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Swinney's Diamond Jim

How good was this dog?

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Sauk Talking
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World Champion

1972 or 1974

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Gary Franks
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He was as good as a dog gets he won the Grand American , Little World hunt and the World Hunt all in the same year

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chuck west
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He won the ACHA world in 1974 and his son won the 82 UKC world Rock River Banjo and if memory serves me well , there was a grandson that won another world title . So all in all it was a pretty good bloodline .

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Chuck, Rock River Banjo had a son named Wildwood Bo that also won the world hunt. I can not remember the year tho. Kent Miers owned him.

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Chuck, Rock River Banjo had a son named Wildwood Bo that also won the world hunt. I can not remember the year tho. Kent Miers owned him.
Your right Bobby , thats the one that slipped my mind . How is life treating you these days Bobby ? Good I hope .

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Doing well Chuck. Just playing around with these dogs always trying to come up with something better.lol

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Wildwood Bo won it around 1990???

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Jim Sired Moffett’s WC Deamon who won Both the PCA and PKC world championship in 80’ and 81’. Jim had a daughter named Queenie place 2nd in the ACHA world hunt in 79’. I believe it was 78’ that Jim was entered in the ACHA world hunt again at almost 10 years old and still placed 7th.

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delta slough
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does anyone know what Jim's bloodlines were? When Buddy Gilbert bought him and brought him to Arkansas, he was a dominant winner. I never hunted with him, but saw the dog at several hunts. He looked a little "shaggy" to me, long heavy coat. Buddy was always super nice to me, a then young teenager that loved the sport. I know some of you remember Crowding Biily, Buddys first world champion.Billy won the acha a couple years before Diamond Jim. Jr.Steelman

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Diamond Jim was off Huron River Jim which was off Huron River Rock. Rock was off Shelters Sonny Boy who also sired Finley River Cheif.

If anyone every drew him or any off his offspring such as Banjo, Queenie, Deamon etc.... let’s hear about them.

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Anybody remember a hound called Burgess’s Big John? He was a grandson of Jim. John was off 76’ ACHA world ch Tom Tom and a daughter of Jim. I believe John placed 2nd in ACHA world one year. John also sired Hickory Creek Tom who was the 93’ acha world champion.

Morgan’s Tree Jammin Mundar also went back to Jim. His Momma was off Deamon who was son of Jim. Mundar was in final cast of 86’ Ukc world hunt yr Pacman won it.

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I remember seeing an old list off Wins on Jim’s son Deamon one time that was unreal. It wasn’t a list with places, it was wins! Heard he was a Coon treeing Freak of nature no matter where you put him. He was bred to be a winner though being off Jim and a daughter of Finisher. Sure would of loved to have seen Him or Jim go.

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There are 6 direct grandsons of Jim out there right now. They are around 3-4 months old semen sons of Deamon. Sure wanna see this line of dogs return

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banjo 11

look up terry perkins banjo 2 dog if you like that breeding

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He must of had a couple bad nights when I hunted with him.

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Hunting against his Son Deamon

Deamon
Deamon was not fancy. Deamon was not stylish. Deamon did not have a great mouth. Deamon was not a hard tree dog. If you hunted with Deamon by himself, you'd say that he was a nice country coondog that can tree a coon. That's what I saw out of Deamon. But, there's more.

I hunted against Deamon. I was hunting an outstanding English dog. Another in the cast placed 2nd in a World Hunt. Another was a very nice dog. Then there was Deamon. He just out coondogged the rest of us. Not a lot of flash. Not a lot of style. Just 100% COON DOG!!! AN EXCEPTIONAL COON DOG!!!


You could not ask for a better coon dog!!! Nothing impressive about him except : He was a better coondog than the very best you put him up against.

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Drew Deamon in 81at the grand american, he put on a clinic treeing co ons in water all night long.I later hunted against him in several of the old pca pro hunts. Always treed coons and looked good doing it and usually won the casts.one of the nicest coon dogs I ever drew in a hunt. Jr. Steelman

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The 1st good dog i ever had was out of Diamond Jim. Back in the late 70s. Mother was Beaver Creek Beauty. Owned by Omar Wagoner. Cynthiana, Ky.

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Deamon

Sure sounds like the kind of coon dog that anyone would have been proud to hunt. It does not take flashy to beat you to death in competition as Deamon seemed to always do. I would sure like to own a Deamon as I type this post, but I do not. Lol. Dave

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