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DAMN! Hog & Cougar Hunt w/Dogs Argentina/USA!!!

Postby bill10979 » Sat Apr 14, 2007 3:10 pm

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Postby bill10979 » Sat Apr 14, 2007 3:35 pm

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Postby TobyTx » Sat Apr 14, 2007 5:36 pm

Holy @#$#
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Postby shawnsgriff » Sat Apr 14, 2007 7:40 pm

Not my idea of hunting......
No matter how little money and how few
possessions you own having a dog makes you rich.....

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Postby Bigshrimp » Sun Apr 15, 2007 7:42 am

Looks like the Canadian hockey team...stitch them up and get them back on the ice :lol:
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Postby TobyTx » Sun Apr 15, 2007 8:16 am

Man thats when a gun comes in handy!


I was thinking the same thing. Don't know why people use dogs to catch a dam lion.

I was also eating when I watched the clip. :-&
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Postby Ryan » Sun Apr 15, 2007 11:00 pm

Why you would pull a cougar down to the dogs there is proof it only rips up dogs. Shoot the damn thing then send the dog up to drag it down dead.

What a Joke.
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Postby bill10979 » Mon Apr 16, 2007 7:36 am

Their hunting style is different than ours, Argentinians dont use guns, they use knives, even for large Russian Boar and mountain lions.
Otherwise its considered cowardly. They have this thing with machismo. Im fine with it but dont like risking dogs.
Not saying I agree, but your dealing with cultural differences that go back decades if not centuries.
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Re: Hogs

Postby KYgsp » Mon Apr 16, 2007 7:46 am

bill10979 wrote:And a Bulldog Catch:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxe5_9Y2 ... ed&search=


That guy needs to find a better catch dog, that bull dog is just going to get himself and the bay dogs torn up catching like that.

If you get a chance check out the Dogs on Hogs videos from a guy in TX. He uses Dogo crosses and BM curs in his operation. They get it done a little cleaner and quicker. His dogs go in and hit like a tank and catch on the head, then all his curs pile in.
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Re: Boar

Postby KYgsp » Mon Apr 16, 2007 7:48 am

bill10979 wrote:Their hunting style is different than ours, Argentinians dont use guns, they use knives, even for large Russian Boar and mountain lions.
Otherwise its considered cowardly. They have this thing with machismo. Im fine with it but dont like risking dogs.
Not saying I agree, but your dealing with cultural differences that go back decades if not centuries.


Not to mention that it is dangerous to shoot into a mob of dogs latched on to a hog.
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Postby JoeHop » Tue Apr 17, 2007 11:16 am

Wow... Wonder where they hold the field trials for that style hunting. Ha.
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Postby S_J_KENNELS » Wed Apr 02, 2008 1:59 pm

I just noticed this thread and had to commit on it. Like was said previously in Argentina the dogos are tested in various mannors. One being one on one against a mature big cat and the other with a mature wild boar. They are also the main source of many families meat income down there as they do not hunt for sport rather then for food.

Here in the states the Dogo is mainly used as a catchdog. Rarely are they allowed to hunt and catch their own prey as in most areas there is not enough land to do it on in one big section. Even here in Texas. If you look on the net you can find more clips of dogos that are culls and should not have been hunting. As the dogos nature by breeding is to track down and catch their prey. Any dogo that first bays at the prey animal, in most cases hogs, is a cull and not worthy of being bred. As they should show NO FEAR.

Here in Texas and most of the southern states this type of hunting goes on all the time. We use dogos and BMC's to try and control the hog population. So that farmers crops and ranchers' fields are not damaged as much. Here are a couple of pics you might enjoy.

Dogos vested and ready to hunt:
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Boar harvested by my nephew with a knife an my dogs:
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Here is a pile of 13 hogs from one nights hunt. Caught with dogs and harvested with knifes only:
http://boards.tx-outdoors.com/photo_alb ... _J_KENNELS

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Re: DAMN! Hog & Cougar Hunt w/Dogs Argentina/USA!!!

Postby Thunderbelly » Sat Apr 19, 2014 7:28 am

Just one question Shane, how much longer do we have to wait before we can hunt boars like that here in Canada?
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Re: DAMN! Hog & Cougar Hunt w/Dogs Argentina/USA!!!

Postby slistoe » Sat Apr 19, 2014 4:29 pm

Thunderbelly wrote:Just one question Shane, how much longer do we have to wait before we can hunt boars like that here in Canada?

I hope that there are never that many boars in Canada that we could hunt them. I think travelling to Texas is quite a fine idea if you want to hunt boar.
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Re: DAMN! Hog & Cougar Hunt w/Dogs Argentina/USA!!!

Postby marysburg » Sat May 17, 2014 2:17 pm

Hogs are already declared agricultural pests or vermin in many municipalities in western Canada due to the huge damage they can do to crops and farms. We can shoot them as pests at any time, just as we can shoot coyotes, skunks, etc. Often people do not realize hogs are even in the area due to their secretive nature. The damage they cause is noticed first, without ever laying eyes on the animals.
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