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I will post some pictures good enough for public viewfrom this season.I will not reply to fighting or crying.The third picture down was in a rangy place.I located the bitch 200 yards from entrance wit

Barn Hunting with a group of friends in Iowa February 2001. Racoons are widely regarded as pests and do a considerable amount of damage. They damage farmer's crops and get into barns where t

I jumped out of bed at 3am to get ready to go explore a swamp I'm only allowed to hunt in Sept.Because of this there is a bunch of yearling coons there.Perfect for a pup to start the season.I released

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Just now, howdeeposxxt said:

Go way ya pup and stop entertaining us all and making yourself look like a clown take that as abit of friendly advice

I’m not an expert on the breed or type. I’d like to learn please tell me what I’m not correct on

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1 minute ago, howdeeposxxt said:

Do ya want a medal

No I don’t the initial comment was made to entice people to not joke and to be willing to learn. I made a statement based on what I believed to know. You say it’s wrong. Now is the time to teach the young buck. This is how the dogs and the people get better

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10 minutes ago, 1of1 said:

Like I said most of your terriers that side can not do 1/2 the work required here. I know because I’ve been your side. I’m going to guess you have not been state side

We have small terriers here with good bone, easily spannable not the weedy specimens with darts for heads that have been posted

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Just now, Netmaker said:

No they started in a little village in the lake district called PATTERDALE

Yes that is my understanding. And the men that started them used them to dispatch (at times bolt) fox in rock FROM MY UNDERSTANDING

it was said you should never breed to a male that cannot readily dispatch fox in the ground

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Just now, baker boy said:

We have small terriers here with good bone, easily spannable not the weedy specimens with darts for heads that have been posted

Yes i know you do I’ve dug to them that side. They are more often then not still big for our earth is what I’m saying. I know from experience 

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You learn nothing because your so infatuated with one thing Peds Peds Peds I can't give you the info your after because I don't get caught up in it  but I can tell you this for sure and from a nueteral point a view your full a shit if you think the future of terrier work is in the Uncle Sam country can ya not just let it lie ye are way behind us on terrier work a million miles behind with yere faggot coons and so on

3 minutes ago, 1of1 said:

I’m not an expert on the breed or type. I’d like to learn please tell me what I’m not correct on

 

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1 minute ago, howdeeposxxt said:

You learn nothing because your so infatuated with one thing Peds Peds Peds I can't give you the info your after because I don't get caught up in it  but I can tell you this for sure and from a nueteral point a view your full a shit if you think the future of terrier work is in the Uncle Sam country can ya not just let it lie ye are way behind us on terrier work a million miles behind with yere faggot coons and so on

 

I don’t care about the peds at all I have never asked about them. And this has nothing to do with peds it the history of the breed or type we are talking here.

i think the future will be a place that doesn’t have laws against digging. Maybe France then (if I’m not mistaken you can dig there)

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3 minutes ago, 1of1 said:

Yes i know you do I’ve dug to them that side. They are more often then not still big for our earth is what I’m saying. I know from experience 

You've dug less than 1 1000th of a % on whats over here and Im guessing on a line that is known for big terriers, so please give it a rest

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