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    what's your hunting dog?
    this is my hunting dog it's a "courant lucernoi" (this is how we call them in french)


    we use them to hunt:Wild boar ,Roe deer ,reed deer.
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    Hey, thats a Luserne stÝver. In Norway its used for hunting hares. It comes from Switzerland? I think they have some similar dogs in USA called bluetick? Maybe some of our American friends know more about this.
    I have a Norwegian moose dog which I use for moose and red deer. I just got a Jack Russel terrier as well, planning to use it on roedeer, red deer, fox and badger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolverine67 View Post
    Hey, thats a Luserne stÝver. In Norway its used for hunting hares. It comes from Switzerland? I think they have some similar dogs in USA called bluetick? Maybe some of our American friends know more about this.
    I have a Norwegian moose dog which I use for moose and red deer. I just got a Jack Russel terrier as well, planning to use it on roedeer, red deer, fox and badger.
    yep it come from switzerland(like me).accualy it hunts fox too

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    Are these dogs used to chase and bay or?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TOM View Post
    Are these dogs used to chase and bay or?
    this dog does not chase and bay

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    Here is one of mine and exactly what he gets used for.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BRICKBURN View Post
    Here is one of mine and exactly what he gets used for.



    great pictures
    is this in the USA?

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    Canada, although he has hunted in many states too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teenhunter View Post
    this dog does not chase and bay
    Is it used for tracking then or how do you hunt with it?
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    I don't have any dogs now, but I have owned, hunted with and bred Wire Haired Dachshunds since 1994 till last year.
    I have also owned a German Longhaired Pointer(Deutsch Langhaar) that I used for hunting.
    I hope to import a German Longhaired Pointer puppy from Germany 2-3 years from now.
    Great versatile hunting dogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRICKBURN View Post
    Here is one of mine and exactly what he gets used for.



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    Quote Originally Posted by TOM View Post
    Is it used for tracking then or how do you hunt with it?
    In fact they do chase... barking.

    For roedeer, you will let the dog go and the roedeer will circulate in the forest, very often coming back to its starting point after an hour or so. Just need to be at the right place at the right time and shoot at a (fast) running animal.
    For red deer and wild board, we look for tracks in the morning, the circle portion of the forest for exit. If we have entries and no exit, you know the animals are within the circle. You then post hunters at strategical locations (game path) and let the dogs go in this circle. Again, the animal will move out fast and you need to shoot at running game, most of the time open sight or red dots...

    It is a fun hunt

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    Quote Originally Posted by jepetto62 View Post
    In fact they do chase... barking.

    For roedeer, you will let the dog go and the roedeer will circulate in the forest, very often coming back to its starting point after an hour or so. Just need to be at the right place at the right time and shoot at a (fast) running animal.
    For red deer and wild board, we look for tracks in the morning, the circle portion of the forest for exit. If we have entries and no exit, you know the animals are within the circle. You then post hunters at strategical locations (game path) and let the dogs go in this circle. Again, the animal will move out fast and you need to shoot at running game, most of the time open sight or red dots...

    It is a fun hunt
    exactly

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