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Old January 2, 2013, 11:00 PM   #33
thallub
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Join Date: November 20, 2007
Location: South Western OK
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I have a dog, so I find everything I shoot quickly. I have him trained to track blood, so if it bleeds a drop every 20 feet he runs straight to it. Having a tracking dog will spoil you. Its nice to just turn the dog loose and wait for him to open up barking and walk right to him.
A tracking dog will spoil a hunter. A friend has two wired haired Dachshunds. We often use those dogs to track wounded deer and elk. Can't turn the dogs loose here because of the wild hogs and coyotes. They are kept on long leashes.

Started taking our Poodle along on tracking jobs and she is picking it up fast.
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