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 Post subject: Re: possum problem
PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2012 3:02 pm 
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Man o man youve really got you a good dog already a grandnite dog. Hell thats easy to do when you dont have anything else to do besides making ur self look good hell we work 12 hr days and still hunt are dog every night of the week. I guess ur just a pro. O by the way when did they start grandniteing dogs for treeing possum. Just wandering cause i got a buddy that has a dog that could win that in a heart bet.

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 Post subject: Re: possum problem
PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2012 3:11 pm 
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We may not be the best but boy it sure is fun to listen to them hounds running a coon.

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 Post subject: Re: possum problem
PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2012 12:17 am 
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I had a female that would tree a possum every night if she didnt strike on a coon first. I shot one out and then whipped her with the possum's tail pretty good. She would try to get it then I would whip her again. After about 2 times of her trying to get it and me whipping her she wouldnt even look at it no more. I walked her right over top of it and she looked the other way. She is now 8 yrs old and hasnt treed a possum since.


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 Post subject: Re: possum problem
PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2012 8:23 pm 
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Have done the same thing. I have found this is the best way to get their attention! A friend of mine had a pup a while back that was the TRASHIEST thing I was ever in the woods with! Had he been mine he wouldn't have been eating my food very long! Haha. However he was outta some good stock so he didnt wanna give up on him! Once he got him off the deer fox...anything that would run from him he started treeing possum's. He was that bad he would run past a coon to tree a possum!! He tried everything shocker, leading away, beatings...nothing helps. Finally he calls me..."Josh I gotta sell this dog." why I ask thinking deer or summin. He says about this possum problem...I said well if you wanna sell him I'll buy him if you want him broke I'll break him. He was convinced of selling (we've all been there just feed up). So I bought him for 400 bucks at 1 1/5. He treed ONLY one possum since I've had him!! LMAO. And all I did was shoot one down and beat him (nothing crazy) with the possum. An old timer told me one time that they think the possum is doing it thats why they never wanna mess with them again! I dunno about any of that all I kno is it works. He treed 150 this past year in kill season in pa. No junk or possums! Buddy didnt talk to me for a few months after I nited him. Dumby! HAHa :P


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