My wife and I took Wrangler and Beth out last night. We cut the hounds loose and in little time Wrangler fell treed. Beth slid in to where he was and started backing him. I headed into the tree and found two coon.
Here are a couple pictures from last night:
Wrangler on the tree
Wrangler in front and Beth in Back
I have not been updating this thing very well. I have been out several times since my last post. The hounds have been looking pretty good. I got a video clip of Wrangler and Beth treeing one night that I was out. I will try to get it downloaded and posted as soon as possible.
Last night I had the oppurtunity to hunt with Mark Baer, Jim Howes, Kirk Sparks, Mike Hoffman, Luke and Logan Ebersole, Randy and his son (I forget their last name) and my father & brother-in-law (John & Steven Norris). We had some really nice hounds to hunt with including GRNITECH'PR' Uchtman's Blue Ed, a young female out of him, a niece and nephew (littermates) to him and a young Walker dog owned by Randy. The hounds really put on quite a show and showed us a few coon. Everyone seemed to have a good time.
Here are a few pictures from the night:
This is a picture of Ed at one of the trees that was made
This is a picture of Kirk and his male pup, Fred, which is a nephew to Ed.
This is a picture of Ed (left) and Jim Howes young female out of Ed and Mark Baer's Betsy female (full sister, younger litter to his Outlaw dog)
My wife and I, along with my brother-in-law Steven, Mark Baer, and Luke Ebersole decided to go out coonhunting last night. We had a storm blow through early so we decided to wait it out. After the storm passed by we loaded up my Wrangler and Beth dogs and Mark had a young male by the name of Bear. We got to the first drop and cut the dogs loose. Wrangler and Beth headed down the edge of the cornfield and Bear cut across it to the left in a small patch of woods. It was not long before Bear struck and started treeing. We headed into his tree and found the coon in very little time. When we left his tree we heard Wrangler open up to the right. Bear was cut back in and this time he cut back to the right himeself. In the meantime we heard Wrangler start treeing. Beth then opened up in between the two of them. Bear fell treed in a fencerow not far from where we were standing. Mark and Luke headed over to him. We were able to see the coon from where we were standing in the field. Beth was to the left of him. We looked up to where she was and we found a whole litter of coons. We spotted four there. While all of this was going on, Steven headed over to where Wrangler was treed and he too had a litter of coons. At that point we decided to gather up the three dogs and head back to the truck. We loaded those three dogs up and made our way to our next hunting spot. This time we turned loose a couple other dogs that Mark brought along, Betsy and a young male dog named Clyde. We stood around and waited a little while before we heard Betsy stike and tree. Clyde followed in behind her. We made our way to their tree and found two coon in it. On that note we figured that we would call it a night. Overall, we had a really good night and everyone seemed to have fun. The dogs all seemed to look pretty good and we were all happy!
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