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Discussion in 'Rabbit Hunting and Beagling' started by SHOOTER, Dec 21, 2009.
I like a med speed but I have 2 upper med hounds also
We just got one speed... wide open:razz:
I would say mine a medium speed dogs.
mine or medium speed
Mine are medium also
How do you tell the difference between medium fast and fast? Mine hardly ever catch a rabbit, and when you shoot one, its usually like a couple minutes before the dogs catch up. What speed is this?
My dogs are just medium speed, but usually catch a half a dozen or so a year, by just steady pressure, Rabbits are not made to run for a long time, but fast for a short time. Alot of guys that run medium speed dogs catch rabbits. You are just going to have to watch enough different speed dogs run to figure out what you have, or go with someone who knows
I call mine med. speed but want nose to govern speed to scent conditions
I would say mine are med speed (4-5).
I would say my 2 are med.-upper medium depending on conditions
mediuem speed here
our dogs are 6-8 on speed depending on the scenting conditions
I started beagling about 3 years ago and started with the fastest dogs i could find and didn't have any luck with staying on a rabbit So i got out of it for a year and just got back it to beagling in september buyin what i call med speed and just now got 4 dogs put together that i like and can stay with a rabbit and i would call them med
Most hunters that like to have long sustained runs end up with the medium speed dogs. They loose fewer rabbits. Although there are some very good fast dogs, just like driving a car "the faster you go the more likely you are to run off the road and crash"!