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southernthunder
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Re: Walker guy called still laughing

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Originally posted by nextcoonhunters
I read that to a comp walker hunter and he said a guy that hunts comp with blueticks wrote that. I said yes. He laughed the rest of the time. I don't know what he could have found so funny?


probably because he isn't used to seeing independent blueticks. I totally understand.

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Again, Iím not looking for a dead loner. And accuracy is as high as anything on the list.

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I think your on the right track. Accuracy is very important. From my experience independence only gets better as they age.

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Independence

Has anyone mentioned big country !!! I mean hell look at what heís done !!! There bringing grand nite walker females to him to breed !! If that doesnít open your eyes nothing will !! You guys need to take the blinders off and open them eyes up and look at what heís reproducing!! When fellas are taking other breeds to him and u guys wonít just because heís not out of old so and so !!

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accuracy is a combination of nose and brains. imo the better the nose and smarter the hound is the more accurate it is and quicker to locate the coon. this is why I love an air scenting hound. this type is usually much faster at locating a coon while coming into the tree as apposed to the type that has to smell all over a tree and circle it to make sure. an independent hound that can air scent can be deadly in a cast and especially when the coon aren't moving. nothing more fun than being able to strike and tree your hound in one breath then wait for the other hounds to check it and be around the tree when you handle your hound. plus mine and minus yours separates the score quick lol. there will always be those dogs that will cover and start treeing just because, but will be shut out of their strike points and can only score the tree points still separating your hound from theirs in points at every tree. I know this post is about independent hounds, but sense accuracy was brought up I thought I would share my view. I'm sorry for getting off the subject.

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5 Time World Qualifier and 3 Peat Zone Champion
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Re: Independence

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Originally posted by littleharry_80
Has anyone mentioned big country !!! I mean hell look at what heís done !!! There bringing grand nite walker females to him to breed !! If that doesnít open your eyes nothing will !! You guys need to take the blinders off and open them eyes up and look at what heís reproducing!! When fellas are taking other breeds to him and u guys wonít just because heís not out of old so and so !!


that isn't helping the bluetick breed at all. breeding into other breeds with a better hound only allows the other breeds to gain further. I was asked several times to breed walker females and wouldn't because I didn't think this was in any way helping our breed and sure didn't want to give their breed anymore advantage. I could care less what the walker breed does. I've never hunted with Country but have friends who have and said he was nice. I hope he is able to cover nice bluetick females instead of other breeds. those breeds are lacking in accuracy and indepence and that is the reason they want to breed to a nice blue dog. those are the reasons I was told when they asked me to breed their females.

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2015 ARKANSAS STATE PURINA CONTENDER CAST WINNER / HIGH SCORE
2015 MISSOURI STATE PURINA CONTENDER CAST WINNER / HIGH SCORE
2015 OKLAHOMA STATE PURINA CONTENDER CAST WINNER
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2015 INDIANA STATE PURINA CONTEDER CAST WINNER
2015 BBOA ZONE 7 CHAMPION / DOUBLE CAST WINNER / HIGH SCORE / KING OF HUNT
2015 BBOA TEXAS STATE CHAMPION / HIGH SCORE / KING OF HUNT
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2015 UNITED ENGLISH ARKANSAS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPION / HIGH SCORE OVERALL CHAMPION
2015 BBOA YOUTH NATIONALS CAST WINNER 2ND OVERALL HIGH SCORE
2015 BBOA ZONE 7 HOUND OF THE YEAR
2015 BBOA/BBCHA GRAND REUNION RQE 1ST PLACE IOWA
2015 BBOA NATIONAL BLUETICK DAYS INVITATIONAL CAST WINNER / 1ST RUNNER UP
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5 Time World Qualifier and 3 Peat Zone Champion
Too many wins to list them all
2020 Performance Sire at Stud
GRCH GRNITECH PR HAMLIN'S DAVIE CROCKET HTX

Thanks to everyone who has breed to Crocket or is hunting one of his offspring

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Country

He would breed to bluetick females if the bluetick guys would haul them to him. Thatís why the bluetick breed has not gotten any better and never will if they wonít open there eyes and breed to ability instead of well that not out of my blood lines so canít use him lol . Go to a big blue hunt and heíll everyoneís got there own little click and if u arenít hunting there stuff they donít want to fool with u lol

