Smokey River Line of Bluticks


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Smokey River Line of Bluticks

Postby 1280 » Tue Dec 22, 2009 12:27 am

I just recently recieved a 5 month old bluetick female from a buddy. i plan on running her on bear and coyotes. She is out of heavy Smokey River breeding. Both parents are excellent cold nose cat dogs. I was wondering if any one has had a smokey river blue and how their noses are and how gritty they are on big game?
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Smokey River Line of Blueticks

Postby BlueTick PWR » Wed Dec 23, 2009 3:40 pm

Howdy there, I had a bluetick that was out of Smokey river peaches or her line came from that. She treed her very own bear without any help at 12 months old. Then She bayed a lion up in the rocks with two other dogs at 12 months old. The dog taught me something about hunting with hounds. She was a absolute natural, Hope to get another one like her someday. She was strikeing bear off the rig at a year and half old. She jumped over the side of my rig and broke her neck, Dead at two half years old. That was the toughest day I ever had.
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Re: Smokey River Line of Bluticks

Postby 1280 » Wed Dec 23, 2009 7:57 pm

Thanks for they input. This is the second time this cross was made. The first cross was a proven cross. I heard good reports on all of the pups from the first cross. They were all naturals on bear and coyotes. So i hope this one turns out.
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Re: Smokey River Line of Bluticks

Postby rooster » Fri Dec 25, 2009 11:51 pm

aint that how it kinda works? you could take a cull dog and road it down i-5 during rush hour traffic and if you lost it someone would bring it back to you unharmed, than have your best dog get cancer or something at 3 years old. maybe we should be breeding the culls they have longevity and they are very fertile?? :D
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Re: Smokey River Line of Bluticks

Postby cobalt » Sat Dec 26, 2009 3:01 am

What S.R. dogs is she out of?
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Re: Smokey River Line of Bluticks

Postby 1280 » Sun Dec 27, 2009 1:26 am

I dont know for sure. I dont have her papers back yet.
i know she has Cheif in her lines.
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Re: Smokey River Line of Bluticks

Postby Jim Meacham » Thu Jan 21, 2010 11:32 pm

Just curious if there is anyone out there who can tell me how I could get a S.R. blue. Had one as a kid and would love to have another but can't find the kennel. Any help would be appreciated. Don't even know if they are still around?
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Re: Smokey River Line of Bluticks

Postby catdogs » Thu Jan 21, 2010 11:59 pm

I had a SR blue from Terry Zink in Marion MT. Good track dog, FAST, well built and had a good nose. Used her on lion only - no bear.
The hounds all got sick last week, so I gave them a rest. Had to spend a few days with my wife......She seems like a nice person.
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Re: Smokey River Line of Bluticks

Postby 1280 » Fri Jan 22, 2010 2:13 am

I know there is some guys out there that breed smokey river pretty heavy in their dogs. A good place to look is in COONHOUND BLOODLINES. My female has smokey river jbs cheif 3 times in her pedigree. She is heavy smokey river bred.
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Re: Smokey River Line of Bluticks

Postby Jim Meacham » Fri Jan 22, 2010 3:30 pm

Thanks for all the help if you have someone with a very heavy line I would love to hear of it and try to look into contacting them in the very near future.
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Re: Smokey River Line of Bluticks

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Re: Smokey River Line of Bluticks **** Update****

Postby ropin&walkers777 » Sat Feb 13, 2010 12:50 am

hey if anyone knows of a heavy bred smokey river male for sale let me know? I am a serious buyer . 360-296-0314 I purchazsed aHeavy smokey river/utchman/ sugar creek mail from back east he is almost 6 months and is a sure dandy.
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Re: Smokey River Line of Bluticks

Postby glynnsdawgs63 » Fri Apr 16, 2010 10:17 pm

I hunt heavy old blood Smokey River dogs with a little bit of Arkie blood.I coon,bear, and hog hunt with Blueticks.

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website www.tellsblueticks.webs.com
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Re: Smokey River Line of Bluticks

Postby sps » Sun Nov 07, 2010 3:07 pm

Lyonel Charles in Sweet Springs MO raises SR blueticks, his # is 660-335-4284, seen it in bloodlines bluetick edition.
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Re: Smokey River Line of Bluticks

Postby ferjr » Sun Nov 07, 2010 3:32 pm

i have a smokey river/ utchman, he is a hell of a bear dog, great nose, fast, and a ton of grit.
i also have a smokey river/ ucthman/ vaughn, he is only a little over a year old but is turning out to be a great bear dog also, fast, tons of grit, maybe even a better nose than my other. time will tell, he is still a pup. deffinitely no complaints about either dog.
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