can judge the cross, and decide whether or not to do the cross again.With this cross it's not so important because I don't own the female, and the stud is dead.I still would like to know how the pups are doing.
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#2281864 - 09/02/12 12:32 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Duane,
The female never really did "turn on". She would sniff a coyote hide, but would never engage or even act interested with a live coyote standing ten feet from her. The male was good. He would engage and saw around twenty coyotes last year. He did have some problems. These were not genetic and were caused by me and my inexperience. I'm sure I'm not the first or the last guy to ruin a dog, but had he been with a true "dog man" I think he would have made a good dog.

"Ribbons" who I call pepper is everything that I think a dog should be. I learned from my mistakes and she is going to do me well this year. We were on a dry stand today, but she ranged out two to three hundred yards and would comeback, to within twenty yards of me. She also worked back and forth and was very attentive. She is also by far the grittiest dog Ive had and has no problem flashing her smile when needed. Ill get some good pics of her for you this year. That little pup in my above post is the pepper x duke Oopsie up that I called you about. He is gonna stay here this year and see how he does.

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#2281871 - 09/02/12 12:48 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Thanks Bo, now I can get to the point of what I was after.
Real simple, some dogs make it, and some don't.If anyone can say they have honestly given a dog a fair shake and it is not "up to par", admit it, and act accordingly.
I knew the answer before I asked Bo, because I had seen 2 other pups out of the litter. Not his fault, not my fault, just a cross that didn't work out as well as expected.
Just wanted to share some truth about dogs.Bo thanks for being honest.If ya want a "test pup" again, I got one for ya.


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#2281874 - 09/02/12 01:03 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Good looking dogs guys.

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#2281875 - 09/02/12 01:17 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: roode301]
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The hog dogs






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#2281943 - 09/02/12 09:29 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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#2281947 - 09/02/12 09:39 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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#2281955 - 09/02/12 09:52 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: midwestkid]
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trapper2-This is her standing up. That was a full Jagd with the badger.


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#2281960 - 09/02/12 09:55 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: UphillDoc]
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Her son.

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#2281963 - 09/02/12 10:00 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: UphillDoc]
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A friend hunting coyotes on the spotlight.

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#2281972 - 09/02/12 10:07 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Nice segway, Ryan smile
Man, all your dogs have the 'devil' in their eye, LOL! Good to see Moses gettin' some internet time...
Doc, that stag looks like its got some bulldog in it? Man, that dog sure blends into that grass!
KJ, Bean was the schizzle...
MIdwest, looks like you've got your hands full there with some fine workers!










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#2281978 - 09/02/12 10:27 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Great pics everyone! Love to look at dog pics!

Fred, Always good to see Pokey Pics!

Thanks.
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#2281987 - 09/02/12 10:41 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: DoubleCK]
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knockemdown-Everythings better with a lil bulldog in it... tt1




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#2282053 - 09/02/12 12:59 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Awesome pictures guys! This is the kind of post that I've been looking for. Keep at it. I will have to see what I can dig up.

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#2282088 - 09/02/12 01:53 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Here's my first dog ride. Kansas farm. crazy


My first dog, Shep on the farm in SW Nebraska.




Can't tell you much more about 'em.
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#2282133 - 09/02/12 03:01 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: DoubleCK]
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Cool pics Craig! Are those pics of you when you was a kid?
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#2282140 - 09/02/12 03:07 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: btech29]
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Originally Posted By: btech29
Cool pics Craig! Are those pics of you when you was a kid?


That's him alright. Times were sure different then. Folks complain today. Sheese! Imagine if they had to live like we did in those days? Not much was "user friendly" then. But family was.
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#2282167 - 09/02/12 03:55 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Havoc and I on our first hunt together.



Doc after one of the last.


