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Blood tracking/game recovery training #7378526 12/16/18 10:00 PM
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Looking to send my gsp off to blood tracking training anyone know of any trainers for that?

Re: Blood tracking/game recovery training [Re: TexasAggie17] #7379549 12/17/18 10:47 PM
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Try the site below. I never had one trained by anyone. a few mock blood trails or even drag around a boned out leg from a deee and let them find a prize like that bone at the end of the trail has worked on a few dogs for me. JCB uses some bloody meat in a sock to make the trail.

http://www.texasbloodtrackers.com

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Re: Blood tracking/game recovery training [Re: TexasAggie17] #7379744 12/18/18 01:44 AM
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Get the book by John Jenny tracking wounded deer, It will teach you how to train your own dog. Forrest

Re: Blood tracking/game recovery training [Re: TexasAggie17] #7380111 12/18/18 02:08 PM
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You might talk to Rio Concho Kennels.



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Re: Blood tracking/game recovery training [Re: kmon1] #7380302 12/18/18 04:46 PM
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Originally Posted by kmon1
Try the site below. I never had one trained by anyone. a few mock blood trails or even drag around a boned out leg from a deee and let them find a prize like that bone at the end of the trail has worked on a few dogs for me. JCB uses some bloody meat in a sock to make the trail.

http://www.texasbloodtrackers.com

I did similar to this. I started when my pup was very young made trails out of her food, a piece every few inches then further, then would go for longer bits with only dragging a piece of food. When she got that down I saved some blood from a deer and cut a piece of hide and used that. She successfully found 2 hogs that I couldn't and a deer that I just let her loose on instead of tracking it myself. Last weekend we tried trailing a hog that was wounded, she was continually on the blood before we would find it, but never found the hog, it was a lower leg hit, don't think it died. The more you use them for it the easier and better they will be.


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Re: Blood tracking/game recovery training [Re: Drahthaar] #7381479 12/19/18 05:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Drahthaar
Get the book by John Jenny tracking wounded deer, It will teach you how to train your own dog. Forrest


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It should already be hard wired in a GSP. For the most part you just need to let the genie out of the bottle, and refine it.


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Re: Blood tracking/game recovery training [Re: TexasAggie17] #7388052 12/27/18 07:38 PM
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David Eggar at http://rioconchokennels.com is your man. Worked with my jagd female was great, we still talk some


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Re: Blood tracking/game recovery training [Re: TexasAggie17] #7410298 01/21/19 02:37 PM
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It comes very naturally to a dog. Just try making mock trails with as honest a scent profile as possible. Make it similar to what theyll be following. Hide drags worked well for us but I prefer doing feet with some liver from the same deer.

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