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This is part of the PM I just received from mash22410, Mark, from W.V. He has a male out of Jimmy and Delano Davis' female.

"I always say things like this, but he's got the best temperament of any hound I've been around, he's very smart, and LOVES to run a track. He hunts alone or with company and isn't afraid to go a mile by himself..."

I have heard similar things from several owners of Jimmy pups from different litters. These are the traits that he is consistently throwing along with really good mouths on his pups. I will add that for the most part he does not seem to be throwing pups that tree just to be treeing. They like to have something when they tree. These type of dogs may not be for everyone. Some may like hotter noses or more gambling style tree dogs and that is obviously up to an individuals preference, but the above is what Jimmy is throwing in his pups.

Hopefully will get another very nice Nt Ch PKC money winning female bred to Jimmy this weekend.

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Me and Troy took OV Jimmy, Sassy, and Little Snap across the creek into W.V. Saturday night. Turned loose up a hollow and the gyps swung left and Jimmy went right. Sassy and Snap struck and worked a track, located and treed about 700 yards in. Went to the tree and it was a slick persimmon. Pulled them off and headed them toward Jimmy who was over a ridge from them another 500 yards to the right. The gyps popped over the ridge, opened and worked to the left and treed a double. While we were at that tree, Jimmy treed on deeper to the right. Went to him and he had a coon. He was .8 miles from the truck. Led them a little deeper and right handed and cut again. Struck one close and went back to the left and treed again. Had a 16 pounder in that tree. That is a pretty nice sized coon for this part of the country. Led them down the hollow and cut again While skinning that coon, they struck again about 300 yards and worked a little deeper and treed again. Had a double in that tree. We decided to keep going and try to circle back around to the truck. Dogs decided to go left handed down a big hollow and struck again, worked a track up quickly and treed again about 700 yards from us. Went in and they had the meat. One slick, 3 singles, and 2 doubles, and we were 1.2 miles from the truck, so we decided to call it a night and make the trek back to the truck. Me and Troy were dragging butt when we saw his truck, but we had an awesome hunt so it was worth it.

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young dog

Picked up a young dog off of Jimmy this weekend. Man he is a looker and has a good mouth. We will be hunting him for the first time tonight. We have him on trial. I dont know exactly what gyp hes off of, but im thinkin she was off of Hornet.

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Re: young dog

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Picked up a young dog off of Jimmy this weekend. Man he is a looker and has a good mouth. We will be hunting him for the first time tonight. We have him on trial. I dont know exactly what gyp hes off of, but im thinkin she was off of Hornet.


I'd say he would have to be a littermate to the Leah female I posted the picture of on page one of this thread. Best of luck with him and hope he works out for you.

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Hey John

Just wanted to say those are some nice looking hounds you have and sounds like they know how to get it done in the woods also. Congrats and good luck with them.

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Re: Hey John

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Just wanted to say those are some nice looking hounds you have and sounds like they know how to get it done in the woods also. Congrats and good luck with them.


Thanks James. I'm not sure if the young dogs in those pictures know exactly how to get it done but they do know to look up anyway. I don't hunt Little Lou very often so she is rusty but she will still get up on the wood and is a real classy tree dog. I bought her a couple years ago from Angela Sawvel in Michigan. They finished her to Grand Show Champion and put 2 seconds on her, 3 thirds, and a fifth in the hunts but she still needs a first. I haven't tried to tune her up and finish her. I bred her to Ohio Valley Jimmy and had one of the sharpest looking and acting litters of pups that I can ever remember. Hopefully they will turn out as good as they looked and acted as puppies. I plan on breeding her again but this time I'm going to breed her to Clear River Jimmy. I hope you get some more females bred to Crook, he is definitely reproducing.

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Clear River Blue Diamond Jimmy

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Hey John

I've got a female out of the o v jimmy and little lou cross. She's one of the best acting pups i've had in awhile, seems to have alot of brains. Hasn't treed at night yet but she has treed a couple squirels by sight in the daytime. She hunts out good ,stays busy and carries herself good. I hope she turns out . Only time will tell. Best of luck with yours.

