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2ol2hunt
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Registered: Nov 2011
Location: north ala.
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Excuse my ignorance but...

Every early fall on here I read about the bean fields and corn fields in Indiana and Ohio and what a problem folks have getting their dogs out of them. Someone please explain this to me. We have bean, corn and cotton fields in Alabama and I can't see the problem with coonhunting around them or in them. Explain the problem to me.

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micooner
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I don't think it's much of a problem unless your dog gets on a coyote, then you might have a problem getting them out. I don't.

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River Birch Run
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Beans get knee high, dense and all vine up. You can't hardly walk in them. So it's pretty much a coon maze. Smart coon know a dog can't get threw them as fast as they can so they won't leave them. When you see a dog with no hair around its eyes, ears red and blisterd, nose raw and scabbed up its been in the beans. Corn only hurts dogs that can't run coon fast or jumps tracks. A good dog can push them out fast, and tend to catch coon on the ground. Pups can spend all nite in a corn field jumping from one hot track to another.

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jkidd1
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Registered: Dec 2005
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I hunt around them everytime I cut loose dang near with not much problems. Itís not the early fall itís usually summer, fields up here can be 1000 acres. Bein a Tennessee boy by birth I hate to say, itís usually dogs from the south that come up here that get lost in them.

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Cory Highfill
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Around here, people look forward to the corn fields, so they don't have to hunt in the stuff they usually do the rest of the year. They're about as easy as it gets.

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There alot bigger than our cornfields down here!!

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