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i'm looking for info. on med. speed bloodlines that consistintly reproduce tough gritty hounds that ain't afraid to hit the real rough brairs and brush and run with the same intensity with no quit. thanks for any replies.
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- Location: MICHGAN
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- Location: central ky
Indian Hills line bred dogs are the most consistent I've found.
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- Location: Kentucky
Chester and T-rex as good as it gets
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Buckshot Jones and Little Nip Otis. That's what the guys down south are breeding into the black creeks alot to give them more hunt.
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blackjack or buckshot jones
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- Location: indiana
Tadpole Gunsmoke weir creek
RIP Harner's Briar Bashin' Blaze
Harner’s Red River Renegade
Harner's Uptown Funk
Speed is fine, accuracy is final.
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Just start hunting with different dogs and pick your style, theres good and bad in all of them but you'll have to pick what you like. The worst thing to do is ask what kind of dogs the best because everyone has their own opinion. As you see already in this short thread.
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- Location: minnesota
You should check out green bay kennel. Sounds exactly what you asking for. A little pricey, but you will get what you pay for. Good luck and let us know what you end up with.
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- Location: KC, MO
"Medium speed" is all relative to what style dog the person you're asking runs.
LP GRRCH HICKTOWN HANKY PANKY
FCGD LP GRRCH LP BCH HICKTOWN WAILIN JOSIE
LP RCH OVER DA TOP MACI
RIP LP RCH PP RCH HICKTOWN TICKLE ME WILLIE
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- Location: Lower Michigan
Is someone still breeding the Indian Hills bloodline? Who was the original breeder?
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- Location: Indiana
I agree with Pilotknob; Indian Hills Blood all the way.