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Stephens stock and deer tracking?

Gents, I'm hoping to get some opinions on the use of Stephens Stock curs as potentially excellent blood/scent trackers of arrow hit deer.
Have been considering the following breeds:

1) Stephens stock cur (possibly Rowdy bloodline).
2) Black and Tan hound.
3) Bluetick hound.
4) Plott hound.

Criteria of most concern:

1) Looking for best / coldest nose breed that also has brains to use it.
2) As quiet (closed mouth) as possible while tracking, but barking upon
finding deer is just fine.
3) Ability to tree is, of course, of no importance at all.
4) Ability and desire to hunt for and with his owner would be great.
5) From a strain/bloodline well known for producing very cold nose.

Looking forward to comments from you fella's with experience in these breeds. Thanks very much!!

Richard
East Texas

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