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 91 
 on: July 02, 2018, 05:07:32 pm 
Started by Justified - Last post by Justified
Used to unload from traps, has dividing gate, rear and side gates, spare tire

Trap gate is big heavy duty one that I used for coral trap. Entrance in that the hogs walk through  4widex4&1/2tall' I believe
600$For trailer
150$ for the gate

700$ for it all
 text for pics
210-749-1619
Tynan Tx
Boarman43@gmail.com(never check)

 92 
 on: July 02, 2018, 02:26:37 pm 
Started by gary roberson - Last post by gary roberson
Thanks!  As most of you know, I write for the JOURNAL OF THE TEXAS TROPHY HUNTER magazine.  The July-August edition, I have a "how to" article on common sense hints for predator calling.  I hope you enjoy it.
Adios,
Gary

 93 
 on: July 02, 2018, 05:32:34 am 
Started by jstankus - Last post by Swine-Stalker
Several years back when I was using the 1.47% imidacloprid the calculation I came up with was about 13 cc’s for a 40- 60 pound dog...

Forgot to mention pour on between shoulder blades and top line...


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 94 
 on: July 01, 2018, 09:41:23 pm 
Started by hogdogger98 - Last post by Goose87
I thought that he bred her but I ain't 100% sure I can send you his number if you want it

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Yes PM it to me please...

 95 
 on: July 01, 2018, 07:52:01 pm 
Started by hogdogger98 - Last post by NLAhunter
I thought that he bred her but I ain't 100% sure I can send you his number if you want it

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 96 
 on: July 01, 2018, 06:05:24 pm 
Started by t-dog - Last post by t-dog
There are a good many traits that I associate with my family of dogs (find dogs).  One of those traits though, really stood out to me this weekend. My dogs have a tendency to get mad when they get roughed up by hog. If my old Clyde dog was still at the hog when you flipped it, then one of two things had happened. Either someone else beat him to the hog, which didn't happen but 10 out of every  100 hunts no matter what caliber the other dogs were, or he got roughed up and was staying there to get his licks in. Other wise he was gone to the next one as soon as you layed hands on the hog. My buddy had a son of Clyde that got one testicle cut out. We just thought he hunted hard before that. From that day on he hunted with a vengeance. You could tell he wanted to kill them all. He became hard to catch when you decided you had caught enough hogs. It was his demise. His last hunt, he was rolling over and my  buddy called him back but it didn't do any good. He was leaving in hurry looking back over his shoulder at them with a "we'll sleep when they're all dead" look in his eye. The next hog broke bay and took out across a lake up near Athens and a gator got the dog while he was crossing. This weekend I lost a nice pup. He was always borderline too rough. He got a couple broke ribs and I layed him up until he was healed good. When I started him back he only got rougher. They winded some hogs that were in an open field and the hogs broke for the woods as soon as they saw the dogs. They stopped a big bad dude just inside the wood line. He tried him and by the looks of things probably caught him, but in a spot where no other dogs could help. Needless to say he didn't make it. He never yelped or screamed one time. I have seen this type mentality repeatedly out of this family, though they don't usually get suicidal rough, they do developed a certain tenacity for hogs.

 97 
 on: July 01, 2018, 03:06:11 pm 
Started by hogdogger98 - Last post by Goose87
Yes you brought her to him at uncle's Earl's year before last I was there with em and met you there then

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Yep I recall meeting you when I was talking to them right before I left, have they ever bred her or anything, I didn’t make it to UE’s this year and have since lost Mr. Mackies number...


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 98 
 on: July 01, 2018, 06:08:55 am 
Started by Reuben - Last post by Reuben
That is generally a genetic inherent trait, somewhere in his ancestry crypt-orchid male was bred or a female out of a crypt-orchid male. Of course it has to start somewhere and he could be the first of that strain.

Old man...I have heard that some pups drop their nuts at 6 or 7 months but have never seen it...this pup dropped his nuts at about 7 months...

 99 
 on: June 30, 2018, 10:20:36 pm 
Started by Reuben - Last post by justincorbell
I am the same way reuben, it doesnt matter what the dog came from, if it doesnt immediately grab my attention (for any number of reasons) im just not interested in it......there are far too many good dogs in this world to raise one i dont like

 100 
 on: June 30, 2018, 10:09:38 pm 
Started by hogdogger98 - Last post by Semmes
I grew up in bastrop. I’m 48, when I was like 10 my step father got me a catahoula. He was Merle. We named him Smokey. I loved the dog. But that dog bit the mailman every time he saw him once he turned bout 9 months old. One day I came home from school and Smokey wasn’t there my stepdad gave me the story of he had to find a nice farm for him to live on... looking back yeah right!?!
Lol
But I did end up with two fiest pups out the deal and they were really good dogs

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