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Reuben
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What makes Big Country a great Hunting Dog?

Does he have the ability to strike on a track quickly?

Does he have the ability to work a track quickly?

What all can he do that makes treeing a coon look easy?

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Ray Watson
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Go listen to the houndsman xp podcast. John and Ashley are on there talking about big country. Everything you asking in your post they talk about. John even compares big country to bad habit.

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