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Bruce m. Conkey
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Tar what do you say about these numbers?

320 or so last night was an impressive number.
80 cast then 20 cast. Then 20 winners. With all the results reported and everyone in bed so it can be done again tonight.

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I'd say the numbers were expected.

The reporting is very impressive!

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Richard Lambert
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Excellant job but but all cast winners advance so scores don't matter. The cast winners are sent back out as soon as they come back in without waiting on deadline. Late round casts are sent back out from satellite clubs. Casts are drawn out by 5:30 pm. Casts are in a hurry to get back and either go back out or get to bed and get ready for the next night. They have lots of help, probably 5 or 6 paid experienced guys/gals making sure everything runs smoothly. All of that makes it easier but it is still a very well run hunt. It is amazing how smoothly a professional coon hunt can be run. Everyone is very serious. They are there to hunt, not visit or b.s. It is a very different atmosphere, all business.

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novicane65
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PKC World hunt

179 casts hunted
Not 1 cast winner won with minus
If anyone hasn't experienced that hunt they should go. Like King Richard said, "It's all business". The hunting is good, the guides take pride where they put you. The satellite clubs are good. If there's any questions they get heard in a timely manner.

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Richard Lambert
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Actually as it was pointed out to me they hunted 79 casts. Their numbers started at 100.

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Thatís apparently 316 hounds....Not to shabby

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Bruce m. Conkey
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Richard is right about a different atmosphere. That is what is great about our sport. There is something for everyone on any level of budget or dog power.

No one atmosphere is the best. You receive joy out of life by finding your lane and sticking to it.

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Mr Conkey is exactly right, different hunts for different people. One hunt is not "better" for everyone. Decide what atmosphere you like best and attend that type hunt. Do you like to "visit" or are you serious and "all business"? Or are you a little bit of both like I am? It is about impossible for one kennel club to please everyone. I guess that is why we have two different ones.

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I love to coon hunt but I have to disagree you ONLY receive true joy in life from Jesus Christ

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NO Doubt those are impressive numbers MANY FOLKS BEHIND THE SCENES MAKIN IT HAPPEN Great job BY PKC GUIDES ,JUDGES and SATALLITE CLUBS

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Am gonna ask this question again. Since ukc has gone to basically the same format. Will the winter classic still be a two night hunt ? Or will the ones that win on Friday night advance to Saturday? Or will it stay the same an you will have to have 2 cast wins an high scoring dog wins the whole thing? There is a lot of feeder buckets going on at that hunt.

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Then again I would like to see the Wednesday an Thursday slam hunts be the two nights to qualify for Friday night. Saturday night will determine the overall winner. Make it interesting.

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