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Pat Bizich
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Here is a fun tree to score

Okay this actually happened on a hunt. This will be fun. After I get every ones feed back I will tell you what happened.
Four dog cast.
All dogs are struck immediately as they were turned onto a coon track .
For sake of keeping points easily ciphered lets say Dogs struck A,B,C,D in that order.
Dog A and B hit a tree about 20 yard in front of the cast .
Dog A is immediately treed. B is there but not yet declared treed .
Dog A leaves the tree takes minus comes back to the tree and immediately gets re-treed. Tree time is restarted .B is still at the tree but not yet declared .
Mean time dog C can be heard out running in a field about 100 yards away and dog D is right handed about 50-80 yds or so.
Time is winding down on dog A's tree. Dog C is closing in. Dog B is now declared treed for second tree on the tree about 20 yds in front of cast with dog A. Dog D is now also declared treed about the same 50-80 yds right handed. But I will caution you the handler never says split but it is pretty obvious of course it is on another tree.
Tree is closed. Still only two dogs on this tree. C still running and dog D still right handed
Get to tree and the two dogs at the tree are actually Dog B and Dog D.
Before shining can start here comes dog C and before you can spit here comes Dog A.
All dogs are now handled. The tree is plus.

Go to it . Give me a score.

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A 350-
B 200+
C 50-
D 100+

I moved b and d up, that might get ?ed. I moved them up bc A was never really at the tree

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That is a fun one..... a bunch going on but score-able. Sounds like more log time in the timber with their dogs during the week might be good.

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A 350-
B 150+
C 50-
D 150-
Also on another note, dog a is facing a scratchable offense for his handler calling the wrong dog twice. But probably didn't happen.

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Bill(Chew)
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A -350 Left tree twice, - tract for coming into + tree
B +150
C -50 - track for coming into + tree
D -150 if he was put on score card as a separate tree
+75 if he was put on the card as 3rd tree

D should have been treed as separate if it was obvious, other wise he would have been considered on the same tree.

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A -350 Left tree twice, - tract for coming into + tree
B +150
C -50 - track for coming into + tree
D -150 if he was put on score card as a separate tree
+75 if he was put on the card as 3rd tree

D should have been treed as separate if it was obvious, other wise he would have been considered on the same tree.



This is correct but you have to remember dog D was never declared split so unless the judge declared him split before they got to the tree then D is 75+

He can't go on a separate tree unless he is treed after the tree time or unless he is declared split.

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The judge Shouldve told dog d he was in for 125 if it was obvious and 2 dogs freeing at 20 yards and him at 80 yards right handed, should be very obvious!

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Why does everyone assume the handler of D. didn't know his dog was at the tree with B. The handler of A. May of been the only confused one

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I suspect Pat was the handler of dog A and also the judge.

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