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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by deerhunter24, Oct 7, 2019.
If you can't find a tracking dog you could try any other dog that has a nose.
Was the video on here or another site?
No way is there
Click on Ky, gives listing of trackers that service the state.
Cell: 585-322-3391 This lady is in Hebron Ky
Where is the guy with Ruby the bloodhound? Haven't seen him on here in a long time.
Allseasonhunter? Last I saw him on here was a heated thread about Rage's and double lung shots...the usual.
That's been a long time....
Everybody gave him such a hard time with the rage broadhead thing he probably packed up and left town
I didn’t. I think the official rage broadheads should be outlawed. The cheaper Chinese nock offs are 1000 times better.
Ruby went down last season, not sure if she recovered but him not posting is not a good sign. I dont know her owner personally (might be a great guy) but he sure did get wrapped into broadhead arguements at the drop of a hat. I loved hearing about that dog though, lol. Wish i had one of her pups.
Oh no! I hope she made it.
I just texted him. She's fine now. Had a minor episode, but he said she's fat and happy now.
Ruby is fine. She had a minor issue last season with a gland. She has recovered and never was down. She found her biggest and last deer last season. A 181 inch mainframe typical. Seemed fitting to retire her at that point seeing as how her original owner Timex biggest deer was 181 inch 11 point. Her last deer was also her 181st recovery. For a 7 year old dog she had seen enough. The rage comments and my dog don't bother me as I know what I have seen and what she has proven. She is now 8 years old and living the retirement life getting fat. We haven't tracked a deer all season but I'd still put her nose up against any dog out there. I've tracked in 5 different states and recovered deer in all of those. The amount of miles I have put on my truck and on foot are countless. Yet you want to make fun of someone and their dog when most of you have never seen her work or what we went through during a season. I have left the house before at 4am only to not return home for 36 hours and tracking 9 different deer in 3 states during that time recovering 6 of those and jumping 2 others. Do yourself a favor and buy a dog train it and do what we did day in and day out all while working 50 hours a week and then come back and say why you believe this or believe that. Ive seen the best hits not bleed and deer get lost to the worst possible hits and deer be recovered 4.5 miles later. 4 and 5 day old recoveries after other dogs have tried and failed and even finding 1 deer 2 weeks to the day after it had been shot with nothing left of it but hair bones and the rack. If you want to learn some tracking techniques and advice message me. I've seen about all that can be seen. Until then keep poking fun at someone who was out there helping people like you that he never met until he had too. One day it will happen to you regardless of what you shoot.
Good to hear. Glad she's ok.