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I received a call from a farmer who's got trouble with beaver flooding his cotton field.He asked me to take a look.Its a small swamp but I took a few pictures.Theres a terrier in this first picture.

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

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We have had a cold snap here in Dixie so I  stopped working for a week to just chase terriers.I was told this morning it was colder in Alabama than in Alaska.I am stuck at home with a heavy frost on but everything of age needs a good rest.So if I can't dig might as well talk about it.



This little feller had  a birthday last week.When his father asked him what he wanted for his eighth birthday.He said he wanted to lamp coons in the rocks with me.He had a good time.

These rocks are movable.







A 10-12 lb  terrier is necessary to stop a coon in the white rocks shown below.Any bigger terrier will get stuck and the coon glides through these rocks like a fish in water.Some of these rockpiles go for a mile but not deep so it makes for an interesting race.You should keep terriers for the ground you dig.One man's trash is another man's treasure.And I will always treasure the good little ones.


20 lb coon in a spot I could barely fit my fist.12 lb bitch made it there and kept coon from leaving.


This second season 12lb bitch has been a joy to dig this season in very tight spots.



There's a bolted coon hiding in there.













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The first picture I posted was rocks dumped by barges along the rivers edge so they can dock empty barges there.

The white rocks were delivered by barges and placed along rivers edge to prevent erosion.Sometimes going a mile or longer.They are not nearly as deep as what y'all work.

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