Dogs for coyote hunting

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  1. sacmarata

    sacmarata 10 pointer

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  2. riverboss

    riverboss 12 pointer

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    0922120729a.jpg I don't have many pics of him with coyotes he just runs around pissin on everything after there dead, But I do have a few.
     
  3. My cousin 4Paws does the same thing. As soon as he kills a coyote he goes to pissin on every thing. I think it's a gene he inherited from his Dad (PossumAl)!! LOL.

     
  4. Jhartley91

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    I got on Mr. Tebbe's Facebook. Gunner got killed in April when a pack of dogs attacked him in the yard while the family was gone. But I'm plannin on getting my wife's catahoula into decoy work. He is very smart and as a bay dog I think he will be aggressive when needed but also will listen when I recall him. I'm excited. He is just a pup now but in April he will be a year and I'll feel he will be big enough to hunt. Great time too with how protective coyotes are at that part of the year. Now I just gotta find places to hunt when we move up to Franklin co.
     
  5. Jhartley91

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    My wife's catahoula, our future decoy dog. The redbone is strictly for coons. No coyotes for her image.jpg
     
  6. KY Swamp Beagler

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    The Ridgeback was used in Africa to track lions by scent and then bay them up until the hunter could get there to kill it. These dogs are game - very gritty. Below is a vid of a Rideback going up against an American badger. You can really see the baying instinct in the vid.

    I'd say a lone coyote would have his work cut out for him with Ridgeback.

    http://youtu.be/Dcc0EGjnDQc
     
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  7. riverboss

    riverboss 12 pointer

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    Thats a bad arse dog! The way it held on to that hog reminds me of a pit.

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  8. possumal

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    There is a fellow up in Ohio who had an accidental breeding with his female Mt. Cur decoy dog and his Jack Russell. He has 9 pups and they will be tail docked and dew claws removed. Free to good homes. He is advertising on PM, and his name is roode301 (Steve Roode).
     
  9. Jhartley91

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    I know if I had another dog the wife would skin me alive. But I've been wondering what a catahoula/redbone would look like. I'm sure it would be a gamey dog but not sure what it would be good at.
     
  10. sacmarata

    sacmarata 10 pointer

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    They will run out of the country if you let em though. They say they can run for 20-30 miles non stop and their top speed is as fast as a horse. Every one I've ever seen had no fear.
     

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