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Registered: Aug 2013
Location: Seneca, Mo
Originally posted by Redneck Mafia
The kicker is that the close dog cannot check in and when being recut for 2 hours they are likely to run out of coons to tree. A dog that only hunts out a few hundred yards is limited in it's sucess by it's hunting style, the terrain and coon population of the area. Some places deep is a necessity and some hunting locations not so much. We hunt a few where a dog may 800 yards before they ever get struck. A hunter is and will continue to be more successful hunting a dog that hunts until called in and trees coons wherever they are near or far. These dogs are not limited by they're hunting style.
A tree them as they come to them dog (accurately) and faster than the rest (track speed) is the best bet for consistent success the new no leash lock should highlight this even more.
Cheyenne & Jennifer Cummings
Seneca , MO
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