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clinewalkers
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Re: Re: Ron Moore

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I have hunted down your way a few times and believe me, those are some true mountains down there! Beautiful but nasty hunting terrain! We are loosing hunting territory yearly to housing development and people buying up tracks of land and logging them and posting them for deer hunting. I live up a 4 mile dead end hollow that used to afford me some great hunting on probably 2,000 acres. Now I'm down to probably 500 total acres and you'd better hope you don't get on some posted land. Seems every tree has a posted sign on it with some nasty comments. I still have some great neighbors that let me hunt but it will never be like before.


I know exactly what ya mean. Itís getting like that everywhere. I used to have some great hunting off rt 50 in oxford (Doddridge county) but after my grandpa passed away they quit letting me hunt and they practically watched me grow up. I still have a couple that letís me but itís like theyíre scared to death youíre gonna hurt theyíre land or something. And the deer hunters think if a dog gets on their land itís gonna ruin their deer hunting. We have a lot bigger bucks down here than up that way and I have coon hunted the same exact place as I killed nice bucks the day after. Iíve seen deer be bedded 50 yards from my dogs blowing the top out of a tree and the deer never move but theirs some crazy people in the world I guess. Lol

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Idk about the best All around state but Iíve hunted from Georgia to Michigan and probably 15 states in between. Hands down the best coon hunting you will ever turn a dog loose in is the Pecan Orchards On the Neosho River in NE Oklahoma. They are better than any hunting you will be in anywhere else in the country.

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Idk about the best All around state but Iíve hunted from Georgia to Michigan and probably 15 states in between. Hands down the best coon hunting you will ever turn a dog loose in is the Pecan Orchards On the Neosho River in NE Oklahoma. They are better than any hunting you will be in anywhere else in the country.

They would only love it if they like the idea of hunting a golf course with pecan trees lined up in a row for thousands of acres.
Allen would be in heaven lol!

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They would only love it if they like the idea of hunting a golf course with pecan trees lined up in a row for thousands of acres.
Allen would be in heaven lol!



And Iím just guessing but Iíd imagine those land owners would welcome coon hunters

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Kenneth Tavares
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Hereís a question for the guys that hunt big open timber like pecan orchards. Do the hounds seems to hunt deeper and faster if started in open timber or is it about the same as rougher terrain?

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Can't help you with that one KT... Only open timber mine get to see I mow every week...... But they fly through it back to the pen !!!! They are ready to eat when they get home from crawling through another cutover 😂

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The place I liked best was up in IL. It was rolling farmland with creeks winding through the area. The only woods were on each side of the creek and maybe 50 to 150 yards wide. Full of coon and a joy to hunt.

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Yea Bruce not sure what area you were in but I have family in Pittsfield which is in Pike county. Itís mostly as you described and tons of coons. Farmers poison tons of coons around that area every year and I swear thereís twice as many the next year

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quote:
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Hereís a question for the guys that hunt big open timber like pecan orchards. Do the hounds seems to hunt deeper and faster if started in open timber or is it about the same as rougher terrain?

As a rule they do hunt faster in those bottoms they don't have to go deeper if they are looking for coons.
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As a rule they do hunt faster in those bottoms they don't have to go deeper if they are looking for coons.
Chey



I was thinking young hounds would hunt faster in open timber.

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Can't help you with that one KT... Only open timber mine get to see I mow every week...... But they fly through it back to the pen !!!! They are ready to eat when they get home from crawling through another cutover 😂


You already know our hunting is about the same.

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Come to southeast tn, we are over run with both coon and great hunting.

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Daniel I'm suprised no one has mentioned that area before now. Thanks for your input any paticuler area ?

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I live in Southeast Tn and y'all have me so excited that I couldn't wait. Weatherman says lows in the 60's so I am heading to Illinois later today.

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Daniel I'm suprised no one has mentioned that area before now. Thanks for your input any paticuler area ?


I was 110% absolutely kidding. Southeast TN is the worst place you'd wanna go to hunt. Hunting land is dissappearing more and more every day and coon population stinks, not to mention how sorry our wildlife agency is, especially towards coonhunters. I've hunted all over and my hometown hunting is the armpit of the coonhunting world.

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