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Registered: Aug 2013
Location: Seneca, Mo
Re: Your right the rules should fit on a post card
Originally posted by rrekab
Agree 100%! Much less intimidating for those just getting started in competition hunts or simply those not eager to argue or have to vote on every other drop. I believe many hunters attend hunts for the fellowship, friendships, and trying to get a feel for how one's dog stacks up against others. Once you throw in all these confusing rules and knowing you will probably draw an expert on knowing the rules, well it's no longer a "Pleasure" to participate. Competition coon hunting is a gradual dying activity, why try and speed it up? Full disclosure: I have coon hunted for a long time but haven't competition hunted for about 20 years for what it's worth. Outside looking in so-to-speak.
Cheyenne submitted several of the rules proposals that simplify or eliminate several rules. BUT they call it a rule CHANGE proposal not a rules re-write. If ever asked or he ever wins the lottery and could afford to buy out a major kennel club his rules would fit on that post card and would eliminate probably 75% of what is in them today. It would be like a fast paced pleasure hunt with the scoring turn them loose and see who trees the most first.
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