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Re: track dogs
Originally posted by oldsouth123
I'm no expert but I've owned and trained a few pretty good dogs in my time.You can pretty much tell what kind of a track dog he'll be at a really young age.The first time he hits a red hot track,if he takes it and tries to drive it,he may spend a lot of time running over it but that will take care of it's self in time.If he takes it and starts booing and trailing it he'll die booing and trailing.He may improve some but he'll always be a trailing dog with few exceptions.You take a young dog ,regardless of age ,six months or twenty months the first time he tree's a red hot track alone he will hold as much pressure as he will at five years old.You don't have to drag hides all over and hang them in tree's to get them to tree.If people would quit breeding these man made dogs and breed for natural ability you would see a big difference in the quality of dogs.Just think, you don't have to drag deer hides around to get dogs to run them and they've never caught one.A beagle that's never seen a rabbit will run one,it's natural.All you have to do is pick the lines that have natural track driving and treeing ability.
I've seen a couple deer get caught before. And 1 night it happened 2017 pic world hunt Thursday night, Doyle caught a 7 point buck in a dry creek bed about 300 yards from the cast. I won't say it happens a lot of often but I've seen it more than once.
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