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I understand completely

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2015 TRIPLE CROWN CHAMPION
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2015 AUTUMN OAKS NATIONAL GRNITECH BLUETICK
2015 AUTUMN OAKS GRAND 16
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2015 WINTER CLASSIC DOUBLE CAST WINNER PURINA POINTS EVENT
2015 WINTER CLASSIC BBOA HIGH SCORING BLUETICK
2015 ARKANSAS STATE PURINA CONTENDER CAST WINNER / HIGH SCORE
2015 MISSOURI STATE PURINA CONTENDER CAST WINNER / HIGH SCORE
2015 OKLAHOMA STATE PURINA CONTENDER CAST WINNER
2015 KENTUCKY STATE PURINA CONTENDER CAST WINNER
2015 INDIANA STATE PURINA CONTEDER CAST WINNER
2015 BBOA ZONE 7 CHAMPION / DOUBLE CAST WINNER / HIGH SCORE / KING OF HUNT
2015 BBOA TEXAS STATE CHAMPION / HIGH SCORE / KING OF HUNT
2015 BBOA / WESTERN ENGLISH SHOOTOUT DOUBLE CAST WINNER / HIGH SCORE / KING OF HUNT
2015 UNITED ENGLISH ARKANSAS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPION / HIGH SCORE OVERALL CHAMPION
2015 BBOA YOUTH NATIONALS CAST WINNER 2ND OVERALL HIGH SCORE
2015 BBOA ZONE 7 HOUND OF THE YEAR
2015 BBOA/BBCHA GRAND REUNION RQE 1ST PLACE IOWA
2015 BBOA NATIONAL BLUETICK DAYS INVITATIONAL CAST WINNER / 1ST RUNNER UP
2015 ELBERT VAUGHN MEMORIAL CHAMPION
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2015 BOOMER SOONER CLASSIC CHAMPION
2015 WESTERN ENGLISH SPRING CLASSIS CAST WINNER
2015 OKLAHOMA STATE YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIP CAST WINNER
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2015 UKC WORLD HUNT CAST WINNER
2016 PURINA NATIONALS CAST WINNER / BREED CHAMPION / HIGH SCORING BLUETICK
5 Time World Qualifier and 3 Peat Zone Champion
Too many wins to list them all
2020 Performance Sire at Stud
GRCH GRNITECH PR HAMLIN'S DAVIE CROCKET HTX

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Iím not line blind or color blind. A Coondog is a Coondog no matter the color or blood. I am surprised nobody mentioned him before you. I know of a couple that are nice natural independent hounds. I am curious to see what percentage of his pups are independent like him. I see a lot of people taking their blue females to him. Only drawback I have heard from people is the stud fee. My buddy crossed his Nitech jet bred female over him and got some nice pups. I think he can really help a lot of dogs. But I am curious to see how much independence he passes on.

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BC

I bred 2 blue females to him. I have keep 4 of the pups so I'm bound to find out what he can reproduce.

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BC ??

I read a piece a while back where John Strickland stated that they had bred BC a total of 35 times in less than 2 months (I believe) but the numbers may be off a little. But to answer the question whether or not Bluetick breeders aren't taking their females to him, twenty some were blueticks, so, yes the blue guys are breeding to him along with other off colored dogs. I wanted to go to BC a while back when I bred my female but several things made me choose another stud. First, I couldn't afford to pay $800 for a breeding that I wasn't sure would take. It was my females first litter and she had only ever been in season one other time and her cycles were nearly a year apart so I wasn't sure what would happen. Second, I was afraid of the AI for the same reason plus it would be more expensive. Now, before I get, (but you could sell the pups for a load of $$$$), yes you're probably right but what if it all went south and she would have had problems or never took at all? It's a big risk raising pups and I like to play the odds in my favor. Now that my female has had pups, I may consider BC on another breeding if it's in the stars.

Now getting back to the original question about independence. A dog should be 100% natural IMO, that includes independence. That way, when and if you decide to breed that dog, you know its all natural and not man made. There are so many things that man can do to make a dog appear different on the outside but if you breed that dog, it won't pass on the man made things, it will only pass on the natural bred in traits it was born with. For instance, if a dog is mean on the tree but the owner/handler has broke that dog from that trait, it will/may pass that unwanted trait to it's offspring. Independence is good to a certain degree. If one will leave a tree just because another dog comes in, well, you can have that one cause I don't want it.

