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Casey Bigelow
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Registered: Jul 2003
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Biggest coon!

What is the biggest coon you have ever seen and weighed. The biggest I've treed and weighed is 18 #'s, but I live in N. Florida. Me and another guy treed one and he took it home- sayed it weighed 25#'s, but I didn't see the scale, so can't vouch for it. HOW 'BOUT IT- What's YOUR BIGGEST?????

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coon dawg
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24 1/2 pounds.............

treed in Adams county, Pennsylvania..............near the Gettysburg National Battlefield.

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treeingwalker10
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38 lbs

killed in craig county west of welch oklahoma .

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Good Gosh................

that's HUGE!!!.congrats!!

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25 1/2 EASTERN wv

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Christy
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28 #'s 3 ozs

Treed and killed right here in Western North Carolina in 1996.

Old blood got that one! The dogs that were hunted were grandpups out of Yadkin River Champ. They were littermates. Copper and Bandit.

Now, I'll tell you, 2 years ago we treed and killed at 26lb coon. It looked like a cub bear sitting in the tree. We had it mounted and is now hanging on our wall!!! It's almost as long as I am tall, but I'm kinda short! But it's still a big coon, anyways.

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Wayne Valentino
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Big Coon

Neighbor had a pet that tipped the scale at 40 lbs. fattest thing I ever saw. Fed it table scraps and way too may of them !!!!!!!! Wild Coon 22 lbs...

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No wonder some of these dogs are trained to run bear, sometimes they might not know the difference

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John Carroll
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My biggest one weighed 31 pounds, treed in the Ozark hills of northeastern Oklahoma.

I was one ridge over from Blackfox Holler, the scene of the competition hunt in "Where the Red Fern Grows."

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DAN CAHOY
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49 LBS

BELEIVE IT OR NOT......CORN FED SD COON.......BUT OUR AVERAGE BOARS ARE BIGGER THAN MOST I SEEN ON HERE.....CALL ME A LIAR IF YA WANT BUT ALL I CAN SAY IS COME FOR A HUNT....HAVE HAD PEOPLE FROM GA UP TO HUNT AND THEY WOULDNT LET THERE DOGS FIGHT THE COON CAUSE THEY THOUGHT IT WOULD KILL A DOG........I HUNTED ALL OVER THE COUNTRY AND AINT EVER SEEN EM AS BIG AS HERE CEPT MAYBE MN OR WI.......THINK THERE IS A PIC OF 3 COONS ON MY SITE AND THE BIG ONE WAYS 30 AND HE IS BOUT AVE IN THE FALL COME CORN TIME..........
THE 49 LB COON WAS WIEGHED THE MORN AFTER WE GOT HIM....HIS HIDE WAS TANNED AND I GAVE IT TO A FRIEND OF MINE IN MN..............
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Tracy M. Jordan
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biggest

17 pounds, I was 15 years old, just south of Bonifay, Fl. in October, out of a Oak tree eating acorns

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CHRIS BATCHELOR
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Re: 49 LBS

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BUT ALL I CAN SAY IS COME FOR A HUNT..........
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19pds10oz Monticello Ga. caught in Murder Creek it would not take a tree man -o-man what a fight




Hey Dan lets go

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Bigtime
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29 pounder then two nights later a 27 pounder in mid fall around vicksburg/schoolcraft, Michigan areas.

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I have seen a a couple of 25# coon here in Central Illinois. I usually harvest several 20+ # coon every year.

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Jesse Bedward
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36 pounds opening night oct 15th or so last year...

i have a pic of it that i am going to try to post on here in the morning might need help with it, around 25-30lbs average for here in sw wisconsin late in the year, takes a good coon dog to tackel it 2 good ones to kill it, these little 15 pounders this time of the year crunch up easy for my hounds, they kinda laf at them, they dont get real worked up over them much. my website has some wisconsin coon on them check it out
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InDeep
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33 lbs.

And that was plenty big for me!!!

Have heard of people getting 40lbs.+ coons, man would I love to see one of those in a tree!

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Roby C
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Got a 42 prounder last winter. That was the biggest, later same night killed a 32.
Western Oklahoma

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LEE
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caught a

40 pounder in a live trap on the bay in spring creek florida and another that was like 25 or 30 pounds both big boars

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A 49 pound coon? Man that thing was bigger than my 5 year old!

I bet the dog looked up in the tree and thought "Oh, Crap, I hope he don't shoot that thing out!"

Another dog told him "well it was your idea, stupid, I wanted to make a quick run on that baby one and go home but nnnnnnnnnoooooooooooooooooo! You said, pick this one!"




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Marc Marcure
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The biggest was 43# in 1993 alot of 20+ lbs since.

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COME ON AND BRING YOUR HOUNDS UP THIS FALL WE CAN PLAN A HUNT..........ALWAYS ENJOY MEETIN NEW PEOPLE AND SEEIN DIFFERENT HOUNDS WORK.........JUST LET ME KNOW IN ADVANCE AS IM NOT HOME TOO OFTEN LOL..............
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My hide buyer had a competition nine years ago here in kansas and my cousin and i won second with 35llb boar. a lady died and after someone else bought the land they let us hunt it and first time we hunted it and caught this big one. Next time we went back we treed little ones. Never have got another big coon out of that draw...

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OUTFITKNL'S
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32LBS

TREED IN THE BLACKBELT OF ALABAMA.DOGS WHERE ROBINSON'S BUCK&ROBINSON'S ANN.SQUALLED BOUT 5MINS.JUMP OUT OF TREE AND THE FIGHT WAS ON.TREED 12/14/91

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Re: 49 LBS

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THE 49 LB COON WAS WIEGHED THE MORN AFTER WE GOT HIM....HIS HIDE WAS TANNED AND I GAVE IT TO A FRIEND OF MINE IN MN..............
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wow that three coon here

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55 lbs live trapped with dogs biggest was right at 40

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