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PostPosted: Thu Feb 22, 2007 9:23 am 
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I am checking to see if someone can tell me about the characteristics of the Smokey River bloodline ( tracking, treeing ,etc.).

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i have a female that is jet and smokey river bred she is only 9 months old and will burn up a track and has all the tree u could ask for her sire is grnt ch brussel sprouts roast

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i have 2 smoky's. the one has some jet in him also. i think they are a good all around dog..from track to tree. they really stick to a tree. i would recomend them. good lookin sons a guns 2.

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 Post subject: Smokey River line
PostPosted: Sun Jul 08, 2007 3:52 am 
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I realy like the Smoky River line of dpgs. they have worked real well for me and was just wondering where they came from, if anyone has information on how they started and who started them


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im not sure where they came from they are my favorite breed of bluetick the are beautiful hounds and mines very cold nosed and is one hell of a rig dog im going to breed my male to my utchman/hammer18 gyp next year and i hope they make some good pups here is a picture of mine hes a big hound his name in 'PR'Deep Blue Courage
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Warren Hasleur was the man who started this line. I do believe that he is still alive. He studded dogs for many years such as Smokey River Blue Rambler. If you can get ahold of Blue Books from either Bluetick organisation from the 80's or earlier you could catch up a lot on this line of dogs. There has been much written about the man and his dogs over the years.


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the may issue of bloodlines has an archives article on the smoky line.
i too run smoky dogs along with jet dogs.


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my dogs have all been cold nosed and wonderful hunters and companions. I am getting a 4mo. smokey river/utchman pup later this month and cant wait to see how he turns out.


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Warren Housler's Smokey River hounds have been the corner stone of the Bluetick breed pretty much since the early days of the breed being recognized. Warren would travel the country and purchase the best of the best of the Blue dogs and promote them to very good results. He has always had a keen eye towards breeding and has more than stood the test of time as far as consistantly producing Blueticks for what Blueticks should be. It goes without question that he will go down in history as one of if not thee most influential producers of hounds of any breed.


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SMOKEY RIVER DOGS
Any one out there got any smokey river dogs would love to talk and see about breeding lines ??


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I hunt heavy Smokey River dogs on bear and coon

Glynn Holmes
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Hello there well i am really interested in the "TELL'S BELLE STARR" female if u have any info send it through my email i have allready sent you one with sum ?'s thanx..


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 27, 2011 11:02 am 
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I replied to your email

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Do yall have any experience with any dogs out of this line, if so what do yall think about them?


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I hunt heavy old blood Smokey River dogs.I stared with Smokey River dogs when I was 13 and I'm 48 now.
Super fast on track,cold nosed,accurate tree dogs.Mine are not belly up tree dogs but tree sitting on their butt 2-3 feet from base of tree barking up.

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