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Coldnose93 from the first time I saw this hound I hated his ear length. But as he treed more and more coon and won more and more money. The ears didn't seem to bother me so much. Now I just say "What Ears". He has the shortest ears I ever had on a hound and is one of the better ones I have had. I bred him once and thank goodness the pups didn't have short ears.


old timers like me use to call them 3/4 hounds ,lol

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Thomas, that is being nice. I have called him a lot worse than that. LOL I sat in KY for a week at a hunt telling everyone how much I hated him. LOL Every cast he won I liked him a little better. By saturday they gave me a check for $6,000 and his ears haven't bothered me since.

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The Longer the ears the lesser the brains !


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Re: Nobody seem much of this??

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Originally posted by ColdNose93
I know some of y’all over time have hunted with or witnessed a hound or a certain line that tends to have great Winding Capabilities. Winding from the leash... winding lay ups, winding a track from a good distance... anything like this.
Seems like nobody wants to discuss this topic Seems like everyone is more interested in TRee power instead of Track power.
Someone start a conversation on the subject at least.... lol
Thanks

I have a x-bred English x walker that winds them ,skuna river fred is his dams grand sire ,English side is wilcox crystal springs , what I see in freds pedigree is a whole lot of houses lipper ,years ago my uncle had a male out of lipper that rode on the hood of his truck striking and treeing coons ,was a close hunting walk type dog when put on the ground ,

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Re: .

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Coldnose93 from the first time I saw this hound I hated his ear length. But as he treed more and more coon and won more and more money. The ears didn't seem to bother me so much. Now I just say "What Ears". He has the shortest ears I ever had on a hound and is one of the better ones I have had. I bred him once and thank goodness the pups didn't have short ears.




Bruce did you ever see Lobo in person? He had the shortest ears I ever saw on a hound. Was hunting one night with a man in Indiana and his young son asked whats that a CUR? when he saw him come out of the box. lol

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