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world championship catdog competion

Postby coastrangecathunting » Mon Nov 10, 2014 10:39 pm

10 days left to sign up for the cat dog competion . so far there are 12 dogs entered. Still some guys not signed up that I thought for sure would be. d. Walton. mark Armstrong. timm pittman. zip fendricks. tom barns. don't be scared to lose. be excited to win. 541*404*2618 100 bucks by nov 20th.

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Re: world championship catdog competion

Postby mark » Mon Nov 10, 2014 11:13 pm

Ha Ha Ha...... Pr.ck!

If my pup hones his riggin a little by the dead line i will enter him!
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Re: world championship catdog competion

Postby david » Thu Nov 13, 2014 11:11 pm

JC, do you have to have a deadline? How bout taking entries until the days are filled up or past? I think you might get more after they see they got a young world beater turning it on in January. That might give some of the younger hunters a goal to strive for. Not confident enough now, but might see their dog getting really tuned in nice and ready for an adventure in a week or two, if there is still an opening.
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Re: world championship catdog competion

Postby coastrangecathunting » Fri Nov 14, 2014 12:14 am

I think it is the only fair way, so everyone has a blind pick on the weekend they chose. WEATHER being the issue. This year might not get that many but we are up to 15 now. next year I was thinking about having it in south texas if someone down there had a place to hold it.

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Re: world championship catdog competion

Postby dwalton » Fri Nov 14, 2014 1:27 am

Just maybe some of those old seasoned hunters have nothing to prove to anyone. I just am tickled to death if I get one in a tree, I know I don't have the best dog. World championship seems to be missing some of the better old time cat hunters? I wonder what it would take to get all them in there on the hunt? I would truly love to see the best bobcat dog in the Northwest hunt. It sounds like the weather, when you draw out to hunt will determined a lot of what happens on a hunt. I would love to see a world champion bobcat hunt, but don't have a clue as to how you could run one. It sounds like this will be a lot of fun for the ones that do it though. Good luck everyone. Dewey
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Re: world championship catdog competion

Postby silentnight » Fri Nov 14, 2014 1:40 am

Where is this hunt going to take place ? Entry fee ?
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Re: world championship catdog competion

Postby coastrangecathunting » Fri Nov 14, 2014 2:32 am

coos co Oregon this year. I think this will turn into something big in a few years. figured I would start here and move it around the u.s. to a different state every year. if possible. I think it should only be held on dry ground . jmo . So if u are from Oregon and don't want to drive to texas next year u better sign up. lol now were at 16.

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Re: world championship catdog competion

Postby coastrangecathunting » Fri Nov 14, 2014 2:35 am

its 100 bucks. u pick the weekend u want to hunt from dec1st to feb. 28th. if u have questions call me 541-404-2618

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Re: world championship catdog competion

Postby coastrangecathunting » Fri Nov 14, 2014 2:38 am

some of the guys already signed up.
robin powell
sonny turner
don gilbert
jim conners
and many more .
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Re: world championship catdog competion

Postby twist » Fri Nov 14, 2014 3:13 am

Shouldnt matter dry ground, snow, wind, hot or cold. east, west, north or south sounds like some of these dogs can get it done anywhere any time. Should be a dandy time. Keep us all posted jc. Andy
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Re: world championship catdog competion

Postby bandoli86 » Sat Nov 15, 2014 3:52 am

What does it cost for out of state hunters to get license
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Re: world championship catdog competion

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Re: world championship catdog competion

Postby david » Sat Nov 15, 2014 10:55 pm

coastrangecathunting wrote:I think it is the only fair way, so everyone has a blind pick on the weekend they chose. WEATHER being the issue. This year might not get that many but we are up to 15 now. next year I was thinking about having it in south texas if someone down there had a place to hold it.

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Ok, I get the blind weather pick. But if you want it fair, here is something to consider (and I realize the hurdles are many and you have taken them all in stride beautifully). If some one signs up on the 20th to hunt December 6th he is picking a date less than 3 weeks away. That is an advantage no one else has. So what if you made the deadline two or three weeks from the chosen date?

For some of the great bobcat dogs in Maine, they will have 7,000 miles to travel round trip. At least $1,200.00 in fuel. Then $350.00 non resident permit, food and lodging. I know ther are out of staters that like to dream about coming, and would want to wait until their bobcat season had allowed them to tune up their dog a little or a lot.

That is a huge financial commitment for someone like that when there are as many unknowns as exist on November 20, regarding February 14.

All that to say, I think you might end up with several more entries if the deadline moved with the calendar date of available openings.
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Re: world championship catdog competion

Postby david » Sat Nov 15, 2014 11:05 pm

I realize there may be a dozen other reasons why you need a November deadline, and I respect greatly your organizational skills. It really is a marvel to me that you do stuff like this and pull it off so well.

Just passing on the sentiments of a non-resident of Oregon that I know of.
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Re: world championship catdog competion

Postby david » Sat Nov 15, 2014 11:15 pm

Speaking of Maine, there are a lot of good cat dogs in that state, and I would like to suggest it as a location for the competition in the future, if you want to test all issues found within bobcat hunting in North America. Wisconsin or the UP of Michigan or Minnesota would be my next choice, (in that order) and would be more central. Except now that I think of it Minnesota is the only one that allows out of state tags of those three. Will have to find out about Maine.

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