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Re: ? Clipper the coon hunter


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Posted by James(Ga) on October 26, 2004 at 18:37:40 from (209.240.205.62):

In Reply to: ? Clipper the coon hunter posted by Sid on October 26, 2004 at 17:41:34:


Sid, This aint Clipper but there are a lot of coon hunters out there. The number one coon dog in my opinion are the treeing walker next the english red or bluetick.We had and still have olde tyme english kennels. One at my sons house and i took mine and made a tack room and a feed room out of it with a three stall barn attached. I let the lake west point cooners used my property as as their club. They only have 5 UKC hunts a year and they are huge. The deer hunters has most of the land leased around here makeing it hard for the coon hunters but a lot of them hunt here on our farm. I used to go and just lision to the dogs run but have gotten so sorry i dont even do that any more. Hope this helps to answer your questions. James


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