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Old 09-05-2016, 05:18 PM
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My lab and my beagle will do it
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My bloodhound is awesome. I never really trained him. Just got him to find me when he was a puppy. His first blood trail was a deer shot in the shoulder with a .223. Very little blood. Trail was about a mile and a half (checked with fitbit) . He stayed on the trail great, never left it. I started to doubt him one time after 30 minutes of no blood but then we found a tiny drop. He has since tracked quite a few deer and done flawlessly. Only problem I've had is he wants to run wide open and can drag you a little when he hits a really strong, fresh blood trail.
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Mine is waiting on me to shoot something
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I run a blue pit that's about 105 pounds. Got a heck of a nose on him never tracked anything older than 18 hours but he found that deer no problem. Problem with alot of dog is they won't stop the deer if it breaks out of the bed. A good dog can stop him within a few hundred yards most of the time. If dog just keeps pushing deer it makes for along track. 84% of deer we track are alive when we find them dog does a great job of keeping deer in one spot until we can finish the job.
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