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turman
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The only time this causes problems is when the judge doesn't rule on it until after scoring starts. Decide whether it's one or split then start shining. Had trees called split then the judge changed his mind because my tree had a coon and his didn't.

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Telephone poles touch for miles how far is the cut off point ?

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Telephone poles touch for miles how far is the cut off point ?

Tar



UKC has always said one pole each way, Tar you need to get the advisor

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Either Tarbaby can't read or he has a very poor memory. One tree over has been posted on the interweb numerous times. My memory has gotten awful but even I know that.

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by sleepy head
UKC has always said one pole each way, Tar you need to get the advisor [/QUOTE

Which one ? Richard , Bruce , or Allen ?


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[QUOTE]Originally posted by sleepy head
UKC has always said one pole each way, Tar you need to get the advisor [/QUOTE

Which one ? Richard , Bruce , or Allen ?


Tar



All three are excellent, but go with big Al

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Mr Gingerich is where I get my info. I don't always agree with him but he is always right.

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Mr Gingerich is where I get my info. I don't always agree with him but he is always right.



You ever tell him you didnt agree with him ? I did didnít work out well for me lol.



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.....I realize that UKC has left a lot of "interpretation" in the rules to give handlers the leeway to use "honor" and common sense. Now this is great theoretically and sounds good on paper but in the real world of comp hunting it causes a lot of problems.


Yes, I do all of the time but it doesn't get me in any trouble. I wonder why that is?

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Yes, I do all of the time but it doesn't get me in any trouble. I wonder why that is?



You both hunt redbones ?


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Oh my goodness, that is probably it. We Redbone guys always stick together. Reasoning like this maybe why you stay in trouble.

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Oh my goodness, that is probably it. We Redbone guys always stick together. Reasoning like this maybe why you stay in trouble.



I ainít no trouble I am pure as the driven snow.


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trees don't legitimately nearly as much as guys try to pretend
there is a thing called crown shyness where trees naturally keep themselves from touching.

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