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bearhunter247
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Cold nose hounds

What is the best bred hounds that are natural rig dogs and are usually cold nose. But will still run tree hard and catch bear consistently.

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Toolman24
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Your going to get a lot of different opinions but unless you find someone that isnít about the all and mighty dollar itís going to be hard to find any one bred that still has natural cold nose dogs wether itís white cloud, Sampson, weems, Cameron, swamp rooster, dollins, and I could keep name dropping breeds. Hopefully your able to find someone that hasnít over bred their bloodline and youíll find a lot of coldnose blood lines and natural bloodlines in every breed. Most of my dogs are dogs that have been crossed with blue, English, plotts, and walkers that were are coldest nose and best bear dogs over that last 30 years. I still hunt and buy puppies every year that are full bloodied with papers or without papers and Iíve had some good luck with swampland/ shamrock plots from one certain hunter but they arenít extremely cold nose dogs but they have enough nose and some of the smartest dogs Iíve ever trained or hunted and they have enough grit to stay with a mean bear on the ground in eastern NC and any other state Iíve hunted. Good luck and this is just one person option.

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I have a litter of pups from two very cold nosed hounds. They will consistently RUN not just trail tracks that other dogs canít or wonít work. I breed for myself and usually donít sell pups, but she raised 11 and I canít keep them all. They are coon hunted only. Would be happy to show mother and father almost any night. They are walkers and are bred very tight. In Tn 931-397-1519 $300 each

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Re: Cold nose hounds

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What is the best bred hounds that are natural rig dogs and are usually cold nose. But will still run tree hard and catch bear consistently.



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