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    Quote Originally Posted by Ontdon View Post
    A Moderator needs to take this down before it incites the antis. I run hounds I don;t want to loose the right.
    What? This is hound hunting at it's finest. For someone who claims to run hounds,that doesn't make a lot of sense. Please enlighten us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ontdon View Post
    A Moderator needs to take this down before it incites the antis. I run hounds I don;t want to loose the right.
    Hiding your passion may prolong your sport but the result will be the same.
    It'll be a slow dead as recruitment into the sport won't be there.
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    yeah leave it up. too many snowflakes getting upset these days.
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    Great video, and for the people that don't like it then don't watch. Personally I want to watch the real thing and how it went down. This is hunting and you have to appreciate how its done regardless if you don't like it or not.
    "Give a man a fish and he eats for a day, Teach a man to fish and he eats for the rest of his life"

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    Here is one guy that has done a lot of positives for hunting, he shows here how harsh traditional hunting can be and he is using dogs.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPirxSwPR6U

    If you felt the need to sensor it then the kill shot may not need to be there but far too often do we hide from what things are, the video is not filled with gore, the dogs are doing there job and biting at a dead animal, not attacking a live one and causing it undue harm, a dead animal that no longer feels anything.

    I wish that there were more of the yote and maybe video of the shot but the camera jumped at that time.

    Nice yote.

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    Every time a coyote gets shot, an angel gets it wings.
    What calm deer hunterís heart has not skipped a beat when the silence of a cold November morning afield is broken by the echoes of hounds tonguing yonder?


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    Great footage and good shot. Keep up the good work.

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    Great video!
    The hounds have to get their rewards or they will become as ornery as some of the old timers on this site.

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    That was probably a $100+ pelt at todays auction rates if it had been handled and pelted properly. I would have been diving on my hounds after they had two reward grabs each! I still remember $75 coon back in the early eighties as a young teen. We'd shoot the treed coon then we'd be yelling at the dogs after they'd each had a grab of fur. Any more and the buggers would turn the $75 coon into an $8 coon!. Lovely hounds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenelon View Post
    That was probably a $100+ pelt at todays auction rates if it had been handled and pelted properly. I would have been diving on my hounds after they had two reward grabs each! I still remember $75 coon back in the early eighties as a young teen. We'd shoot the treed coon then we'd be yelling at the dogs after they'd each had a grab of fur. Any more and the buggers would turn the $75 coon into an $8 coon!. Lovely hounds
    The dogs don't do any damage to the hide. Most years we run 25 to 50 yotes. Never got a deduction for bite marks yet.

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