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Well here we go.....

quote:
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anything Hamlin breed. Crocket was the most natural reproducer of independence I've ever seen, but we have seen it in his offspring too.



If Crockett was the most natural reproducer of independance........why did you say "but we have seen it in his offsprimg too".....thats noted above.......did he reproduce this trait in other breedings than blueticks....??? im curious what other breeds did he reproduce this in?? Did he also reproduce the willingness to fight at the tree??.....I seen in the blodlines he was carrying two scratches at one time?? Please elaborate on that..... Just so anyone wanting one of your similar bred puppies will know what theyre getting.........

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Re: Re: Independence

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that isn't helping the bluetick breed at all. breeding into other breeds with a better hound only allows the other breeds to gain further. I was asked several times to breed walker females and wouldn't because I didn't think this was in any way helping our breed and sure didn't want to give their breed anymore advantage. I could care less what the walker breed does. I've never hunted with Country but have friends who have and said he was nice. I hope he is able to cover nice bluetick females instead of other breeds. those breeds are lacking in accuracy and indepence and that is the reason they want to breed to a nice blue dog. those are the reasons I was told when they asked me to breed their females.




Yall didnt do nothing with crockett either, bred the dick offof him for what 8 years and produced 3 ntch dogs all titled right there in stigler, same as him..........bunch of home cooking going on around there they tell me..........

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here is some words of wisdom for you:

its better to be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt

please by all means keep talking bad about me. every time you do I get blessed. I'm going to pray for you!

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HOME OF: GRNITECH GRCH PR HAMLIN'S DAVIE CROCKET HTX
2015 TRIPLE CROWN CHAMPION
2015 PURINA RACE BREED CHAMPION
2015 AUTUMN OAKS NATIONAL GRNITECH BLUETICK
2015 AUTUMN OAKS GRAND 16
2015 AUTUMN OAKS BBOA / BBCHA HIGH SCORING BLUETICK
2015 WINTER CLASSIC DOUBLE CAST WINNER PURINA POINTS EVENT
2015 WINTER CLASSIC BBOA HIGH SCORING BLUETICK
2015 ARKANSAS STATE PURINA CONTENDER CAST WINNER / HIGH SCORE
2015 MISSOURI STATE PURINA CONTENDER CAST WINNER / HIGH SCORE
2015 OKLAHOMA STATE PURINA CONTENDER CAST WINNER
2015 KENTUCKY STATE PURINA CONTENDER CAST WINNER
2015 INDIANA STATE PURINA CONTEDER CAST WINNER
2015 BBOA ZONE 7 CHAMPION / DOUBLE CAST WINNER / HIGH SCORE / KING OF HUNT
2015 BBOA TEXAS STATE CHAMPION / HIGH SCORE / KING OF HUNT
2015 BBOA / WESTERN ENGLISH SHOOTOUT DOUBLE CAST WINNER / HIGH SCORE / KING OF HUNT
2015 UNITED ENGLISH ARKANSAS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPION / HIGH SCORE OVERALL CHAMPION
2015 BBOA YOUTH NATIONALS CAST WINNER 2ND OVERALL HIGH SCORE
2015 BBOA ZONE 7 HOUND OF THE YEAR
2015 BBOA/BBCHA GRAND REUNION RQE 1ST PLACE IOWA
2015 BBOA NATIONAL BLUETICK DAYS INVITATIONAL CAST WINNER / 1ST RUNNER UP
2015 ELBERT VAUGHN MEMORIAL CHAMPION
2015 BILL JACKSON MEMORIAL CHAMPION
2015 BOOMER SOONER CLASSIC CHAMPION
2015 WESTERN ENGLISH SPRING CLASSIS CAST WINNER
2015 OKLAHOMA STATE YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIP CAST WINNER
2015 BLUETICK CHALLENGE CHAMPION
2015 BBOA OKLAHOMA STATE CHAMPION / DOUBLE CAST WINNER / HIGH SCORE / KING OF HUNT
2015 UKC WORLD HUNT CAST WINNER
2016 PURINA NATIONALS CAST WINNER / BREED CHAMPION / HIGH SCORING BLUETICK
5 Time World Qualifier and 3 Peat Zone Champion
Too many wins to list them all
2020 Performance Sire at Stud
GRCH GRNITECH PR HAMLIN'S DAVIE CROCKET HTX

Thanks to everyone who has breed to Crocket or is hunting one of his offspring

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