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    Tracking Help!!

    If you might be willing to help a fellow BowhuntingOhio.com member in tracking a deer this season please post what counties you might be willing to go to. Who knows, you may need help one day yourself. Also, if anyone has a tracking dog available please let us know. Once you see someone is in your area it may be a good idea to PM them to get their contact information just in case.


    At some times of the Fall I will be available in Meigs County or even Athens County.
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    i live in lorain county, willing to help out if needed in lorain, huron, cuyahoga or medina counties
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ID:	7547 I will track with my german bred tracking dog in South West ohio. I have done tracks up to 27 hours old, but like to get out there the first evening. Stay out of the blood trail if you make a bad shot ( liver or gut) and give me a call (513)526-3806. Watch what the deer does after the hit( hunches up, lowers his tail, and shot placement). This info gives me an idea whether we can find your deer or not.

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ID:	7548 MY dog tracks interdigital hoof scent when the blood runs out. I found this one last season 27 hours after the shot and a long track. The hunter didn't mind since he had enough cape for a shoulder mount after the yotes were finished.

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    Great to see you are going to offer your services again this year Dave!! I took the time and copied your posts to create your own personal thread. Feel free to update us any time with any success pictures and how the season is going. Here is that link:

    http://www.bowhuntingohio.com/forum/...outh-West-Ohio
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    guernsey or noble county

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    Wayne county sometimes, Jackson or Scioto sometimes
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    Wayne and Holmes county for me

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    outdrxman/ Cliff
    glad to see you back on here

    I will vouch for you saying your a nice guy and your dog does try , in my case it was hard with all the rain/snow that fell

    But sure if it wasn't for that things could have been different

    did find the one buck in late season by a neighbor, we were very close, just some how missed it!

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    Cliff you summed it up nicely. The same applies for me when you call me to track. I spared nothing including money and time on my dog including training and know the best chances of finding the deer you shot are to call me and not have all your friends and realitives tramping blood all over the place within a reasonable time period. When you hunters step on blood our dogs follow where you walk, because you are now laying a new blood trail on the ground for the dog to follow which takes the focus away from the real track. A dog works hard following these lines and can tire a dog out early in warm weather. I am confident that if you put a fatal hit on your deer, my dog will find your buck if you listen to what cliff said about staying out of the blood and calling as soon as you can. 513-526-3806. I also ask the reaction and shot placement of the deer. Cliff I have had someone call me about someone elses shot deer many times and it makes me wonder if maybe their tagging out two bucks, one with their tag and one with someone elses. Did you get your lab from the J J line down in Mississippi. Tara plantation ?http://trackingwoundeddeer.blogspot.com/

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