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Big spike hamme
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Iso ...cur that cast like a hound!!!

Anyone have one for sale ?? Wanting a straight coon dog !! Will NOT be hunting squirrels....

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bphart8530
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Registered: Aug 2016
Location: Seville, OH
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Hard to find

A lot of people have them (or claim to at least) but they’re hard to find. I have a grade female hunts like she shot out of a rocket dead silent trees a lot of pop ups and you can bet she ain’t for sale!

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tn russ
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Imo youll find what you're looking for in a squirrel dog. Most will make coon dogs if you hunt them. Just not many people training curs for coon and pushing them .

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nccatfisher
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There are a few that have them, most that do spent years of breeding/buying/culling to get to where they could depend on the majority of them being that way. Once they get them they usually don't turn them loose. Or that has been my observation.

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Why would you want a cur to hunt like a hound

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nccatfisher
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Why would you want a cur to hunt like a hound
For coon hunting many, myself included if you are in an area that isn't riddled with coons you have to have them that hunt like a hound to find coons regularly. I refuse to walk hunt them. I want them to cast off the tailgate and go get treed.

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