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 Post subject: Re: how many caged coon
PostPosted: Sat Feb 09, 2013 11:49 am 
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Thanks and I also have a 6 month old bluetick that trails a coon and will get on a tree but will not bark any advices on what I should do?


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I have a 10 month old doing the same thing. She loves the taste of fur, she will trail and stand on tree but wont bark at all. ive only laid one drag. and let a caged coon loose that she treed but no barking. Any advice?


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Well I've been taking mine almost every night with other dogs she will leave me for a bit but will come back but last night she left and came back and we led her to the tree the dogs were treeing on and she got on the tree and let out a big bawl so I'd take her with some good dogs


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I've had her out with other dogs. She hunts, comes back after 25-30 minutes. When the other dogs are treed, she's always there, but she never barks on track and she's always running around the tree, she'll jump up on it and whine. Idk how to get her to bark. Barks like mad in the box.


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some dogs mature at a slower rate" no fine whine before it's time".


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like i said i showed my dog 2 caged coon and he just started treeing thursday night by hisself soo whatever works for you

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Mine treed for the first time with another dog last night on first drop, it was a really hot track and made it 140 yards, not a hard tree but she knew it was up there. Couple more nights like that and she should take right off.


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ING 194 wrote:
wish i could have seen that ! It had to be a rush.On the other issue a little fur in the mouth never hurts . :lol:


It was a hell of a rush and I will agree never hurts to get a taste of fur.... just not quite the way I expected it to happen.


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I've got another question my bluetick is 7 months old and she don't want to leave for no longer than 5 sometimes 10 minutes is this a prob or will she eventually start running with the dogs


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I've got another question my bluetick is 7 months old and she don't want to leave for no longer than 5 sometimes 10 minutes is this a prob or will she eventually start running with the dogs?


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On the next tree tie the pup back like the other dogs shoot out coon let the dogs loose not pup the pup should get excited enough to make some noise if not to young wait 1-2 months & try again patience is what i had to learn with coonhounds over bird dogs.


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Let em bark at a couple caged coon to get em fired up.let them run as many released coon as it takes to get them opening on track, then have hot hot feeders just for your pups. Then the biggest trick-- Keep them in the woods. Once they are running hot feeder tracks move onto to turn outs with out a feeder. Feeders and caged coon are like shock collars great tools if used correctly. But over use of any can ruin a dog in a hurry.


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the more you can make a dog want a coon the more you will see it do as far as going to find one, trying to follow the track and tree barking for it when it cant go farther on the track up the tree.
why would anyone want pup to tree because the other dog does?
i want it to tree because it wants the coon and it has worked the track out and decided for itself the coon is up there.
the pups above that are not tree barking is because they dont want the coon bad enough yet to bark, the one barking in the box wants out of the box bad enough to bark.

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My dog struck and treed off of a feeder but she still does not want to leave me


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If she keeps coming back to u and not wanting to go hunting, put her back in the box and let her see/hear the other dogs go. Eventually she will get tired of being left out and want to go.


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No she comes back and hunts right there around me like 30 yards out then she stops and looks at me then she keeps goin but I've let a live coon go then go and turn her loose and she will trail the coon and tree it


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