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Donnie Stevens
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Littermate to Crow wasn't he ? I've got one out of Crow that has the motor,mouth,accuracy,looks,temperament. ....just comes up short on nose and trailing ability for my personal preference. Wicked in good huntin and in poor huntin he's still get under one or two a night somewhere. I like listening to a dog trail not watching them fade on garmin.

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BLAKE WHEELER
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That must have been another Fancy. By herself, she would tree close but with other dogs she didn't start looking for a coon until she was 4-500 yds.
Nope, we were hunting Rhonda, Fancy and my pup Bo.

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BLAKE WHEELER
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quote:
Originally posted by Donnie Stevens
Littermate to Crow wasn't he ? I've got one out of Crow that has the motor,mouth,accuracy,looks,temperament. ....just comes up short on nose and trailing ability for my personal preference. Wicked in good huntin and in poor huntin he's still get under one or two a night somewhere. I like listening to a dog trail not watching them fade on garmin.
Yes sir he was, that was his only downfall was he out ran his mouth in the hills. Flat land you could hear him decent but if we were hunting in the hills he was hard to hear.

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MY GRNITE(2)DAZY FEMALE THE ONLY WAY SHE WAS TREED WITH ANOTHER DOG IN A HUNT WAS IT CAME IN AND BACKED HER SHE MAY BE CLOSE AND ALONE OR DEEP AND ALONE.

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George pouliott
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I always like when yall add in names and owners of a lot of these type of dog's . Most don't advertise much if at all .

I do notice a lot of your bigger winner's are a lot older and seem to get that lonely independent type over time . Meaning for sure at 4 and 5 they are really nice and still have lots of go . Course I know some are just that way from the beginning but harder to find .

I'm hoping to draw some nice ones at National day's . I may and may not have a dog to bring that'll be ready . Red is probably a little too cold nosed for thicker coons in cornfields . I am slimming down on dog's due to limited hunting time so my pickings of what to bring will be limited on what I keep . Though I'm sure any of my culls will at least steal some point's on tree lol .

I also did notice a lot of these hard going independent type dog's litters are rarely advertised because they are booked before born it seems so we never really even know about the x unless it's just advertised as a x but booked . Most of them guy's have a pretty good circle and people know they are producing nice one's so the wait list stays long .

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BLAKE WHEELER
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Heck I may just go to red days and spectate with some of these big timers, at least I'd save some money on the entry fee's.

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Richard Lambert
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Blake, Forum dogs and dogs that are actually hunted at Redbone Days are usually not the same dogs for some reason.

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BLAKE WHEELER
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quote:
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Blake, Forum dogs and dogs that are actually hunted at Redbone Days are usually not the same dogs for some reason.
I mainly meant Jared

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Richard Lambert
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Oh my goodness, he will really be hard to deal with if you start calling him a big timer. I remember last year when Don Barnette and I hunted with Jared the night before Redbone Days and Banks treed his first coon. Jared got as excited as a 16 yr old kid and ran all of the way back to his Jeep to get a rifle.

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BLAKE WHEELER
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Oh my goodness, he will really be hard to deal with if you start calling him a big timer. I remember last year when Don Barnette and I hunted with Jared the night before Redbone Days and Banks treed his first coon. Jared got as excited as a 16 yr old kid and ran all of the way back to his Jeep to get a rifle.
Where have you been Richard, I've always called Jared a big timer or a Pro.

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Richard Lambert
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I wondered why he liked you so much.

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jkhutch
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I just keep reading the book that Blake Wheeler and Adam Wingler wrote on “how to raise champion redbones”. It’s been good to me on training my dogs. You guys should get your own copy.

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UKC Purina Redbone of the year
PKC Redbone CH
UKC Top Producers List
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GrNtCh PKC Ch One Chance Fancy- (Boone X Toadie)
2018 Autumn Oaks Grand 16
2018 Grand National Redbone
2018 Redbones Days RQE 1st Place

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Big Walnuts Back Home Indiana (Shock X Fancy) Co owned with Roger Shabel
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BLAKE WHEELER
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I just keep reading the book that Blake Wheeler and Adam Wingler wrote on “how to raise champion redbones”. It’s been good to me on training my dogs. You guys should get your own copy.
Now we see why you didn't get in at SS lmao

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Cody C
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Biggest hunting and most consistent redbone I've been with was Shotgun Red. He was pretty much the same every night, through the country by himself with a coon. He was the type that when you cut loose he was looking to get away from the other dogs and get his own treed. And the more you hunted him the harder he went. And yes I agree Richard, the few times I've hunted with Fancy and Boone they were looking to get one treed by their self. Fancy seemed to be looking for a coon the moment you un snap her, if my memory is correct didn't she tree a coon like 10yds from the truck a couple nights before the purina nationals last year lol.


The night I drew Fancy she got deep and alone with a coon on the first drop. After the 2nd drop the other 3 dogs in the cast (mine included) were scratched on possum. Now hunting alone, Fancy appeared to be hunting closer and more thorough it seemed, treeing 2 more coons alone with a short walk to both. I was pretty impressed, and this won her the entire hunt that night. I bought a pup off her the day before and was thankful I did after seeing her in the woods that night.

I never did get a chance to hunt with Boone, but heard he would make you walk.

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Adam Wingler
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I just keep reading the book that Blake Wheeler and Adam Wingler wrote on “how to raise champion redbones”. It’s been good to me on training my dogs. You guys should get your own copy.


It was in limited print before the toilet paper shortage, so I doubt anyone could find a second copy.

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