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jkhutch
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Pines and dens!!

Heck I will take a circle any day as long it gets treed and independent. Itís hard to win a $$$ hunt by not making a tree!!!! Sometime it doesnít take Coons to win.
Find me a 18 month old redbone that hunts great alone, is independent, will get treed and stay put while others are running around them.
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Redbones:
GRNTCH PKC Ch PR Hutch's Big Walnut Boone HTX DNA-V(Haze X Reba)-
2 Time UKC World Top 100
UKC World Top 20 (13th)
UKC Purina Redbone of the year
PKC Redbone CH
UKC Top Producers List
UKC Winter Classic High Scoring Redbone
Co owned with Richard Lambert

NtCh Hard Times Cash( PR X PR) AKA "TOBB"

GrNtCh PKC Ch One Chance Fancy- (Boone X Toadie)
2018 Autumn Oaks Grand 16
2018 Grand National Redbone
2018 Redbones Days RQE 1st Place

Current youngins-
Big Walnuts Back Home Indiana (Shock X Fancy) Co owned with Roger Shabel
PR Big Walnuts River Banks (Fancy X Moose)

Walkers-
NTCh PKC CH Jebís Finley River Peanut- Co owned with Bishop Stallcop
Claremont PKC Legacy hunt Final 4
PKC Breeders Showcase Final 4
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My granny used to say that you can't make an omelet without breaking a few eggs.

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John B.Dalton
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Location: Kenbridge,va
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Jo-nathan 10, they aren't my dogs. There owners must be nuts but then they do hunt Redbones. They didn't say that they were worth that much, they just said that it would take that much to buy them. How much would it take to buy your dog and how many comp hunt wins does it have?

Johnny, Banks is the dog that I hunted. I sure do like him.


Glad to see you have a good time down south my friend and as always its good to see yall!! Prices now are supply and demand type price.. Its actually good for guys to get this for some of these dogs..Granted its bad if you need a good one and its priced like that..

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Johnny, at least they will price them. I know of several that can't be bought, no matter what the price. One man told me that he would sell his wife before he would sell his Redbone. He said that he could get another good wife but he could not get another good Redbone.

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A man that sales a dang good dog, I'm talking the ones in the top 10%, for any price, isn't in this game for the same reasons I am that's for certain. That or they're lucky enough to own 2 at the same time that are both in the top 10%.

I guess every hunter may have that certain amount of money that'll make them look up, but I've seen those with way less than most when it came to money STILL not budge when they really loved the sport and FINALLY made one that broke the mold.

I don't have that luxury here, but I'm not sure I wish I did either, I like to test the limits of any hound and I can dry hole mine, yours, or anybody's for 30 straight days and if that dog is still walking me to coons at the end of that 30 days, he's a rare specimen. And in a comp hunt, those type can still be beat obviously, but if you walk these hills and thickets Monday-Thursday and still like what you're walking to even if you lose on Friday and Saturday, you better keep that sucker.

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A man that sales a dang good dog, I'm talking the ones in the top 10%, for any price, isn't in this game for the same reasons I am that's for certain. That or they're lucky enough to own 2 at the same time that are both in the top 10%.

I guess every hunter may have that certain amount of money that'll make them look up, but I've seen those with way less than most when it came to money STILL not budge when they really loved the sport and FINALLY made one that broke the mold.

I don't have that luxury here, but I'm not sure I wish I did either, I like to test the limits of any hound and I can dry hole mine, yours, or anybody's for 30 straight days and if that dog is still walking me to coons at the end of that 30 days, he's a rare specimen. And in a comp hunt, those type can still be beat obviously, but if you walk these hills and thickets Monday-Thursday and still like what you're walking to even if you lose on Friday and Saturday, you better keep that sucker.


Couldnt have said it better..No price for a hound is going to make you filthy rich so if you really really like that hound almost 100 percent every night they usually die at my house

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I talked to a boy last night that paid me $500 for a puppy 4 mos ago. She is 6 mos old now and is running and treeing all by herself. She has never been hunted with another dog. I offered to buy her back for $4,000 but he turned it down. He said that she was priceless.

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I talked to a boy last night that paid me $500 for a puppy 4 mos ago. She is 6 mos old now and is running and treeing all by herself. She has never been hunted with another dog. I offered to buy her back for $4,000 but he turned it down. He said that she was priceless.


See there...smart fella!

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Wade Kuhns
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Got anymore of those pups Richard?

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