It's cutting them loose and having the pack run the rabbit until it gives up and goes in a hole or gets caught. And although the dogs usually don't catch it, they run like they want to. Just me and my pack of hounds, in any condition, on any day, in the roughest places I can find . . .

Monday, December 2, 2013

What I Need

I need some of these. I need them everywhere I run. Why can't they live in southern Ohio? Keith took this picture and posted it on the Hunted Hare Board. I think he does this just to torture those of us that don't have hare in our neighborhood.  :)


  1. You just need to load up the dogs and move north! And be willing to live with deep snow and deep cold. We're getting hammered right now, later this week the cold moves in with below zero highs. Should make for some good hare hunting.

  2. makes you what to load the trailers and head to the old mans corn field

    1. Interesting that you say this. I was just looking at snow depths and thinking about that week after Christmas. It might be a good time to slip away for a few days. And there isn't much snow at the moment.

  3. Thanks for the idea Tom, but I am not too sure about that cold. I sure wish I could give it a try though.