Old Mossy Horns
My attitude? Seriously? All I get on this forum is replied from guys like you...actually the same few guys. I get sick of it so I call you out...and you love it...thats the sick partI’m not being condescending. I’m being honest.
It’s not necessarily your question, more so you’re attitude that’s dumbass.
My attitude? Seriously? All I get on this forum is replied from guys like you...actually the same few guys. I get sick of it so I call you out...and you love it...thats the sick part
You mean kind of like we think you’re a self serving pretentious ?
Welcome to the forum, when your able, message me your phone number, I can add you to THIS list. For the list on NC Blood Trailing Network on fb, all you'd need to do is either send pic of UBT certification, which you could send me or I'll see if an admin on NCBTN can look you up. Have a good season.My name is James Brittain I own Carolina Game Recovery and would like to be added to the list of trackers. I have been a member of UBT for years I am from Claremont NC 28610 area and I like to stay within a 90 miles circumference of home but I have done recoveries all over NC, SC, VA,Tenn,and Kentucky.
glad to hear about your services and welcome to the forum.My name is James Brittain I own Carolina Game Recovery and would like to be added to the list of trackers. I have been a member of UBT for years I am from Claremont NC 28610 area and I like to stay within a 90 miles circumference of home but I have done recoveries all over NC, SC, VA,Tenn,and Kentucky. I have worked for 18 years to come up with what I think is the ultimate game recovery dog it’s a mix of Weimaraner, English Lab, Redbone and Bloodhound. I have a degree in Animal Biology from NC State.View attachment 122089
How can I get my dog tested? I'd like to test him before the season starts.This link will take you to the NCBTN Tracker map that is updated for 2023, this is the NC Blood Trailing Networks trackers map. We are a group of individuals that enjoy tracking and have come together to network and help hunters. Although we cannot cover the whole state, we are hoping we can come together to recover even more animals then we did last year (245 tracks, 116 recoveries). This is way higher then average of 25% over the US. To use the map, click the link, find your county, now you can uncheck the layer for "county" to get less clutter and see the trackers in your area.
Remember there are a lot of scenarios in which a fatally hit deer is impossible to sight track, if you believe the deer may be dead, give a trained dog the opportunity to use his nose before you grid search or give up.
Mitch (aya28ga) 252-213-0037, Vance County
Jeff Annis (bowhuntingrook) 919-482-3002 Granville County and surrounding counties. *UBT 2 Certified.
Michael Young 704-701-6583
Cabarrus and surrounding counties
Ron Waters 919-921-0132, Wayne County and surrounding counties.
Matt Jones 704-418-5113, Cleveland County and surrounding counties.
Bryan Brinkley 919-980-1025, Granville County and surrounding counties including Johnston. *UBT 2 Certified.
Joshua Kennedy 919-671-4841, Wake County and surrounding counties.
Scott Schlaiss 706-26-8119, Union County and surrounding counties. *UBT 1 Certified.
Eric Johnson 704-243-9156 Union County and surrounding counties. *VP Certified.
Keith Childers 980-521-2409 Rowan and Cabarrus counties, UBT 1 certified
Chris Jones 910-835-6460 Richmond County and surrounding counties. *UBT 2 Certified.
Michael Gietl 757-328-0896 Bertie County and surrounding counties. *VP Certified.
Jake Comer 336-254-7143 Cumberland and surrounding counties, UBT 1 certified
Bryan Turney 336-413-0692 Stokes and surrounding counties, UBT 1 certified
Jason Matthews 336-2514871 Yadkin and surrounding counties, UBT 1 certified
Drake Slaughter 336-516-6978 Alamance County and surrounding counties
Matt MacGyver Bennett 423-413-3877 Martin County and surrounding counties.
James Brittain. 704-742-6969 Catawba County and surrounding counties. UBT certified
Bc George 843-513-3329 Iredell and surrounding counties. UBT 1 certified
John Yutzy 704-677-6711. Iredell and surrounding counties UBT 1 certified
Devin Blake. 631-487-9169. Cabarrus and surrounding counties UBT1 equivalent
Terry Troutman. 828-421-5246 Buncombe county and surrounding counties UBT Certified
## OUT OF STATE TRACKERS HELPING NC ##
Kenny Frost 423-483-4643 / 423-863-0909 Johnson City, TN, will help cover NW NC
Julio Morejon 864-901-7750 Henderson and Transylvania counties. If no one is available from NC. *UBT 1 Certified.
Bryan Goodwin 864-270-6549 Henderson and Transylvania counties. If no one is available from NC. *UBT 1 Certified.
Hunter Dutruch 225-347-9055 Buncombe and Henderson county, UBT 1 certified
Chuck Prichett 864-238-4448 Henderson and surrounding counties, UBT 1 certified
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Scott Schlaiss on the tracking list, contact his phone number which is located on the tracking list, he's one of the only judges around.How can I get my dog tested? I'd like to test him before the season starts.
Yea, I ran a training line with a friends puppy for him few days ago, decided to run it with Cooper 12 hours later and boy was he overly excited about that hide at the end.
Not a deal breaker at all. Dog would probably not be as accurate to the line because the scent is diluted, but all they need are microscopic particles. Dried scent is more concentrated but doesn't put off as much scent, the dog works little harder in dry conditions but is more accurate and tight to the line.Rook/experts - does rain completely eliminate the ability for your dogs to track? Debating whether to even take my kid in the morning given showers likely throughout the day. I realize a good shot should allow for a blood trail - but let's say a less than perfect mortal wound and rain washes away blood trail... are dogs still able to track? I'm assuming worst case scenario - mortal wound, blood trail washed away, deer travels a good distance before expiring. I realize rain doesn't help. But is it a deal breaker for a tracking dog?