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 Post subject: Tracking collars!!
PostPosted: Sat Sep 02, 2006 7:11 pm 
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I am planning on getting a tracker collar here next week. Any suggestions on what kind or what not to get? Any info would be helpfull!! thanks wes


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Quick Track or Magnum.Id stay away from Kliens

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Tracker Classic - Dog Tracking Collar System with Tree Switch
(GDO-11243)

I think that is the one I am going to get because I would at the most be going to track 2 dogs and that looks pretty simple to use. What freq. should I get? Any suggestions.


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you should try the marshall trackin system. in my opion they are the best you can buy.


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yea, at oaks i was talking to the Marshall guys, they say you can get up to 15 mile range!

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personally i would get a wildlife managemant system

here is a good place to look at their systems
www.wildlifemanagement.com


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personally i would get a wildlife managemant system

here is a good place to look at their systems
www.wildlifematerials.com

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There are alot of good ones out ther or they would"nt be in business with each other trying to get you to buy theirs. I use a wildlife brand and my hunting buddie uses a quicktrack and they both word great and do the job neither i think is better than the other.


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Quick Track- best out there.

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ysudep2 wrote:
Tracker Classic - Dog Tracking Collar System with Tree Switch
(GDO-11243)

I think that is the one I am going to get because I would at the most be going to track 2 dogs and that looks pretty simple to use. What freq. should I get? Any suggestions.


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nope maybe some hills but not to many mountains in ohio lol


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I have a tracker classic. it works OK EXCEPT that it does not have the range that some of the others do. If you have steep hills or valleys, you might want to get one of the more powerful trackers. I bought it for the size and the portability, but I can tell you for range it is not the champ.

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I use a Tracker Maxima in the mountians with NO trouble at all,,never left my hound because I couldn't find it, Once you learn how to determine what is bounce, they track with any other, and I've had Innotek, and Wildlife.

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johnson is the way to go.
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Ok what about frequecys?


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