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southernthunder
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I'm believing with you. The Bible says now faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen.

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steve bankston
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Bo x Roxy pups

My 2 pups, Rango and Neo, are 6 months old now. They lead, load and Iíve taken each one at night with Roxy a couple times. Havenít shown them a live Coon yet, probably will next month. Took Neo tonight for the third time. Heís went every step with Roxy the other two times and tonight he was off to himself at over 600 yards deep in Black Branch Swamp. Roxy struck a good track and got treed at close to a thousand yards deep. When I rode up the little county road to get closer, Neo met me on edge of road but went back to the tree when I started walking to Roxy. He was all up on the tree and vines going into it, smelling it over good. When she struck the track he came across the swamp the hundred yards to her and opened a few times. Never had a pup hunt this deep and fast this young. At 3 weeks old he would crawl away from the other pups and was the second one that figured out how to climb out of the kiddy pool I had them in. Then he would crawl around in the building exploring. Once they got 5 weeks old and playing in the yard, he was always by himself, never wanting to play and wrestle with his littermates. I said then that he was a loner, peculiar acting for a little puppy. Totally different attitude than a normal pup. Iím seeing that more and more as he gets older. When I take him to the farm in the daytime and cut them loose, Rango wants to wrestle and play but Neo gets loose from him and runs wild across the fields into the swamp. Iíve had him go over 700 yards and had to run him down in the rhino because he was headed back toward the road. Iíve felt since he was 3 weeks old he would be a wild, go fast and far type hunting dog and after tonight I believe more than ever Iím right. Iíve heard his Great Grandsire, Bodacious, was a big, wide hunting dog that would end up way in yonder and I feel Neo is gonna do the same. Not scared of the dark whatsoever and donít need his mama with him to go. He has no fear and seems to know heís suppose to be looking for something he just doesnít know what just yet. Iím going to get some corn souring and start filling up my tire feeders in different places. Once I flip their switch with a live Coon, I will hunt them separate, one at the time, in the area with a feeder until they treeing their on Coon. Right now they getting use to going at night and getting use to the swamp. Loving what Iím seeing so far.

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Deer Season, Coon Hunting

Deer season is coming to an end here in Mississippi next week. It was another good year hunting on the farm with the grandkids, Cayden and Mason. Mason killed a 7 point during Thanksgiving break and an 8 point the Saturday after Christmas. Cayden killed a 9 point the Wednesday after Christmas. Hard to believe just 6 months ago Cayden underwent brain surgeries for an AVM at childrenís hospital in Boston. Heís a walking miracle from God. I sat with him when he came to hunt because his mom said the doctor said he could have seizures from loud noise or bright lights. Mason hunted our shooting houses sitting by himself when he shot his bucks. Awesome job for a 13 year old, they both put great shots on their bucks and I didnít have to track any of them. I didnít hunt the farm at all except with them until they got their bucks and were done for the season. I went over there Saturday evening and wasnít in the Rusty Rack Shack shooting house but 40 minutes and a big buck came out. I could tell his rack was busted up from fighting but I didnít care, I filled the freezer. Dropped in his tracks. One side was broke off and the other side half the rack was gone and the points that were left were broken off to. He had scars on his neck and puncture wounds in his hind quarter from being run off by another big buck. Been Coon hunting fairly regularly and my pups are progressing good. They just 7 months old but go every step with their mom or dad, Bo and Roxy. I took Neo with Bo the other night and they struck over a thousand yards deep and puta Coon in a hole in the ground by a creek. Neo was giving it hell when I got to them, trying to help Bo dig him out. I hooked them back and found a long limb and run it up into the hole and out came the Coon, headed down the creek. Bo saw him and was screaming so I cut him loose then Neo. Neo went back to the whole bawling and digging. Bo treed the Coon a hundred yards down the creek. I left him to run again. Both pups have big big mouths and lots of giddy up. Good looking rascals to and well built. Looking like both of them will make good ones, by this time next year I should have solid Coon dogs out of them. Now that the bitter cold and zero degrees wind chills of last week are gone, itís 70 degrees and raining sideways. They saying we could get 10 to 15 inches of rain between now and Saturday. Sure hope they wrong, I hate dealing with river flooding here at the house. Glad the pups ainít scared of water because the swamp will be full by the weekend.

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Thankful

Mr. Steve. I have been reading and following your thread for years. I live over in Georgia. I have hunted different breeds but still own and prefer a good blue dog. I have a young blue female coming along nicely now. Your post reignited my desire to hunt that I thought I had lost several years ago. You are a great writer and even better story teller. I am thankful for your stories and posts as they are educational and inspirational. I wish you good luck with the pups and pray for good health for you so you can keep those dogs in the woods. I hope you continue this thread for as long as it continues to bring you joy. You never know whoís life you might change and inspire with your stories. Happy hunting.

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