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PostPosted: Mon Jan 05, 2009 9:02 am 
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What are the opinions and gfeedback on old fashioned Black and Tans?

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 06, 2009 12:13 am 
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I dont have any first hand experience or opinion on them.
Gramps said "they work all night on one track".
Wouldnt pay much attention to that,he was a walker man.
He held a better opinion about the wagner line.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 06, 2009 9:14 am 
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they wont beat anything to the tree


and wagner dogs r no different then what we have today a little but he tried to get away from them old school dogs

if u want one u need to look at akc more then ukc

ukc dogs r houndy but not the old fashioned stuf

http://www.coonhounds.com/Breeds/blktan.html


this helps in a nut shell thou..............Early in the twentieth century, Hans Wagner from Tennessee, decided that the heavy set, Black and Tan was too slow on the trail, Wagner found this unsatisfactory. He and several others sharing his views started breeding a lighter, faster, shorter-eared Black and Tan Coonhound. All of the desirable characteristics of the old Black and Tan were maintained, but a dog more suited to competition was produced. Today, both varieties of the Black and Tan can be found.

this is from the link

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 8:57 am 
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oh thank you


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I have a whole kennel full of Old Fashioned Black and Tans.You can see some pics of my hounds on hunt 101.com. I love em


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how do i find them...are they as slow on track as everyone says?


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Just search under my name Andrew Finley ,hope you enjoy the pics . Any questions about Old Fashioneds, give me a Pm and leave your Phone number .I dont know it all, but I have raised these for over 25 years and love to see someone show interest in the breed.


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can someone explain wat an ol fashioned blk an tan is


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unt_coonhunter wrote:
can someone explain wat an ol fashioned blk an tan is


souped up bloodhound lol

big boned big body on em SUPER LONG EARS and a guy i hunt with had one he told me if they tree THEY HAVE THE MEAT 100% OF THE TIME 0 SLICK TREES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BUT you could beat them to the tree if it were a race

so some guys got to thinken how them old school dogs couldnt win hunts back in like the teens and 20s well they crossed em and bred this and that and wa la finshed product is what we got today some look more older fashinoned then others but there not...
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i didnt see this post when i made mine but i hunt with a guy whose got a lot of old fashioned bt's. not one of them can track and tree their own coon. i've been hunting with him for 3 years and have not seen it one time.

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bluwalker wrote:
i didnt see this post when i made mine but i hunt with a guy whose got a lot of old fashioned bt's. not one of them can track and tree their own coon. i've been hunting with him for 3 years and have not seen it one time.


ive hunt with a guy that had one that was like 100% accurate but had no track speed he could beat the dog to the tree


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The old blood is my personal favorite in B&T's. 1. i love listening to a dog run a track, and they throw a lot of mouth on track and are a lot slower so i get to listen to them a lot longer. 2. there looks, they have those super long ears that i love! They are also a lot bigger and taller than most B&T's, and in my book the bigger the hound the better I like it. 3.they are LOUD! Every old fashioned bred hound Ive ever hunted with has drowned out all the other dogs on the tree with there super hard treeing and big deep loud mouths. some may no tlike them, but everybody's different.

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who cares how fast a dog is ? not everybody comp. hunts as long as they got the meat when i get there let em run all nite love my long eared black dogs !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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so are you guys telling me that back in the day they didn't have lighter faster shorter eared dogs. I am just wondering about the term "old fashioned" maybe I don't get it because I am 6'4" with big ears,little on the heavy side, and slow as hell! Call me "old fashion" :lol:(folks could probably only see in fuzzy black and white back then too)


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