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Preacher Tom
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What breed, What bloodline

If you were looking for a real good pleasure dog, is there a particular breed you would look for and a particular bloodline? Not sure there is a lot of difference in a top competition hound and a top pleasure dog but there are some things necessary for a comp hound that are not as important for me in a pleasure dog. Such as, hunting speed and how deep they hunt. Also independence is not as important for me in a pleasure dog. Please do not bash another breed or argue with someone's opinion. Thanks for any comments. Would be interested if you think that a top comp dog and a top pleasure dog are the same.

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If I was going with walkers for pleasure,think I would try Finley River bloodlines,think there a guy in Missouri with a pretty successful line. I like them to take the tracks as they come to them. I'm 67 n that's the type of hounds I started with. JesseJ

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Good and bad in them all, Just have to find one u like

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Coma line about the best I have hunted that WERE COON TREERES. GOOD ACCURACY NOT TRASHY. NOT AGGRAVATING EITHER...I DEMAND ALOT FROM MY GAMEDOG AND IT MUST BE A PLEASURE TO FOLLOW ASWELL Hope this helps

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Iím sure theyíre all different but I have a double Skuna River dog now that hunts where you cast him and takes his tracks as they come. We have a good coon population so that helps but I donít think I have ever had to run him down with the truck like some. Heís got a nice bawl mouth on track great dying locates and is a nice tree dog. Usually has a coon or legitimate den tree. Heís out of Big Time Moonshine and Winston Aaronís female.

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Iím sure theyíre all different but I have a double Skuna River dog now that hunts where you cast him and takes his tracks as they come. We have a good coon population so that helps but I donít think I have ever had to run him down with the truck like some. Heís got a nice bawl mouth on track great dying locates and is a nice tree dog. Usually has a coon or legitimate den tree. Heís out of Big Time Moonshine and Winston Aaronís female.

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