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lawdawgharris

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  1. Sounds like he's trying to do the right thing. Hope his youngins appreciate it. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  2. X2 on that Wombat. Very well put Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  3. Is he an American Bulldog? Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  4. That's adang nice looking dog Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  5. B dog that's you in the picture I'm assuming? Sent from my SM-G892U using Tapatalk
  6. I watched that you tube video Tank. I can see why you would like the red dog. IN MY OPINION THOUGH, he lacking one thing. That one thing is a hard mouth. If you watch he takes a lot of punishment and so do the dogs helping him because he has to re-catch so many hogs because he is constantly regripping or getting knocked off. It can happen to any dog but it won't happen regularly to the "get ahold stay ahold, hard mouthed dogs". Over here, it sometimes takes a bit to get into a caught hog because of how thick it is. A dog that constantly re-grips or chews will have an ear torn off or possibly b
  7. Tank I'm a Texan and new to this forum as well. But, I've been dogging hogs for 30 years. Cody is exactly right. I would add that you need to hunt with as many different people as you can. Their styles may be similar but everyone does things a little different here and there. You might take a little from this one and a little from that one and so on and make your own way eventually. It could sure save you time and money learning like this. You have one major thing in your favor already, you aren't scared of advice or constructive criticism. Don't be too proud to ask questions. The old saying "
  8. Just a couple pics. The first wasn't a big hog but very smart and pretty rank. We had ran this hog once before and he pulled some tricks and got away from my young dogs. The next time I had their momma and she knew all the tricks. He tried the exact same pattern on her in the exact same place. He almost lost his jewels over it and did lose his life lol. The second was a boar that tried leaving one set of woods to go to another. He made it about 150 or 200 yards out of those woods before they sucked him up and bayed him in this little creek. Sent from my SM-G892U using Tapatalk
  9. I really don't have any vids, at least not good ones. Seems like I'm always in a hurry to catch the hog and get on to the next hog. The few I had I lost on a phone that couldn't swim. It's hard to get a video worth anything when they are in the thick stuff. Now when they get in water or stop one in the wide open we get some. We have so many hogs here that we try to produce numbers. We have tied as many as 24 (100 pounds to 280 pounds) in a hunt. That was with 2 sets of dogs, my dogs and a married couple that hunt my family of dogs. 12 seemed to be the average for the longest. We would have hun
  10. I've been hunting hog dogs about 30 years and raising this family for over 20. I cast hunt my dogs and I do cast solo. If they can't or won't do it solo then they aren't for me. Of course its easier for 3 or dogs to keep hogs bayed in the thick stuff than it is for one dog so we usually cast 3 or 4. Last hunt I had 2 dogs bayed on one hog, and 2 more dogs each baying their own hog. Went to the closest solo bay first and caught that hog. That dog immediately rolled over and went to the other solo bay. We went and caught that one and both dogs rolled over and went to the the other 2 dogs and we
  11. Thank you Sent from my SM-G892U using Tapatalk
  12. I run a family of dogs that are catahoula/treeing walker cross. They are about 1/4 hound depending on which cross they are out of. I breed for track speed, brains, and enough bite to keep a good hog bayed without getting wrecked. Our country is either open pasture for cattle grazing or thick hard woods with lots of briars and underbrush. It can take time getting to the dogs and this Texas heat and humidity a dog that catches out could be in trouble. I want the kind of bite that will rip the pride and joy out of a hog wanting to leave, not reaching up there and pinching them. I used the hound t
  13. Hello to y'all. Looking forward to reading and learning from you folks. I'm a Texas hog dogger for about 30 years. Our styles are a little different but there's something to learn from everyone. Sent from my SM-G892U using Tapatalk
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