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Registered: Sep 2010
Originally posted by Robert Starke
Hi Travis. Only us old birds know about Nite Hawk. Maybe you could inform the younger hunters about Nite Hawk's mouth, tracking and treeing ability, reproduction ability, looks and confirmation.
Robert,that picture says it all about looks and confirmation.LOL Hawk had a beautiful bawl mouth on track and a bawl chop on tree depending on how long it took you to get to him.Hawk was the total package as far as tracking and treeing.He could slam an easy one right in front of you or drift an old nasty track 3/4 of a mile and have the meat.Layups,treed them too.Best thing I remember about Hawk was his accuracy,but then again Dan always had him tuned up when I went with him.Dan taught me alot about tuning dogs up for the hunts that I still use to this day.Hawk was very dominant in the stud pen from the pups and grand pups I have hunted with.Both in style and mouth.One thing I have noticed in this line is a tendency to be more bawl mouth tree dogs or bawl chop.Haven't seen alot that are the 120 BPM tree dogs.Robert may have to talk to you about a breeding on a female here that is heavy Beaver Lake bred(Finley River)
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