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#2282211 - 09/02/12 05:35 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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cj, whatever happened to the doc dog?

thanks uphill for the standing pic, like the way that dog looks
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#2282226 - 09/02/12 06:02 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Ryan, Chris keeps missing your question so I will tell ya. He had liver failure trying to get over the skin problem. My vet tried and Chris's vet tried. Nothing worked for the little guy.
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#2282257 - 09/02/12 06:34 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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dang i hate to hear that, i figured something had happened the way he worded it but wasnt sure
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#2282283 - 09/02/12 07:10 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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#2282293 - 09/02/12 07:17 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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My first "Good Dog." Tim


During my pre-teen years on the Frenchman River, Tim was my constant companion. If it breathed, he would run, tree, flush, bay, bite, stretch, corner or kill it. Didn't have much control, but could generally keep up with him. If not well he would eventually show up at home. Sometimes considerably worse for the wear.

He came to us as a full grown, but a very young stray that a co-worker of my Dad's had found. No idea on the breeding. Certainly some beagle type influence, but pretty leggy. What do you think? Best guess?

Still got his old home made collar in on the gun safe.
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#2282299 - 09/02/12 07:21 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Some of ya'all have seen these, but here ya go...

Rowdy, my 10 year old Lab. He's in good shape for his age, but I'll definitely have to go easy on him this year.

This is an old 35mm scan that I've always liked...



Penny, my daughter's 3 year old Jack...







Penny gets to come along once in a while, but she has NO idea what she's doing... smile



Doin' what they do best... wink

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#2282302 - 09/02/12 07:24 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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#2282310 - 09/02/12 07:27 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: duckdog]
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Originally Posted By: duckdog




Man, I love this one. Very JRT. Speaks volumes! thumbup1

This and of course KJ's Bean pics and stories make me think I may have to have a JRT before it's over. Just not sure I've got what it takes to handle one.
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#2282315 - 09/02/12 07:29 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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#2282322 - 09/02/12 07:40 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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REALLY enjoying these pics!

Midwest...What breed are your dogs, and are you using them to retrieve ducks?
GREAT pics!

Craig,...believe it or not, Penny is really easy to handle.
I think they got a bad rap when everybody and their brother bought one when they became"famous" then tried to keep it in an apartment. She would be an absolute PERFECT farm dog.
Her absolute favorite thing in the world, is when I'm working around the house/yard.

Follows me everywhere, and is 100% focused on what I'm doing. It's comical really! She'll sit there and watch every stroke if I'm painting.

I always tell my daughter, that if Penny was a kid, she'd have ridden the short bus! w00t

She is entertaining though!

I'm lovin' the old pics in this thread and the other one.

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#2282344 - 09/02/12 08:18 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: duckdog]
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I love that guilty pic Ducky. lol

I love JRT's. Like Ive said many times, I really want one. I think they would make excellent decoy dogs. I think Im going to get a big Rat Terrier. I dont think they are quite as hard to control.
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#2282347 - 09/02/12 08:28 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Originally Posted By: trapper2
cj, whatever happened to the doc dog?

thanks uphill for the standing pic, like the way that dog looks


Hey Ryan, I guess I have been missing them. Thanks for jumping in Jeff. I guess I didn't see the questions.

Doc was a great dog and I really enjoyed having him around. He was a great hunting partner. I got him from Jeff (Which I think got him from you) and got to put him on a few coyotes during last season but after several visits the vet said keep him from hunting.

They "Tried" several things to find a fix for him. Mange treatments, Skin allergies, Diet changes, and did several other skin tests and injections to build up immunity to what they said was grass allergies. When he passed he was on a cocktail of meds from both the vet and the dermatology clinic out of Memphis. Between weekly injections of Ivermectin, twice daily Atopica, Prednisone, Cephalexin, Ketconazole and fish oil tablets he just wasn't getting any better and I think they gave up on him. He just couldn't take all the medications for so long. He started loosing weight and wouldn't eat, but was always happy to go outside and check traps and run the field.

The vet said that the Atopica skin medicine was a really strong dose and that he just couldn't process it all in conjunction with the other meds. He was just to weak by that time. Actually they think it was kidney failure that actually took him. The Atopica has a side effect much like the Mycotoxin that can kill deer when eating wet, spoiled corn.

I'd do just about anything to have him back and healthy.




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#2282367 - 09/02/12 08:50 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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It's been a long time since I lost a dog that meant anything to me...
I'm gonna be a wreck when Rowdy goes....
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#2282395 - 09/02/12 09:23 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Ryan, i may have already asked you this, and you probably told me about three times, but i dont pay attention, and when i do, i tend to forget! lol.

