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Misty river
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Location: oakvale ms
Posts: 1894

Sheba 11




Sure glad to have this little girl home. Joey Walters has had her at his house for the past couple of months, hunting her and putting her in some competition hunts. I think he won 3 casts with her and I think she likes 3 more wins to be grand. I thank Joey and Tad for everything they've done. I took her out hunting last night and looked at 2 in short order.

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Misty river
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Sheba 11




Took Sheba and my Jim pup out again tonight. I cast them down a branch, they went In a ways and never struck. After a while they came back in and we moved on down toward the river. I turned them out near a feeder, trying to get my pup on a good track, but they didn't strike on the feeder. They went on in about 350 yards and the pup came back, but about the time he got back to me Sheba struck. Jim heard Sheba when she struck and took off back to her. I was watching the Garmen and right after he got to her she treed and he treed with her for a short time, but he quit treeing before I got to them. He stayed close to the tree and he would get up on it and smell. I petted him up some. I didn't find him at first, but I shook a vine and he looked at me. That's 3 for 3 since I got her back. Sheba has always been real accurate so I thought I would keep up with it for a while, The only trouble with that is me finding them. If he don't look at me I have trouble finding them, but we'll see how it goes.

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Squirrel hunt




We had a good hunt this morning. We hunted where there was a lot of big pines and not many vines, but with some good dog work and these guy not missing very many, We managed to get 15.

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Sheba 11 and Ruby




Tad Walters came over and hunted with me last night, he brought Ruby along and I hunted Sheba 11. We had a good hunt and Ruby did a good job. It was a good night to coonhunt. It was a dark night and the temp was about right. It was misting rain at times. We made two trees with coons on the outside and two den trees. The only problem we had was at some times during the hunt Sheba lost her Shock Collar that I keep on her to tone her back in at the end of the hunt if she's too far to hear me call her. the picture above shows that she still had it on at the first tree. We are going hunting in that same area tonight and we will be on the lookout for it. It will be flashing for the next 24 hrs. or so, but they did a lot of trailing in those sloughs so I have no hope of finding it. I called my friend Jeremy Purvis this morning and he told me that he had a collar just like mine that he had lost the remote a while back, so I took my remote over there and we hooked it up and charged it and it works fine. Good friends, We cant make it with out them.

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Sheba and Ruby





Tad Walters came over last night and Brought Ruby over for a hunt. and also brought Tate and another young guy with him, I'm sorry I cant remember the other boys name, but them are two tough young boys. We had a good hunt. They struck the first one real quick and took him in about 150 yards and jammed him in a den tree. He was on the inside so we didn't get to look at him. We loaded up and went on down toward the river. We cast them and they struck at 500 yards and worked it on in to 750 yards and treed. We got on the side by side and got to within about 175 yards and started walking. We came to a big slough and they were treed on the other side. I told Tad that the only place to cross without getting wet was back at the side by side, so we walked back and crossed the slough, Them 2 girls were knocking the top out of it. When we got to them they were treed up a tall Cypress. Tad found the coon pretty quick. We leashed the dogs and went back to the side by side. The boys were still wide open, but me and Tad were pretty tired so we called it a night.

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Sheba 11




had a nice hunt with Sheba and Jim last night. We just made one tree. I wanted to get another coon out on Jim. We treed one pretty quick and the coon was looking at me. but I had left the rifle at home on the porch, so we made it a short hunt.

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