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Blood trailing pup #5436621 11/22/14 11:53 AM
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Ok fellas, I have a brand new Blue Lacy pup that comes from a long line of blood trailing. I am in search of a place that will have a "doe" weekend or something of the sorts maybe MLD when you know lots of deer will be harvested. I just need to show this pup some deer. I don't care to shoot anything, just want to walk my pup up on it. Not really sure of any other way to do this. I/we will work on mock trails and such, but thought this would be a heck of an introduction.
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Up. Austin is a 11 week old pup. Today he got on his first liver trail. It doesn't matter if a deer is DRT, he needs to see and smell deer and blood, let's show him some.

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Try an ad in the classifieds.


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Re: Blood trailing pup [Re: rackjudge] #5439965 11/24/14 10:43 AM
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Go to any deer processor and they'll gladly give you hides ,guts, bloody carcass . That's what I'd try if I didn't have a place to hunt and needed to train pup.


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