Black Ash Bawl
UKC Forum Member
Registered: Aug 2014
I never had one that bad, it was just an example. If I did have one like that , the first time it had to go to the vet and cost more money I would have to bury it. My worst hound was a B&T I bought from Kuester in rhinelander. They are mostly big game hounds, old fashion , long ear with a 30 inch tip to tip. You probably heard of them being from minnesota. I'm talking 1985. I bought her for coon, but she was slow , beautiful bawl mouth, My first hound so I was probably to blame. After that hound I really did my reseach , Looked thru my B&T yearbook and seen all the hounds that were bred by Art Hunziker. I went down to Illinois and picked up 2 pups. My hunting buddy at the time, Who hunted many years and his dad hunted coon also. He was just amazed at what natural born coon hunters these 2 dogs were. There were alot of people hunting that line of hounds. But with the competition hunts not favoring cold nose hounds, this line of hounds is pretty hard to find. My favorite hound is the redbone that is 7 right now. Outlaw / moonlight breeding, all grand litter. Beautiful bawl mouth, and very accurate , I'm talking 90 percent of the time I see the coon, Be a big bow hunter , I only hunt from late november until the mesquitos get too bad. And this dog has only had 1 coon shot out to her in 7 years, I do not carry a gun. My hunting buddy mentioned earlier told me one day he wanted to shot one more coon in his life yet. That night I took him out and we got that coon for him. Thats the rest of the story.
I have my best hound now. Cricket out of Moonlight/Outlaw Mac by Feldmans Roxie,
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