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 Post subject: Re: Treeing in holes
PostPosted: Sat Sep 08, 2012 6:28 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Treeing in holes
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How can a dog tell the difference between a den tree and havin a coon on the outside?? A coon in a hole on the ground yes, but I'm not disputing that, you stated that your dogs know not to stop at a den and find a coon on the outside. How does the dog know if that coon found a hole in the tree or not?? It can't!! Now I'm not talkin about workin a back track to a den, which a dog should be smart enough to turn it around. I mean a track that legitimately ends at a tree with a hole in it. You don't know what's in that hole either and I don't believe for a second that your dogs wont tree on that tree IF a coon went up it. Like I said if they only tree on trees with coon on the outside, I want one and I wanna know why you haven't won multiple World Championships?

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I dont know what you are talking about with buckshot shutting me down?? And you were the one that started this by bashing my statements with smart a$$ remarks that were not helpful to the topic at all. Who is thin skinned now??


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Lmao my grandpa used to always say" Jared you'll never learn cause you just won't listen" thanks for the laugh hillbilly


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Lol im 16 and i dont act like that lol and of course a good hound know the difference between a hole and a tree and hillbilly that guy sounds like a lil kid lol

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 Post subject: Re: Treeing in holes
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Maybe I missed something but I'm pretty sure wvcoonrunner Is talking about a "den tree." Not a hole in the ground.


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oh in that case a dog wouldnt know it would just lnow q coon went up here so it does what it was trained to do which is tree

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Canadian Hillbilly wrote:
And what good comes out of finishing a track at a hole or a den tree I'd much rather have my dog keep going and find a coon on the outside. quote]

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And yes my hounds know when they finish at a hole or a den they best keep goin lookin for another one


This is what was said and this is what I was disputing. As I clearly stated here.

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A coon in a hole on the ground yes, but I'm not disputing that, you stated that your dogs know not to stop at a den and find a coon on the outside.


I'm not trying to keep this going, just showing what parts of the posts were being questioned. I will not post further on this topic and I kindly ask that if you have something you want to discuss about it you do so with me in a PM. Thank you and happy hunting.


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