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Hello sir,
First I would like to say how are you?
I have been on this site for a few years and what I learned is that you have a very great knowledge for our beagle world and by me looking for another dog I was thinking of the people I have meet on here that I know have good dogs. This had me thinking of who may have something that works for me. So you crossed my mind because someone that has knowledge like you has got to have some good dogs. So I was wondering do you still have dogs?
Do you hunt, trial or both?
What breeds do you run?
What style?
What speed?
What size?
Are they BLUETICKS? Lol
Do you breed your dogs?
Do you start, train, or condition dogs?
Do you have a running pen or do you do everything in the wild?
Are you like some of the other guys on here like Burnett and have the ability to train other types of dogs for racoon, squirrels, birds, bear, etc.....
I’m looking for something with some speed that can run the line. I only hunt but I would like something that can hold the line with speed. I had a female that could do this and It really cut down my checks. Since she isn’t with me anymore I’m looking for something to fill her spot.
If you or someone can help me with that please Pm me.
Thank you
 

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Deadeye this is me jumping into a conversation I was not invited but Donnie Tew has a female dog " Sammie" that from the videos are what you described. I'm sure she not for sale but you may can check on how she is breed. TJWRANGER has a great looking pup out of her that will be smoking rabbits shortly I bet.
 

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Hello sir,
First I would like to say how are you?
I have been on this site for a few years and what I learned is that you have a very great knowledge for our beagle world and by me looking for another dog I was thinking of the people I have meet on here that I know have good dogs. This had me thinking of who may have something that works for me. So you crossed my mind because someone that has knowledge like you has got to have some good dogs. So I was wondering do you still have dogs?
Do you hunt, trial or both?
What breeds do you run?
What style?
What speed?
What size?
Are they BLUETICKS? Lol
Do you breed your dogs?
Do you start, train, or condition dogs?
Do you have a running pen or do you do everything in the wild?
Are you like some of the other guys on here like Burnett and have the ability to train other types of dogs for racoon, squirrels, birds, bear, etc.....
I’m looking for something with some speed that can run the line. I only hunt but I would like something that can hold the line with speed. I had a female that could do this and It really cut down my checks. Since she isn’t with me anymore I’m looking for something to fill her spot.
If you or someone can help me with that please Pm me.
Thank you
Md deadeye

I am by far no Pro Beagler. I was mostly a gunner until 1978 when I joined Acadiana Beagle Club which was located in Eunice, La. at the time. I owned registered dogs, just Brace Rejects. The ones we owned ran to much rabbit for them. They ran at a pretty good speed and had hunt, totally opposite then what the Brace guys wanted so they were easy and cheap to get. Mostly were Pearson Creek bred. I hunted them everytime I had a spare minute. In my area I was known to have good beagles. At the time I was just a kid, didn't drive yet, but had hunters pick me up just about every weekend to rabbit hunt, especially after deer season. Since my dogs weren't as fast as most liked at the time, I liked to go behind where others had hunted before us and kill more rabbits then they did, but actually winning became important. I bought a couple dogs which were nice, but again, a person will never sell his best dog. Finally I came across Mr. Dudley Auzenne who recently passed away. He was interested in joining a Beagle Club. I was President of Acadiana Beagle Club by that time. He was accepted . He like myself in the beginning had nice dogs but couldn't win with them. I gave him a derby female, which was very nice, but lacked foot for above mentioned reason. When this female got old enough to breed, he took her to R B Sester to breed to FC Indian Hills Majer. The litter produced four pups, two females, two males. I was given a pair. Both became very good dogs, for Placing and winning a Field Trial on occasion and above all great gundogs. Mr. Dudley built on this line by adding The Blackcreek/Skullfork line in also and finished several Field Champions.

Today my dogs I run are Mostly Shorts/Blackcreek cross which are mostly 15" class dogs with good line control, just a bit over true medium speed. They are a little easy for todays SPO, but we had fun with them a few years back in SPO and using the same dogs in the TCP format.

Yes, we usually would get a Bluetick or two in each litter when using FC Mike's Bayou Current Little Joe on my females. Joe produced 4 Field Champions that I know of, plus many with wins and missing points to finish.

