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PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 5:49 pm 
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it seems like its geting harder and harder to find places to coonhunt were do yal see the sport 20yrs from now is it a dieing sport


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2012 1:43 pm 
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No it will always be around to some extent just not as much in some places as long as there are coon dogs there will be coon hunters just like anything else you get :? addicted to


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Getting harder to find huntn ground around here, alot of leased for deer hunting and they still can't understand coon dogs and deer or is it deer habits they don't understand??

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Our deer hunters are starting to come around, they legalized baiting this year and the deer hunters are starting to get tired of getting pictures of nothing but coons at their feeders. :lol:


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10-4 on the feeder coons :lol:


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Theres new coonhunters here all the time and a lot of places to hunt if you can drive

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Im 34 and just got my first hound. It seems to me that theres more coon hunters and resorces for coon hunting in my area than ive ever seen or noticed in past years. I guess it could be that im just paying coon hunting more attention lately. In any case coon hunting seems to be going strong in NE Oklahoma.

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Big'n wrote:
Getting harder to find huntn ground around here, alot of leased for deer hunting and they still can't understand coon dogs and deer or is it deer habits they don't understand??

It is getting hard to find hunting ground around here that the deer hunters don't already have. I've asked if I could run the dogs on their land and they said they don't want me to mess up the deer hunting. It ticks me off 'cause the deer hunting isn't going to be ruined. I've watched deer just lay there on my way to the dog treed and they won't even get up so how am I messing up the deer hunting? Deer don't even pay much attention to the dogs. But to answer the question there will always be coon hunting just not like it was. But who knows maybe it will become a sport everyone does in 20yrs and people will be different about their land.

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Grasseaters where are you from?


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There place to hunt here in northwest Ohio but the deer hunter have made it hard here because they don't respect the land owner so the farmer our land has has a bad taste in there mouth for all hunters


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Itllbe around in my house till I die 2yrs or 60yrs.

Deer leasing is hot all acroos U.S I'm in on some myself some people think its a big deal to kill a big buck in kansas. I don't care anymore about it. But needless to say I still have lots and lots of land to hunt. 60k+ mile after mile creek and river. I know I'm blessed in thankful for it.

I help several farmers anytime they need me in don't charge a dime some don't give me drop out permission but its no big deal if I get over. Its little things you do for your neighbors that help out.


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coon hunting for the younger generations is going to be slim to none if the prices of these dogs keep going up in price,

and not being able to go to nite hunts with a grade dog because thats all they can afford

im big on youth hunters getting in to sports because we all started some where to,
and i sell my litters of pups for what i have in them or give them to youth hunters and take a lose. would rather have a youth hunter injoy the sport rather than making a fortune of a pup

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grghunter4 wrote:
coon hunting for the younger generations is going to be slim to none if the prices of these dogs keep going up in price,

and not being able to go to nite hunts with a grade dog because thats all they can afford

im big on youth hunters getting in to sports because we all started some where to,
and i sell my litters of pups for what i have in them or give them to youth hunters and take a lose. would rather have a youth hunter injoy the sport rather than making a fortune of a pup

I agree with u. I'm a youth hunter and I finally got enough money to buy what I think is one heck of a dog. Cost me $1200 and I like him. Some kids like myself don't have parents that enjoy it like their kid. I do all my hunting with my grandpa or by my self. My grandpa doesn't have the money to get me a dog so my parents helped me out. They think its ridiculous to spend that kind of money on dogs but of course they don't anything about them lol. So they helped but not every kids parents will because they just don't have the money. So yea it is hard for a youth hunter to get a dog and hunt unless their parent already has one or something they can hunt. It took me a long time to save enough money for mine but I finally got him. I'm glad that u try and help the younger generations grghunter4 and thank u.

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bawl_mouth wrote:
Grasseaters where are you from?



Miami Oklahoma.


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All the coonhounds i have costed me around $1500 in all there some real good dogs but it seems the coons are getting thinner and a lot smarter. But i still have one heck of a time treeing them even thoough they leave the country sometimes.


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