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Past and Present Coon Hunters

FULL CRY - It’s now the middle of November and this has been a different fall from those of past years. Old age has caught up with me. I am not complaining because the Lord has blessed me with years of good ... Read More

Written in Stone

Greetings from South Georgia! From the tangled vegetation of the Southern swamps to the mountains of North Georgia, it has been a record breaking year for bear hunters in this state. Bear doggers in South Georgia led the way with ... Read More

APA – News and Views

Although it is late November as I presently keyboard, I fully realize you won't be reading this installment of "News and Views" until late December or early January. Last month's column was written for December. This month's edition is for January. ... Read More

Oklahoma Run

For several years I have been wanting to go have a look at Harland Stonecipher’s 2,000 acre pen at Centrahoma, OK and meet him and Earl Jones face-to-face. I started to go to the Oklahoma State Hunt ... Read More

Legal Hound

Our most important goal is to establish a political presence in the Oklahoma state legislature. This is necessary for us to preserve our right to free cast our hounds. The current legislature has passed laws that ... Read More

Virginia State Fox Hunters Ass’n

Our 90th Annual Field Trial and Bench Show was held at Poole's Fox and Hound Training Preserve on October 5-9, 2011. The running this year was very sporadic and not as good as in past years, but ... Read More

Tails of Hunting

The ember to go coon hunting had begun to glow brighter in Rick as we walked from my old, battered hunting truck and into the woods he loved so much as a young boy. He had wondered ... Read More

Just Coon Huntin’

Season is in and the hunt is on. We’re not hunting any more or harder but it seems to be better when the weather is cooler. You can harvest the game if you choose to. We don’t take much game ... Read More

Tommy and Bowswer

Vercy Swamp had provided an exciting night of hunting for Tommy and Melvin as far as Tommy’s new puppy was concerned—for he treed his first, real live coon! In the meantime, Bowser had been trailing an old, ... Read More

His Name is Skid

Last month I told you about a Plott hound that beat me in a UKC hunt held at Henderson KY. The hound belongs to Brock Carr from Newburgh, IN. The dog's name is Skid and he managed ... Read More

Rabbit Sheriff

Rabbit season opened one week earlier this year. We had planned to go to a rabbit camp for a week in the mountains this year. Kenny Byrd and Mike Queener were taking a week’s vacation to spend ... Read More

PKC’s Tennessee State

First Place: CH Raincrow, Michael Sweeton and shown by Nathan Sweeton. Second Place: CH Pigg Hollow Flatrock Radio shown by Kenny Burk. Third Place: CH Pigg Hollow Little Bell, owned by Kenny Burk and handled by Raymond Miller. Fourth Place: ... Read More

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