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Chop Mouth
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HuckFinn wrote:
MATTHEW J GRIGAS wrote:
To get him started, live trap some coon..First let him sight chase and when he trees the coon really praise him..After doing this a few times let him see the coon before chase and then release the coon without him seeing where the coon went..Walk him to the track and let him go. If he trees the coon,again praise him and after treeing a few this way give him one..Than he is ready to hunt coons at night by himself..Doesn't hurt to run with a broke hound on ocasion but once he's running and treeing, hunt him alone..Keep him away from trash hunters..Good luck

Good stuff here but i'd seriously limit the caged coon to 2 maybe 3 at the most. I don't want my dog thinking that is how the game is played.


Well said!!
And the most important thing is take the dog to the bush night after night. He cant tree a coon if you don't put him in the bush!!

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