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Discussion in 'Coon Hunting' started by Chopper357, Dec 15, 2017.
What's your favorite bloodline? My for now is tequila sunrise
If you’re a Walker dog man, and haven’t read it already, I’d recommend Lester Nance’s book Treeing Walker History and Memories. There’s a lot of good information and insight into how Nance put foxhounds that naturally treed coons into his line.
A very enjoyable read.
High x for sure, had an all grand pup out of him and couldn’t ask for a easier pup to teach but the best dog that I have ever owned and will ever own was out of swamps little panic, bought him as a pup and he died at the age of 12 this past 4th of July so I threw in the towel
Man don't quit because of that get a kid into hunting. If you want some good pups this April I should have some big money x tequila sunrise and American Express female
I liked them swamp dogs. My buddy had one that he named Little Swamp that was a fun dog to hunt. Forgot what female he was out of but he was the smallest weakest pup in a litter and Keith have him to my buddy because he wouldn't sell. Made a hell of dog.
Pm me what kind of money your talking about for pups chopper 357 and do ya think they would make good Bear dogs
My old dog topped out at about 45 lbs but had a bark that you could tell from any other dog, didn’t say much on track and wasn’t a hard tree dog but he wouldn’t leave the tree and was very accurate more of a pleasure dog the a comp, I did win a few ukc hunts but not enough to title , I had the pleasure of running him with one of his litter mates and he was complete opposite
Shoot me a pm. May be interested in a pup once litter is here.