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Discussion in 'Patterdale Terrier' started by Badlandshunter, Mar 4, 2013.

  1. pookie!

    pookie! GRCH Dog

    Me and the BF are looking to get as male Patt from one of the top Patt hunters in the country sometime soon, they are such awesome dogs!
  2. who is this TOP PATT HUNTER?
  3. pookie!

    pookie! GRCH Dog

    One of the top, north star
  4. Cool, no one is the best terrier man/woman!!! every body hunts different.. i am not trying to be a smart ass!! some need a hard dog, some need a soft dog...
  5. Yep it all depends on what you hunt, and the terrain you hunt
  6. pookie!

    pookie! GRCH Dog

    Badlandshunter, I didnt say he was the best, I said ONE of the best.
  7. Same thing, lets talk about dogs... Not how good someone is. I know I get what your saying....
  8. pookie!

    pookie! GRCH Dog

    I might :) could be good fun, I am looking for yote and javelina hunters around the Phoenix area, we have some dogs we wouldnt mind getting into it, one small bitch would be a little firecracker on anything
  9. still looking for members!! please come and join!! i am looking for terrier hunters.
  10. catchrcall

    catchrcall Good Dog Staff Member

    I don't know if you're going to have much luck finding anybody that hunts javilena with dogs. They're pretty much known as dog killers around here. Bad news if you get them bayed.
  11. pookie!

    pookie! GRCH Dog

    Interesting, how big are the ones around your area? Our are super tiny, just like the coyotes out in the desert, really small. One in the city or on the edge are much larger, coyotes I mean.

    Thats why I was looking for people who do it, to ask questions and see whats up. I know we have a lot of coyote hunters out here and was mainly looking into that because they are easier to find.
  12. catchrcall

    catchrcall Good Dog Staff Member

    It ain't the size of the one, its the size of the herd. They stick together and help out their own if one gets in trouble. Also, take a look at their teeth. Four spikes made for biting rather than cutting. They do a lot of damage quick . Thankfully I haven't had the pleasure, but anybody I know of that hunts where they are hates those things.
  13. catchrcall

    catchrcall Good Dog Staff Member

    Forgot to add, the javelina I have seen I would guess at about fifty pounds
  14. pookie!

    pookie! GRCH Dog

    We dont really have herds, maybe one to three at the most together.
    See living in Arizona I dont see whats so bad about them, they arent big, they are very shy and run away. Most people think javelina and think, they are vicious "pigs" that will attack you no matter what, and thats just not the case. Hell even when you corner them in your yard they would rather run away than come at you, guess it all depends though.

    Ours arent to big, around the city and close outlying areas, I am sure the 50-60lbers are around but I think they are a lot less common since our desert doesnt offer to much and hasnt for a while cuz of the drought. Mostly 30-35lb ones I have seen.

    Guess we wont be doing the dog thing with them lol yea I never looked at their teeth, pretty interesting, I dont know why I never did, people confuse them with pigs a lot and I always have to correct them.

    I would much rather coyote hunt anyway, they seem much more of a challenge and most people will gladly let you come remove them, no shortage of coyotes in the rural areas
  15. I've been DYIN to go coyote hunting. Plenty of 'em around here too. Waitin for these Staghounds to grow up!
  16. MsAcer

    MsAcer Good Dog

    The bad thing about all pig things are there are not enough big predators to keep the numbers down. They eat ANYTHING and f-up most habitats.
  17. Yep wild hogs LOVE them some deer too
  18. pookie!

    pookie! GRCH Dog

    Funny, I love me some deer too! lol
  19. DancesWithCurs

    DancesWithCurs Good Dog


    I want me a Jagd, but I was putting some serious thought into getting a JRT pup for ratting from Muscle Russel here in MD

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