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B-man715

Any Beagle Owners??????

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Hey guys,

I was just wondering if there are any fellow FM'ers that have a beagle(s). If you do, do you hunt them?

I have three myself. A 3 year old, 2 year old and a 7 month old.

If I'm not on the ice you can find me out in the woods listening to the music of hounds chasing a snowshoe hare!

Let's see some photos!!!

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I have a 3 yr old that has never hunted, but I gotta think he would love to smile

Long line of champions in his bloodline from what I was told.

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I have a six year old. He's never hunted except for the wabbits in our back yard. He has a severe heart mumer so he can't do a whole lot before he has to stop and rest. I've taken him the dog park and it's hard to keep him near me so he would need a lot of work to hunt.

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We have a 11 month old beagle, haven't hunted with him yet, but he is constantly on the trail of squirrels and rabbits. He took off after a bear that went threw the yard the other day and was howling like mad. Looking forward to running some islands for deer with him probably next fall.

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Just got one for my son. Thinking it would be great to do rabbit hunting with him. Any special training tips for beagles?

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