Do you still have any of the pups out of that female i sent you? If so how are they doing?
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#2282412 - 09/02/12 09:35 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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#2282420 - 09/02/12 09:43 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Great thread with lots of good looking dogs
Duckdog- i have a blackmouth cur, a wire hair jrt, 2 catahoulas,and 1 mt. Cur. i havent taken them duck hunting so i dunno if they would retrieve one. they all have tons of drive i know they would go after a cripple.

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#2282424 - 09/02/12 09:49 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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My mistake...
That one picture (you with a face mask), sure looked like duck hunting.

Good lookin bunch of dogs!
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#2282427 - 09/02/12 09:52 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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I decided to snap a few new photos tonight, after I got done feeding.

Here is Sage:


This is her brother, that I just got back from my buddy.


Here he is with my Bullet pup, out of a BMC gyp.


Here is that Bullet/BMC pup. She's already baying the darn house cats and getting me into trouble. smile She's kinda goofy built right now, with that Lurcher blood in her, but I think she'll shape out really nice.


A new Gunner/Sara pup. I am keeping this little female. I haven't shown any pics of this litter yet. Each is a totally different color.


A Gunner/Lacy pup with my Grandson, from a week ago or so.


I've got a crap load more dogs to take pics of, but these are the ones running lose in the yard and handy for a pic. smile

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#2282462 - 09/02/12 10:31 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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cj, he came from a guy i work with, but yea i'm the one that got him to jeff, sorry to hear about that, he was slow but he would hunt.

jesse, yea i got one and a guy i work with has one, his is mid range on hogs and will decoy pretty good, mine is shorter range on hogs, wants to hunt close to the 4-wheeler but winds real good. he decoys pretty good for no more then i have had him on, but mostly been hog hunting him, he's catchy on hogs but most of mine are, here a pic of him right after he had a brush with death, ha, little closer and i could have just told you "no i dont have one of that litter anymore"



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#2282463 - 09/02/12 10:31 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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He is at Predator University now getting his degree in decoy managment. thumbup Should graduate in a few months. Can't wait!


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#2282480 - 09/02/12 10:46 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Great pics guys!
Midwestkid, you have some great looking dogs, and get some awesome pics! I really love the one of the BMC on the grader tire.

Here are a few pics i rounded up. I am a member of several different forums, so im not sure which of these have been posted here, or there, but here they are. Sorry if they are double posted.

Catch from last winter


Zip and b!tch the morning after a catch


Blue with his catch. Caught this one by himself.


Catch this winter. Two of mine, two of my brother in laws hounds.


This is Cash, a pup out of my JRT blood that my cousin raised.


This winter, Our four made the catch, and the rest were cut from the rig to help. Yote weighed out at 51#


This is some older ones, sleeping on what is left of their bed, after they tired themselfs out from a game of tug of war!
Dot and lola


Zip coming back to the truck after a catch. Just the way i like 'em!


This one isnt a dog obviously, but a great day at the pen running hounds with my niece Miley!


I have some newer ones, and some older ones im trying to get up, having some trouble finding the disk they are on though! lol.
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#2282484 - 09/02/12 10:50 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Ryan, that is close! lol. He sure looks good.
I wish i could have gotten into the hogs and decoying as much as i do my running hounds.
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#2282493 - 09/02/12 10:55 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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yea it was close, i got to many right now, if my wife didnt like him so much i think he would be the one to go, i like one that ranges out alittle more then him on hogs but so far she hasnt ok'ed it, ha
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#2282501 - 09/02/12 11:02 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: UphillDoc]
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trapper2-This is her standing up. That was a full Jagd with the badger.




Doc, what kind of breeding is behind this female? That's the build I'm looking for with my lurcher/cur crosses that I'm making.

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#2282502 - 09/02/12 11:02 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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You said he docoys good?

Let me know if he ever needs to go, i may be a buyer.
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#2282686 - 09/03/12 11:31 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: TonyTebbe]
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Doc, what kind of breeding is behind this female? That's the build I'm looking for with my lurcher/cur crosses that I'm making.