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Best of luck with your pup. I talked to a guy in Texas over a month ago who has a littermate and he said that his male pup treed a coon for him all ready at night and was coon crazy. There are a couple other ones from that litter that their owners like real well also. I have two pups, a male and a female, from that litter as well. I very rarely ever do too much with a pup at night until they get at least ten months old and can definitely stay up with the older dogs. These two are going to be an exception I think. The litter is 7 months old now so gonna give them another month. They are both super nice pups with the male catching my eye more than any male pup I have raised for years, but he acts like his Daddy and I'm kinda partial to him. I just hope all the good signs carry over into the woods. I was very happy with that litter and hope they all make it.

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Just some pictures

Been hunting quite a bit in WV since the season opener. Treeing quite a few coon and having some really good hunts. Here are some pictures from the other night.




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Nice looking hounds bud. Glad to hear you are having some good hunts. Will try and get together if I make it up for Ashland. If not I am moving to In. in the summer so I will be a little closer.

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Thanks Clay. This year started out pretty rough and I'm behind schedule with my young dogs, but it's getting better now. Ashland is always a hunt I wanted to make it to but haven't went there yet. Maybe next spring will be the year. One of these days we'll hit the woods together.

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I still haven't been able to get any pictures of Crystal. Things are finally getting back to normal. Wake up, go to work, go home, eat supper, take care of dogs and go hunting, and then go to bed. Rinse, cycle, and repeat process the next day.

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Me and my regular hunting buddy, Troy, had been hunting quite a bit over in WV, and now season is in in Ohio. Entered a pound hunt on Saturday night at our club. We hunted OV Jimmy, Sassy, and Snap. Ended up treeing a 16 pounder, a 19 pounder, and one that we didn't weigh. 3 dumps, 3 coon, and called it a night. Good start for the yearly pound hunt competition.

Sunday afternoon, me and Troy went out to try to get permission to hunt a 600 acre farm. Dad had got permission to hunt it prior to his health going down hill but we never got time to hunt it. I really regretted not being able to hunt that place with him cause I'm sure it has a lot of coon. Anyway, the landowner had all ready given some other guys permission to hunt and he didn't think it would be fair to the other guys for me to also hunt it so he didn't give us permission. But, another guy was at his house and he told us to go check with another landowner that he thought would let us hunt. So, we went to look this guy up. Shortly after dark, we pulled up to a house, turned out it wasn't the landowners house, but the landowner of the farm we were looking for was at this house. Started talking to him about coon hunting and he asks who we were and where we are from. I tell him and the other guy that was there says that's funny, I just bought that truck over there and the name that was on the title was a Smith. I turned around and low and behold it was my Dad's truck. Dad had left the truck to his girlfriend and she had just sold it to this guy that same day. The gentleman was nice enough to give me Dad's personalized license plates that say "BLU TICK". I really appreciated that. We also got permission to hunt. We hunted Lou, Sassy, and Sledge and treed 2 singles and a double and called it a night.

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Monday night we hunted Sassy, Snapper, and Ace. They holed one track, treed a possum, ran a track that didn't result in a tree. We had gotten a late start anyway and I realized I had piled too many young dogs in the truck, so I decided to quit before I got farther behind.

Tuesday night we just hunted Sassy and Tick IX. We turned loose, Sassy struck, Tick joined in and they ran the truck up around a steep hill where Tick fell treed with Sassy joining in. Went to them and they had a coon. Knocked it out and went on around the hill. Sassy struck again and was working a track. Tick joined in and almost immediately fell treed with Sassy backing him. Went to them and they had another coon. Went a little deeper and cut them again. They struck, worked for a few minutes and Tick treed again with Sassy working the track deeper. Went to him and he was on a den. Maybe had a coon, maybe not. Sassy worked a little longer but didn't tree it so maybe Tick did have it. Kind of hard to put a whole lot of faith in a dog that hasn't been out but 6 times. Sassy has held her own and then some with some pretty nice hounds but Tick handed it to her last night. He might have earned more hunting time. lol.

