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 Post subject: Re: Lacies for Lions
 Post Posted: Tue May 05, 2009 10:55 am 
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I'm betting that your Stevens X Plott is a lot like my Lacy X Plott experiment. That's why I ask.

Mine are only about 11 months old but some of them are already making lead dogs (as would be my luck, the one that I kept is NOT) even up against some 4 to 6 year old dogs. In the next year or so, I should really know what I created.

The Plott that I used was a completely hands off dog, had zero grit but PLENTY of range. The Lacy that I used is short range but has lots of drive and he is gritty as hell. My hope was to get one or two pups that came out with the best of both worlds. If they become grittier with age, I think that I will have achieved that goal. Here is to hoping that they got the slow maturity from the hound and they will get grittier over time.

Oh ya, and here's to hoping that I do a better job of picking the pup to keep next time :(

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 Post subject: Re: Lacies for Lions
 Post Posted: Tue May 05, 2009 1:18 pm 
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azchad wrote:
well this is a good question because thats what I want my dogs to run. I havent had them under the tree yet but i cannot wait till next winter.


Sounds to me like Y'all need to get together....... NV and AZ cant be too far apart.

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 Post subject: Re: Lacies for Lions
 Post Posted: Tue May 05, 2009 4:16 pm 
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N.L.D.A Bringing Working Dog Owners Together... :D

Woot Woot !! :))

I want to see pictures of these dogs on Mt. Lions!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Lacies for Lions
 Post Posted: Tue May 05, 2009 4:27 pm 
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It probly won't be until around the end of the year. But You never know I might load up the dogs and horses tomarow and go try to catch a bare ground cat.

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 Post subject: Re: Lacies for Lions
 Post Posted: Tue May 05, 2009 4:47 pm 
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:-BD

My other half has always wanted to run the dogs on cats..he tried convincing me to let him practice on my barn cat..that didn't go over well :))


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 Post subject: Re: Lacies for Lions
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Stick it in a hefty roll cage it'll be fine. Just make sure the gaps aren't to big otherwise they can pull the tail out.

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 Post subject: Re: Lacies for Lions
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I have never worked in this area, I have heard it has been done by Lacys and done well. I would love to see it though. Keep us posted as you go!

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 Post subject: Re: Lacies for Lions
 Post Posted: Tue May 05, 2009 4:59 pm 
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catchaser wrote:
Stick it in a hefty roll cage it'll be fine. Just make sure the gaps aren't to big otherwise they can pull the tail out.


Ha ha, your going to fit right in :ymapplause: :-BD

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 Post subject: Re: Lacies for Lions
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I`ll pass that on to Mike....poor Broadway (my cat) sounds like she is in for a heck of a ride.. :)) The catch dogs have already caught her a few times..she is a mean girl so I`m thinking she could handle it ...NO ONE call PETA..Broadway will NOT be harmed.. :))

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 Post subject: Re: Lacies for Lions
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Not that cat she has made it this long she will ive all nine of her lives.

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 Post subject: Re: Lacies for Lions
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Catchaser First it is good to see you on here. I have ran hounds of all breeds but i like the Plotts the best. I stoped running hounds when i got to LAZY to be out at 2 am. trying to get them in so i could be at work by 6am. ~X( I have ran Lacys and hounds together and they work fine. The Lacy will be at the tree waiting on the hound most of the time. BUT most Lacys will not bark treed. The Lacy will run with his head up winding where the hound will most of the time have his nose on the ground. I have had my Lacys run a track 12 hrs. old. I think they can run a thack older than that but i can not prove it. As for training your Lacy just put him with some GOOD thash broke cat hounds and show him a few cats then stand by and have some fun. \:d/ Bye the way i have been doing this for 53 yrs. so if i can help you with any thing just let me know. Call any time you want to talk dogs.

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 Post subject: Re: Lacies for Lions
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Iknow exactly how you feel on the 2 in the morning stuff. But I've been lucky enough that 9 times out of 10 if I have to be out at those ungoddly hours I'm walking to a treed lion. And I'm not sure but Jim I think you might know the guy I've gotten two of my dogs from. His name is Jack Franks out of Antlers Oklahoma.

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 Post subject: Re: Lacies for Lions
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No i donot know Jack. I have never hunted lions most of my hound hunting was for coon. But i will soon be trying to trap a lion or two. I hope. :YMPRAY:

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 Post subject: Re: Lacies for Lions
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Never heard of very many lions being traped. And all the ones I have heard of were caught in bobcat sets.

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 Post subject: Re: Lacies for Lions
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The ranch we used to hunt on in West Texas trapped a lion.

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