I am not a breeder, just a litter annually. Lately it has turned into a litter every other year. Old FC Joe is still living, but went with a female that could finish off of him that is double bred him, top a Field Champion off of him and bottom a very good female off of him to an Otis male with great hunt and line control. We now have a litter of 5, one Female and 4 Males. Hoping for good results. Just tried a complete outcross to see what happens.

I actually get my dogs started by someone else, and don't condition dogs.

I ran in the wild until 2018 when we moved the Beagle Club to Church Point, La. and built two beautiful enclosurers. with plenty native rabbits. It is totally different running then in the wild, but better for an old man. I am still getting adjusted to it, but not running as much as I once did.

All I own is Beagles, I never owned any other breed.

MY style dogs probably would not fit you, but I liked the Indian Hills stuff . Now I like the Shorts/Blackcreek/Otis /stuff. The Shorts/Blackcreek stuff has crossed really well for some producing nice dogs with hunt plus line control.
 

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Deadeye this is me jumping into a conversation I was not invited but Donnie Tew has a female dog " Sammie" that from the videos are what you described. I'm sure she not for sale but you may can check on how she is breed. TJWRANGER has a great looking pup out of her that will be smoking rabbits shortly I bet.
I’m looking for one that is already running or at least started. I would definitely look past SAMMIE being a tri color. Lol
But I’m sure if Donnie did decide to sell her the price tag would get me put out...
I bet if he did a auction for her he would get used truck money for her. From what I’ve seen that dog can really run a rabbit
 

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Md deadeye

I am by far no Pro Beagler. I was mostly a gunner until 1978 when I joined Acadiana Beagle Club which was located in Eunice, La. at the time. I owned registered dogs, just Brace Rejects. The ones we owned ran to much rabbit for them. They ran at a pretty good speed and had hunt, totally opposite then what the Brace guys wanted so they were easy and cheap to get. Mostly were Pearson Creek bred. I hunted them everytime I had a spare minute. In my area I was known to have good beagles. At the time I was just a kid, didn't drive yet, but had hunters pick me up just about every weekend to rabbit hunt, especially after deer season. Since my dogs weren't as fast as most liked at the time, I liked to go behind where others had hunted before us and kill more rabbits then they did, but actually winning became important. I bought a couple dogs which were nice, but again, a person will never sell his best dog. Finally I came across Mr. Dudley Auzenne who recently passed away. He was interested in joining a Beagle Club. I was President of Acadiana Beagle Club by that time. He was accepted . He like myself in the beginning had nice dogs but couldn't win with them. I gave him a derby female, which was very nice, but lacked foot for above mentioned reason. When this female got old enough to breed, he took her to R B Sester to breed to FC Indian Hills Majer. The litter produced four pups, two females, two males. I was given a pair. Both became very good dogs, for Placing and winning a Field Trial on occasion and above all great gundogs. Mr. Dudley built on this line by adding The Blackcreek/Skullfork line in also and finished several Field Champions.

Today my dogs I run are Mostly Shorts/Blackcreek cross which are mostly 15" class dogs with good line control, just a bit over true medium speed. They are a little easy for todays SPO, but we had fun with them a few years back in SPO and using the same dogs in the TCP format.

Yes, we usually would get a Bluetick or two in each litter when using FC Mike's Bayou Current Little Joe on my females. Joe produced 4 Field Champions that I know of, plus many with wins and missing points to finish.

I am not a breeder, just a litter annually. Lately it has turned into a litter every other year. Old FC Joe is still living, but went with a female that could finish off of him that is double bred him, top a Field Champion off of him and bottom a very good female off of him to an Otis male with great hunt and line control. We now have a litter of 5, one Female and 4 Males. Hoping for good results. Just tried a complete outcross to see what happens.

I actually get my dogs started by someone else, and don't condition dogs.

I ran in the wild until 2018 when we moved the Beagle Club to Church Point, La. and built two beautiful enclosurers. with plenty native rabbits. It is totally different running then in the wild, but better for an old man. I am still getting adjusted to it, but not running as much as I once did.

All I own is Beagles, I never owned any other breed.

MY style dogs probably would not fit you, but I liked the Indian Hills stuff .
Well I’m glad to know your story. If I was closer to you I would love to see them run. I think I would like to have the Indian Hills blood in my kennel, but they would have to be upper medium/fast. I hear a lot of about them. I know TJ really likes that blood. When you get those pups started and if they have some foot put me at the top of the list if you decide to part ways with them.
 
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