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Made a little road trip last Sunday. Met up with Justin Adkins in Huntington WV and took him a young dog to work with. Justin has been a big help to me with the dogs and I appreciate him a lot. Then I headed to Mt Sterling, Ohio to take Houdini to Darian Dillion and pick up Rose. Enjoyed the visit with Darian and his family. Got to see the pups out of Rose and Magic and they were a good looking group of pups. Then we went for a short hunt with Houdini and Rose. Couldn't hunt long but we did tree one. Houdini split treed from Rose and had the meat while Rose was on a slick. She doesn't slick much but she did and Houdini found the coon. That flat country of northern Ohio makes it hard to hunt when I get back but i've made myself go anyway. Darian did find me a little ditch to cross that he called a hill. lol. Met Race on Monday and he now has Rose. Hopefully we will get her bred to one of the Jimmy dogs next year.

As of right now, I don't have any females bred. I have Nt Ch Gr Ch Cricket, who is out of Spike and Lou, that just went out of heat but I chose to wait until her next cycle to breed her. I have a Dual Grand female that I am going to try to breed if she comes in again, and I will be breeding Little Lou on her next cycle. Any of those crosses should produce some nice hounds. I decided to keep the little Crystal female out of Jimmy so for now, I don't have any pups or dogs for sale.

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Hey John if you can't handle all those blue dogs up your way, Little Lou could always come to Missouri for a visit we have a nice off the ground kennel for her with insulated metal dog house. I don't know if she could handle this flat river farmland we hunt. Lol hope your having a good season.

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James, I don't know about Lou but I'm sure I would enjoy some flat river farmland hunting myself. Season is going good. Enjoying seeing a lot of different young dogs progressing but sometimes that is aggravating because I have too many to really get any one of them really cranking. I have a feeling about the young male out of OV Jimmy and Little Lou though. He may be "the one". I'll be finding out soon. Hope your season is going well.

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Hunted Sadie and Jewel Saturday nite. Long story short, made 5 trees and only seen one coon. I was in a pound hunt and a little over a mile in when we bushed him. I had full intentions of quitting and getting Bull, but that warm truck talked me into staying in it the rest of the nite. I believe Sadie had a false pregnancy, shes slimming down for some reason? Regardless, I gotta get her hunted up and win the WV PKC hunt this spring. Cant let Kenny have all the fun. Yell at me and we will try to find some crippled up dumb WV coons to chase around lol.

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David, I sure wish Sadie would have been able to have pups. I went thru that with my old Gr Nt Minnie female. Never was able to get any pups out of her but I sure got to enjoy hunting her for several years. You'll get Sadie tuned back up and back into her winning ways I'm sure. Me and Mike hunted together on a pound hunt Saturday night. We treed 3 singles and a den with OV Jimmy and Mike's female out of Ring. The biggest 2 were 13.9 and 19 pounds and I think that put us back on top for the most yearly weight. I want to start getting CR Jimmy out some so I'll give you a call and come over some night.

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Brought Jewel down to the truck last nite to get her collared up to hunt. She is in heat. So I went up and got Sadie and Bull lol. Made five turnouts. 2 dens, 2 slicks, and a hole. Still no barks from Bull. He went every step of the way until she treed, than he came back every time. I believe if I can be patient with him he will come on. Just does alot of male dog things I dont like. Hes definitely got the next 3 weeks of wood time coming to him. I cant believe the way he hates cats that he dont go nuts over coons yet.

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Made a turn out with my ntch female and ov jimmy the other nite. Jimmy had honest strike and honest tree on my gyp with the meat. He may only be a 'PR' dog but i have been waxed by him a few times. I really like all but one thing about him. He chews some. Still a nice tree dog. He has impressed me every time Ive seen him cut loose. Call John to go for a hunt and check him out.

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Thanks Dave. Jimmy is in the handful of dogs that I consider my most enjoyable dogs that I have owned. I'm going to miss him when he's gone. Hopefully Jimmy Jr (AKA JJ) will fill his shoes when he is gone.

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