Thanks...Tony
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Tony-She is a Bullstag lurcher. 1/2 bulldog x 1/2 stag 25" and 70lbs.
I bet your BMC lurcher will look real similar. Im anxious to see how those lurchers work for you as "decoy dogs" Its hard to beat a lurcher for an "all arounder" thats for sure!

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#2282971 - 09/03/12 07:09 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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#2282973 - 09/03/12 07:11 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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I'm hoping they do well. Bullet, the border collie/greyhound/bulldog is making a fine all around dog. From coyote to pigs, from rabbits to badgers. He's pretty darn quick, but has the bone structure and brains to keep him from visits to the vet.

I had a bulldog/greyhound named "White Boy" back in the 90s. He was he// on wheels. Not as fast as the coldbloods, but a coyote's nightmare when he caught up. He looked way more bully than the cross you posted a pic of. I crossed him back to a greyhound and she only produced one pup...a female. She good...dang good. Those crosses were alot more consistent than the Wolfhound/Stag crosses I was running. Sure miss those days....looks like I'm working my way back into them. smile

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#2283212 - 09/03/12 10:48 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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"dot" catahoula pup


Bat--kemmerer cur(sp).


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#2283294 - 09/04/12 12:43 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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just lettin the pack run around a little tonite


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#2283309 - 09/04/12 01:42 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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#2283310 - 09/04/12 01:49 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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#2283311 - 09/04/12 01:50 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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#2283312 - 09/04/12 01:53 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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#2283313 - 09/04/12 01:55 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: A Dana]
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Wow! That is some cat!
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#2283315 - 09/04/12 01:57 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: A Dana]
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All very nice dogs!
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#2283794 - 09/04/12 08:44 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Really enjoy all these pics. But, no more puppy pics. It's getting me fired up and I might do something stupid.
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#2283800 - 09/04/12 08:51 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: DoubleCK]
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Doubleck- I second that! I'm getting these crazy ideas about getting one of those pups, and I wouldn't begin to know how to hunt with them. I think there's something in those pics that's more addictive than MSG. Maybe someone's playing around with subliminal messages or something.
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#2283832 - 09/04/12 09:34 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: Centurion]
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#2283849 - 09/04/12 09:48 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: gonzaga]
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Bat--kemmerer cur(sp). [/quote]

gonzaga, i cant believe you would let a worthless dog like that ride in side the cab, ha
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#2283857 - 09/04/12 09:57 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: UphillDoc]
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That is a fantastic looking dog.

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#2283860 - 09/04/12 10:00 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: roode301]
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Can you guys see Doc's pics? I cant see nothing.
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#2283865 - 09/04/12 10:04 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: UphillDoc]
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Ouch Doc! That's just what I'm talking about. You are killing me.

Very nice. Looks likely to grow some serious wheels. Tell us more.
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#2283866 - 09/04/12 10:04 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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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]
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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.

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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.

Take care.


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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]
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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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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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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.

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#2283947 - 09/04/12 11:04 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: UphillDoc]
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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.


A double with one Lurcher and one bullet? That would be about as good a stand as a stand can get.
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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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#2284004 - 09/05/12 12:18 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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i love that Annie pic!! And kinda miss seeing bullett. I know you are busy and dont have alot of time to hunt your own dogs. its just that we got to seeing Bullett getting real good then....... just cut us off.lol. Good Pics everyone!!
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#2284009 - 09/05/12 12:24 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Ryan, it was either that or tied down to the roof. I get enuff funny looks as it is, especially when that BOY is with me..lol, not sure that would have helped not to mention that he probly would have bit me when I got him down....lol.
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#2284112 - 09/05/12 09:28 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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#2284129 - 09/05/12 10:24 AM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: yfzduner450]
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Originally Posted By: yfzduner450
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?



yfz-Most often the dogs are carried around in a truck. They are in a "jump box" (similar to hound box) where they can see out the sides, but the doors can be opened from inside the cab to release dogs when a coyote is spotted. Imagine driving down road and you spot a coyote, hit the brakes, release the dogs, and the chase is on. Some they catch, some they dont. You can also hunt them on foot or horseback, and they will wind a coyote, or see one get up, and then they will try to run it down. They will run a hot track, but not everyone likes them to. Alot depends on the terrain you hunt in, for what you like in a runnin dog...ie flat, open country=more speed, hilly/rough ground=more nose and durability, as a general rule.
If you have them on a calling stand, you can have them mill around to keep coyotes focus on them, but you better have a good handle on them, cause once they spot the coyote they will want to go...no matter how far. They can see way better than most dogs. I would down my dog when I spotted a coyote, or thought they had one spotted. If the coyote spots the dog first, and then the dog lays down, the coyotes seem to come in even faster. If the coyote was in a good spot to run, then I let the dogs have a go, if not I pulled the trigger.

