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Posted by michael cline on 11-29-2009 09:45 AM:

skuna river fred?????????

what are some traits, good or bad that you have seen in the fred dogs?


Posted by POTOMAC on 11-29-2009 05:19 PM:

big mouth/track driving one bark tree dog with the meat! they all have there goods and bads but im in thin coon pretty rough huntin and the skuna river line seems to work real well. i also have alot of junk and the skuna river hounds have been real straight naturally. if you need anything call 571-233-5819


Posted by Mike Espinosa on 11-29-2009 06:25 PM:

GRNITECH. Skuna River Babe

I have a female out of Fred and she's one of the best I own. Split tree specialest that tree's coon after coon and she's a loud hard tree dog. Fred was a great reproducer and will be missed.

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Posted by Dwils on 11-29-2009 10:05 PM:

ones i have hunted with are loud and extra nice tree dogs,, pressure tree dogs at that...

i have hunted with several and own one myself, i would say biggest fault in mine is he is 3rd strike dogs in hunts all the time, which that is only considered a fault by some. and with a treeeedog can come some empties but isnt bad with it.

all in all nice dogs, you put mine in coon he can shame you severly,,,, which is the case with alot of dogs i guess, but i like him, he loud , quick and action packed

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Posted by AndyMiller on 11-30-2009 12:47 AM:

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i have a fred female out of a tequila sunrise dam she is one of the best dogs ive had in a long time she is 95% acrarte split trees and holds if she locates 3 times tree her she wont move i want 2 breed her in spring but not sure what

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Posted by Stranger on 11-30-2009 02:44 AM:

Re: skuna river fred?????????

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Originally posted by michael cline
what are some traits, good or bad that you have seen in the fred dogs?


I've owned two out of Fred, the first one I owned was a heads up, looking for a tree action packed hound about 70% accurate. The one I currently own is more of a trailing type hound, takes his tracks as he comes to them and about 90% accurate. Both hounds have good mouths the first one I owned was a slobber mouth intense tree dog. The one I have now is a nice tree dog, not as flashy as the first but much more accurate. Both hounds hunt real well by themselves and are pretty much the same hounds night in and out. Here's a couple pic's and video:



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Posted by SCBluetickGal on 11-30-2009 02:25 PM:

I have a 14 month old male off of a son of Bad Habit and a female that was directly off of Fred. He's been a natural tree dog from a very young age, and seems like he will be able to hold pressure well. He's showing a lot of potential in the woods with VERY limited time out. I made the mistake of raising him in the house, so he's my little buddy...I'll admit I'm MUCH more cautious with him than any of my other hounds. Took him out with my older female over the weekend (first time out since early summer) and he didn't run with her a bit. Took off deep and did his own thing. Checked a few trees and turned down a sight deer race that my BROKE female decided she wanted to try her hand at, so I was happy with him even though he didn't actually tree. I speak regularly with a gentleman that owns my pup's littermate sister, and she's ready to be started in the hunts. From what I hear she's turning out to be a fine hound. I'd certainly own another Fred dog or two...

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Posted by michael cline on 12-01-2009 12:59 AM:

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Posted by michael cline on 12-03-2009 01:00 AM:

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Posted by Cole Adams on 12-03-2009 03:37 AM:

Hard hunting, independent, loud, get treed dogs. One's I've seen straddle a track and open good. Locate several times, and don't budge. I hunt one every night, and wouldn't take anything in the world for him.


Posted by Dwils on 12-10-2009 04:26 AM:

one thing i like from mine is you put him in a woods with 4 coon sittin up he will trail the first one and put it up,, when you turn him off that its like he has a map in his head and knows exactly where the others are like he already marked them and will pick every one of those coon off, normally he doesnt say anything when he does that, but i absolutely love it in a hunt because he opens with a locate and you can pretty well say "bear struck and treed"

here a pic and video of him


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Posted by Knox on 02-15-2010 12:33 AM:

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Posted by boonetreecoon on 02-15-2010 12:57 AM:

What I love about my fred dog is she has a cold nose and will run a coon. Cold hot whatever and she will have the fur I got pups out of her I can't wait to see how they do were thick in coons but lately. Were hitting real cold tracks it might take her an hour but shell be on the wood with the fur


Posted by GO BLUE on 02-15-2010 05:53 AM:

Hears one

dam is Lee Harris's Grnitech Tar nice nice tree dog and very well built owned and trained by Larry Parker took best of class bred and show first time on the bench I had the pleasure of showing her for Mr parker saturday.

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Posted by cj. on 02-15-2010 07:28 PM:

The ones I've hunted with all seemed to be good tree dogs.... and split tree specialists.

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Posted by SCBluetickGal on 02-15-2010 08:34 PM:

Here's my Waylon on his first turned loose coon. This was the first time he'd been out since the trip I mentioned before, and his first time in contact with a coon, alive or dead, since last year. I had a feeling he would have no trouble tracking and treeing it. He didn't disappoint-I didn't even have to get my old girl out of the box to help him. The vet diagnosed him with Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever last fall, and I've noticed he gets tired much more quickly than he used to. That didn't keep him from staying at the tree, even with another green dog running around and playing nearby. I really like his tree style so far...a lot of times he'll be on the wood like in this picture, but he'll also sit down and tree as well.


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Posted by micooner on 02-16-2010 04:17 AM:

quote:
Originally posted by Dwils
one thing i like from mine is you put him in a woods with 4 coon sittin up he will trail the first one and put it up,, when you turn him off that its like he has a map in his head and knows exactly where the others are like he already marked them and will pick every one of those coon off, normally he doesnt say anything when he does that, but i absolutely love it in a hunt because he opens with a locate and you can pretty well say "bear struck and treed"
I know EXACTLY what you mean with the map in the head, my fred dog does the same thing, he is wired 440
here a pic and video of him




Posted by micooner on 02-16-2010 04:22 AM:

don't know how my reply got squeezed in like that, sorry , anyway my fred dog has that memory card in his head too. I have lost count how many times he has gone back in and treed another one 50 ft away from the first. I have transported him up to half mile and had him go back and tree a different one.


Posted by redtide on 03-29-2011 03:10 AM:

I don't have a Fred dog, but do have a Bark female. That line is known for tracking ability. Good split tree tree dogs too. Mine lives up to that most of the time. She can work a cold track well, as I think most of the Lipper / Skuna River lines does.

They are also usually 2nd or 3rd strike dogs....mine is that usually too. They are often a little quieter on track, but open good enough. Again...mine is that, although the more I hunt her, the more she opens.

Most are good looking dogs, although looks don't tree coons!

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Posted by Ricochet17 on 03-29-2011 04:44 AM:

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Posted by Team Ram Jam! on 01-07-2013 02:23 AM:

Loud, classy tree dogs. Accurate dogs. Track drivers

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Posted by Jackson87 on 06-21-2013 03:01 AM:

Id like to hear more bout this Skuna River line.All the pics above are good built sharp lookin hounds.


Posted by Fisher13 on 06-21-2013 03:17 AM:

The good ones are loud action packed smart accurate split tree specialist, that can tree every breath.

The bad ones miss a lot and can stand on there head.


Posted by Morgan Richard on 06-21-2013 04:17 AM:

My buddy has a dog outta mojo and his mommas outta fred.. Hes the type of dog that you cant lay up for a cpl wks then decide to go to hunt.. But when hes hunted hard, is when he shines the best, doesnt need a leash and will split an stay split.. One of the hardest and loudest treedogs ive heard..

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Posted by THOMAS SANDERS on 06-21-2013 05:50 AM:

skuna river

i like them!!!

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