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#5260815 - 08/18/14 10:27 PM Beagle hunters
SwampHunterFw Offline
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Registered: 03/30/11
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I know there a few guys that run beagles on here just can't think of there names?
Looking for a couple rabbit dogs got to get ready fall will be here soon

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#5262228 - 08/19/14 05:41 PM Re: Beagle hunters [Re: SwampHunterFw]
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Registered: 05/20/14
Posts: 137
Loc: Kingwood, Texas
My brother loves to run his beagles and chase those darn wabbits. He has two beagles that should turn champion this year. He does not have any for sale but his friend does. We are in the Houston area what about you?
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#5262741 - 08/19/14 09:35 PM Re: Beagle hunters [Re: KillzoneFlashlights]
JGW Offline
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Registered: 09/19/10
Posts: 268
Loc: Collin County, Texas
Next to my daughter singing, the prettiest song in the world is sung by beagles on the scent!

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#5262764 - 08/19/14 09:42 PM Re: Beagle hunters [Re: SwampHunterFw]
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I'm in fortworth

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#5263042 - 08/20/14 04:44 AM Re: Beagle hunters [Re: SwampHunterFw]
N.La.Beagler Offline
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If you plan on "gunning", I would suggest leaving field trial dogs alone. Find a hunter somewhere out in east TX to buy from. They will have some excellent "grade" dogs that will light a fire under a rabbit. They'll be a lot cheaper too.

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#5263858 - 08/20/14 02:48 PM Re: Beagle hunters [Re: SwampHunterFw]
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N.La. is right on...








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#5264156 - 08/20/14 05:24 PM Re: Beagle hunters [Re: N.La.Beagler]
SwampHunterFw Offline
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Originally Posted By: N.La.Beagler
If you plan on "gunning", I would suggest leaving field trial dogs alone. Find a hunter somewhere out in east TX to buy from. They will have some excellent "grade" dogs that will light a fire under a rabbit. They'll be a lot cheaper too.


Any ideas where to look ?

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#5264799 - 08/20/14 11:34 PM Re: Beagle hunters [Re: SwampHunterFw]
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Woodsman

Registered: 05/20/14
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Loc: Kingwood, Texas
Just curious what do you mean by cheaper? My brother is looking to breed his dogs in the future and I was thinking he could get good money for champion bloodline beagles. He didn't think that was the case though. He was thinking he could only get 3/4 hundred for them. What is the going rate? SwampHunter did you give him a call?
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#5264850 - 08/21/14 02:45 AM Re: Beagle hunters [Re: SwampHunterFw]
N.La.Beagler Offline
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Champion bloodlines only mean anything to field trial doggers who DON'T HUNT THEM. A hunter just wants a dog he can hunt with. Lineage doesn't matter as long as it will run and run hard. It's been a very long time since I was into breeding, but pups out of a champion dog or any registered dog for that matter went around 150 and up at weaning age, depending on the sire. Good grade dogs from backyard breeders topped out at about 75-100. Some went for as low as 50,depending on how much he thought of the parents. I'm sure today you would have to spend at least 100 a pup for grades. But those are the ones you want.

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#5264851 - 08/21/14 02:57 AM Re: Beagle hunters [Re: SwampHunterFw]
N.La.Beagler Offline
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Originally Posted By: SwampHunterFw
Originally Posted By: N.La.Beagler
If you plan on "gunning", I would suggest leaving field trial dogs alone. Find a hunter somewhere out in east TX to buy from. They will have some excellent "grade" dogs that will light a fire under a rabbit. They'll be a lot cheaper too.


Any ideas where to look ?


Hunter, if we were in N.La, I could get you in touch with some long time beaglers. But there are none that I know of where I currently live. There used to be a forum member by the name of Duckdown, who had some beagles up your way, or maybe out towards Greenville area. PM him and see what he's got.

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#5467714 - 12/09/14 02:12 PM Re: Beagle hunters [Re: SwampHunterFw]
KillzoneFlashlights Offline
Woodsman

Registered: 05/20/14
Posts: 137
Loc: Kingwood, Texas
Hey SwampHunterFw I heard though the grapevive that the beagles you picked up are kicking arse! You care to share any picks etc?
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#5475020 - 12/13/14 07:50 PM Re: Beagle hunters [Re: SwampHunterFw]
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Registered: 06/05/10
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Loc: como,tx
I trial the same dogs I hunt. More u hunt them the better they get.
U want line control no matter what , dogs that cant stay on the line and keep the rabbit goin dont eat long here.


Edited by duckdown (12/13/14 07:53 PM)

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#5476790 - 12/14/14 07:35 PM Re: Beagle hunters [Re: KillzoneFlashlights]
SwampHunterFw Offline
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Originally Posted By: JodyMcCarty1979
Hey SwampHunterFw I heard though the grapevive that the beagles you picked up are kicking arse! You care to share any picks etc?

I will post some tomorrow
I just been getting lucky is all

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#5478819 - 12/15/14 01:44 PM Re: Beagle hunters [Re: SwampHunterFw]
SwampHunterFw Offline
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Here's some pics me an my brother been having a streak of good luck !
Thanks a lot Jody for getting me in touch with your brother he is a real nice guy an been a lot of help I enjoy talking with him all the time
Here a few rabbits I had to drive to north Arkansa to get a female to run with my male but they been putting in pleanty of work an we are up to 52 kills this year






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#5482696 - 12/17/14 02:55 AM Re: Beagle hunters [Re: duckdown]
N.La.Beagler Offline
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Loc: CopperasCove,TX
Originally Posted By: duckdown
I trial the same dogs I hunt. More u hunt them the better they get.
U want line control no matter what , dogs that cant stay on the line and keep the rabbit goin dont eat long here.


Now those are the words of a true beagle...lol. I was the same way back in the day. I left my dad and uncle in good shape dog-wise when I went in the Army. When I came back, the stuff they had was so bad that I wouldn't even put em in my kennel.


Edited by N.La.Beagler (12/17/14 02:57 AM)

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