Take care.


Edited by UphillDoc (09/05/12 10:34 AM)
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#2284268 - 09/05/12 02:54 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Love the pics,.

Hey Doc I remember seeing that pic of a badger and Jagd before. It was not on this forum. Glad you posted it up.

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#2284274 - 09/05/12 03:02 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: Tim7581]
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Here is another one for ya Tim.

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#2284277 - 09/05/12 03:06 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: Tim7581]
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TT-Those are some nice pics. Gunner is a looker for sure...Im a sucker for a red dog! Is the dog in the ground denning coyotes? That lurcher is put together nice.

superwhite-That redtick looks like he is singin it to em!

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#2284299 - 09/05/12 03:44 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Thank you sir. That's Gunner coming out of a den. That den was in a crevice in a caliche pit and went down about 9-10 feet, before it turned. The lurcher is "Bullet", 50% Collie, 25% Greyhound, 25% Bulldog. The black pups I showed in one of my episodes are out of him and a greyhound/bulldog cross. I currently have him covering the leggy catahoula/bmc female, Annie, the "Coyote Freak". She's the bloody faced female in the same pics.

If you ever want to talk lurchers or longdogs, just give me a holler sometime. Would love to swap old stories. (575) 390-0048

Thanks...Tony
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#2284326 - 09/05/12 04:37 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: TonyTebbe]
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Reno at 12 weeks old - Deer killer in training


Reno at 1 1/2 years turning into one heck of a deer killer



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#2284336 - 09/05/12 04:49 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Reno looks pretty good... What kind of dog is he? You use him to bloodtrail the deer?

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#2284343 - 09/05/12 05:04 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: Boeydafunk]
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Originally Posted By: Boeydafunk
Reno looks pretty good... What kind of dog is he? You use him to bloodtrail the deer?


He is a 52 pound male McNab. I use him to jump deer on push drives, locate and bay up crippled deer, and trail and mark dead deer. We hunt in some very steep and thick terrain, so a dog is a huge help.

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#2284418 - 09/05/12 07:06 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: yfzduner450]
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Originally Posted By: yfzduner450
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?


Jeremy. I have only participated out of the jump box trucks that UphillDoc referred to. Can't remember a time when it wasn't a part of life. As a teenager going through my dirt bike phase (another whole story) the old timers would occasionally let us take our bikes along to flush coyotes out of rough country to the divides where the dog wagons could get on them.

I had a pretty bad wreck with a High School Literature teacher over his refusal to sign a grade report that had to come home one Friday to clear me for one of those Dirt Bike/Dog Wagon weekends. My grade was back up but he felt my behavior was sub par. From my point of view all I needed was the grade info. Made a bit of a fool of myself. There may have even been some personal attacks and insults involved. You know the type I am always worried about around here on Predator Masters?
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#2284427 - 09/05/12 07:20 PM Re: on a lighter note, pics [Re: trapper2]
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Our legends could see, line out, catch and some even kill a coyote by themselves consistently. But those outstanding dogs were rare over the years. Most often you were breeding, trading, buying, borrowing matching up dogs to get all those skills from a side of three to four dogs to haul and dump together. Then that pack would normally get it done consistently.

But there are also those legendary coyotes out there that could out run all. There is one that lives on the north divide of the Frenchman river right now. I haven't seen him run, but they tell me is unbelievable. Different rigs swing by his territory and give him a try regularly. One good friend had one of his best dogs of 30 plus years blow out a hind leg trying. It will be a sad day when some one does flush him with a full stomach or when he get's some years on him and get's him stretched.
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