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Registered: May 2012
Location: Amerika land of the free?
I would not say mine are close but they are not get deep quick either, I can road hunt them, rig them, if I free cast they seldom go over a 1/4-1/2 if they do not strike they come back load up and go somewhere else. Handle is the key or maybe hunting type/style is more appropriate. I would say there are 4 types/styles of dogs out there. 1-get deep quick COMP bred dogs ,2-just average easy going REAL GOOD HANDLING, GRADE , CROSSBRED now called X-BRED, country coon dogs, 3-Majestic,Gascon, Blakesley Redbones,Wagoner Night Rider BLK-N-TANS ETC. 4-TREEING CUR/MT CUR. No style is wrong or right it all depends on what style the hunter likes or prefers, ones age , job , kids etc.,type of terrain you like to hunt or have to hunt etc. and furbearers one likes to hunt as well. with fur prices down there are more coon,cat, grey and red fox plus coyote than ever and Lion and Bear populations are increasing as well. Not to mention the feral pig nuisance. JMHO
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