croghan hounds

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croghan hounds

Postby ksbolen » Mon Nov 18, 2013 3:13 am

I'm the daughter of Bill Croghan. Anyone have a hound from one of dad's dogs?
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Re: croghan hounds

Postby Kflippen » Tue Nov 19, 2013 8:59 am

I don't have any but the bloodline has always interested me. I'm in NC and not a lot western bloodlines here that I know about do run hounds now? You might find some on www.masterfox.net at times there's a lot on there there's another board I've seen them on regular but can't think of it right now


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Re: croghan hounds

Postby coastrangecathunting » Tue Nov 19, 2013 10:10 pm

I know a guy that has some in his dogs. if you have access to some I would be interested in getting one.

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Re: croghan hounds

Postby Dads dogboy » Wed Nov 20, 2013 1:59 am

You will find a Breeder of your Dad's line of Hounds on OK, and several in Canada.

Contact Chase Publishing in Lexington, KY and they will be glad to give the contact info for these Breeders.

Most Coyote packs who are successful regularly will have some Crogan breeding if not a Purebred Hound!
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Re: croghan hounds

Postby Wackfelt » Sat Mar 28, 2015 7:04 pm

I have one in Sweden :) White Croghan blood
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Re: croghan hounds

Postby Dan Edwards » Sun Mar 29, 2015 12:41 pm

ksbolen wrote:I'm the daughter of Bill Croghan. Anyone have a hound from one of dad's dogs?


I'd love to hear or read stories about your dads hounds. Not the watered down stuff that folks still call them Croghans but the real deals.
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Re: croghan hounds

Postby Wardog » Wed May 31, 2017 12:01 am

At one time I was looking for a run to catch Croghan hound to try on hogs...and if he worked out I was going to breed him to one of my best females...never found one...someone mentioned a Hale/Croghan cross that consistently caught lots of coyotes...sounds like one I wouldn't mind trying out...
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Re: croghan hounds

Postby Dan Edwards » Wed May 31, 2017 1:50 pm

Wardog wrote:At one time I was looking for a run to catch Croghan hound to try on hogs...and if he worked out I was going to breed him to one of my best females...never found one...someone mentioned a Hale/Croghan cross that consistently caught lots of coyotes...sounds like one I wouldn't mind trying out...


There are several dogs out there that consistently catch coyotes. They come in all shapes, sizes, color, and blood lines. Find somebody who catches a lot of coyotes without spiking either fresh hounds or greyhounds and you will find the right dogs.
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Re: RE: croghan hounds

Postby Foxhuntercrazy » Sun Dec 16, 2018 1:34 am

I have in the past.
Got mine from boys in Mo. and Illinos,
I remember Indian Croghan which produced
Manns deacon.
They were good dogs, mine had some other
crosses though.
Flat kill a coyote.
ksbolen wrote:I'm the daughter of Bill Croghan. Anyone have a hound from one of dad's dogs?


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