Cur dogs near va?

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Cur dogs near va?

Postby Holiday2018 » Tue May 14, 2019 3:30 pm

Is there anyone that breeds mountain cut dogs in or around the va area. Mainly want one to put on coin but might throw it in a bear pack just to see how it does. Thanks
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Re: Cur dogs near va?

Postby Bearhunter247 » Wed May 15, 2019 12:03 am

There is gentleman on Craigslist that has a 8 month old brindle cur started on squirrel for 400. 3 weeks ago I got a 7 year old gyp from him to squirrel and coon hunt. She's a broke dog. He seems to be a very honest man and at 8 months old you can probably make it whatever you'd like to


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Re: Cur dogs near va?

Postby Bearhunter247 » Wed May 15, 2019 12:04 am

Sorry forgot to mention he's in the Bedford peaks of otter area

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Re: Cur dogs near va?

Postby Phillipsj » Thu May 16, 2019 6:32 pm

Depends on your style of hunting. I would suggest a bear stock hound cur cross, the old timers just call em curs. To me they tend to strike a hotter track and have the bottom to put a runner up. A straight mnt. Cur will run a bear for sure but it seems most are squirrel bred, at least in my parts. My hot striking jump dog is a lep cur bearstock redbone cross and he couldn't be bought. Just my thoughts and experience, that and a ham sammich gets you lunch haha.
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Re: Cur dogs near va?

Postby BSheets » Wed Jun 19, 2019 5:35 pm

I don't have any mountain curs but I have a litter of leopard cur/hound whatever you want to call them crossed with a plott about to drop any day in southern PA. The mother and father are both coon hunted and the father(plott) has been bear hunted as well. I have had curs for awhile and these dogs act very similar and handle better than a few of the curs I have had. They are open on track that is the biggest difference in them and the curs I have had.

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