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#3204057 - 05/19/19 09:24 PM Re: Hunting companion [Re: Brent Parker]
btech29 Offline
Die Hard Member II

Registered: 01/17/11
Posts: 1463
Loc: NW Arkansas
Im old and wore out Brent. As you know it takes a lot of work to make a dog.

I just want to clear one thing up. When we see people on here asking for a "decoy dog" they are not needing a trap line/recovery/decoy dog. My comments are regarding decoy dogs. I have no experience in recovery or trap line. If I did that type of work my opinion would likely be much different.

If you are needing a true decoy dog and only a decoy dog then my opinion still stands. They are not geared well for a decoy dog. No need to muddy up a good Cur dog with that blood either. I have used them and I am a student of the game. I watch what other people do and I have not seen a good one. Again, I have not seen every dog out there and I am not a dog expert. I just use my eyes. I was watching a vid just last night and the dogs were "hunting" over on the next hill and the coyote was standing at 50 yards. That does not work for me. Lets be honest here, for rec hunters to kill a hairless coyotes in May with no dog work is senseless.

My opinion is not worth any more or any less than anyone else.
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#3204099 - 05/20/19 11:25 AM Re: Hunting companion [Re: btech29]
SlickerThanSnot Offline
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Registered: 01/31/14
Posts: 5043
Loc: stuck in a fence
Originally Posted By: btech29
Im old and wore out.


you dont look very old in some of the videos i have seen. how old are you?

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#3204101 - 05/20/19 11:33 AM Re: Hunting companion [Re: btech29]
marcus_robinson Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 07/09/02
Posts: 43
Loc: Southern Utah
btech29 won't agree with this breeding grin



the momma is in the back. She's a leopard/kemmer cur

The dad to the two pups is 3/4 airedale, 1/4 jack russell. I'm excited to see what they do. So far everyone has been pleased with their pup out of this litter. But most have gone to people who trap and decoy as well.

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#3204108 - 05/20/19 01:35 PM Re: Hunting companion [Re: marcus_robinson]
Bob_Atl Offline
Die Hard Member III

Registered: 01/09/15
Posts: 2081
Loc: in the field, or not..
Good look'n pups.
Bet they're little too high strung for apartment folks.
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#3204111 - 05/20/19 02:24 PM Re: Hunting companion [Re: Bob_Atl]
btech29 Offline
Die Hard Member II

Registered: 01/17/11
Posts: 1463
Loc: NW Arkansas
I feel really old Slicker!

Good looking pups Marcus. I really like the looks of Momma. If you feed them and like what they do then Im happy for you. I think the word missing in your post was Jadg. I would try that blue pup on the left.

Apartment folks are the ones on here asking for advice. Thats the point exactly. You think someone who lives in town and is gonna hunt twice a year needs a Jadg? Seasoned people dont ask for advice on PM.

Here is my last piece of advice. Use whatever makes you happy.
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#3221160 - 12/04/19 03:15 PM Re: Hunting companion [Re: IdahoRoger]
marcus_robinson Offline
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Registered: 07/09/02
Posts: 43
Loc: Southern Utah
I've been showing my 2 pups a couple coyotes out trapping.

They are almost 10 months old now.












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#3221339 - Yesterday at 09:04 PM Re: Hunting companion [Re: IdahoRoger]
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Registered: 11/22/11
Posts: 769
Loc: Indiana
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