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How many dog hunters have already been training their hounds?

Old 07-05-2008, 12:03 AM
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Default How many dog hunters have already been training their hounds?

The reason I ask is because doent it bother you that your hounds may be dispersing herds from sanctuaries and terribly messing up the bowhunter and muzzleloader season (dog hunting is banned durrin muzzy too)?

I know this is a touchy subject, and dont get me wrong I love a good hound hunt during shotgun season, but it can REALLY mess up your neighbor who may be feeding and monitoring his herd and setting stands up for their best way of travel?...NOT BEING CHASED 24/7.

I have over 160 acres that are getting molested on a weekly basis by loose houds....sometimes for days when the hounds are not located.

Does your hunt club consider neighboring land as private property and that their dogs may be
interfering with a hunt? I missed ywo nice Toms this turkey season, and had deer run by me at 20 miles and hour but its hard to shoot a running deer with a bow.

What do your clubs do to look out for fellow archer hunters or muzzleloaders?


I mean look at the time of the morning this feral dogs is running




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