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One Dog or Big Pack? : Rabbit Hunter

It’s probably safe to say that most of today’s rabbit hunters (seeking hares or cottontails) started out with one Beagle, maybe two, that a friend, relative or neighbor happened to own. That’s how most of us learned how to hunt …

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2012 North Carolina State : Hunters Horn

The 2012 North Carolina State was held on May 9-12 at Richard Evans’ Low Country Fox Preserve.
I left home a little before 10 under cloudy skies. I was delighted to have as a traveling partner my old friend Tony …

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Stephens breeders Association : Full Cry

Hello from Northeast Ohio. The weather has been pretty warm and dry. We have had only about 2/10ths of rain the whole month. Rose and I put the garden out and have been having to water it every other night …

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Written in Stone : Full Cry

Greetings from South Georgia. The August heat has arrived in the month of May and nothing idles by slower than a sizzling Southern summer.
We have caught hogs this month but not without a struggle. Neither man nor dog is …

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Final Four Interview : American Cooner

Interview with Zack Whitaker, Berry, Kentucky
Zack is 27 years old and has been hunting
since he was six years old
David – “First, congratulations on the birth of your little girl Wednesday morning. Is she doing ok?”
Zack – …

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The Bitchline : Rabbit Hunter

In the early 1960’s, the young Beaglers hailing from the Lawrenceville area of Pittsburgh, PA, began to feel comfortable with their established club grounds located in Culmerville (Gibsonia).  These gents, Joe Brender, Harry Sweeney, Herman Palumbo and several others, started …

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2012 Arkansas Masters : Hunters Horn

The Arkansas Masters was held April 19-21 at Kountry Korner Fox Pen. Special thanks to Master of Hounds Harol Dene Lacy, all judges, cooks and hunters who made this hunt a success. The weather was good with lots and lots …

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Barking up the right Tree : Full Cry

“Barking up the Right Tree” is one of the best ways I know of to get the news of what’s happening in my part of the world with some help from Full Cry. (Ha, ha.)
It’s dry around here; we …

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A boy and his Papaw American Cooner

 I can remember when I was small, nipping at the heels of my Papaw, Janis Miller. I was waiting for the chance to tag-along on one of his coon hunting trips. Then one day it happened. He took me to …

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