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Just results

Discussion in 'Sports & Activities' started by Primitive Supply, Mar 12, 2014.

  1. No explanation, just results. Gonna start Ratting pretty soon now that the squirrel season is over.

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  2. treezpitz

    treezpitz CH Dog Staff Member

    Nice pic PS!
  3. kjaquez1

    kjaquez1 Pup

    Good pic PS
  4. BigTazz26

    BigTazz26 Big Dog

    Hope you aint eating those rats.......
  5. The rats that I catch with my bulldogs are not vermin that live under someones house and eat the garbage from the refuse of a garbage can or rats that live in the city dump. These RATs live in the wilderness, and live of the acorns and wild berrys that grow wild in the woods. If you understood anything about what I do you would not make a statement like that. NO, the rats that I pursue with my bulldogs are no different than the squirrels that we catch. I am a wilderness instructor, and sometimes we DO eat the rats that we catch, if only it is a morsel we are glad too have it as sometime you can get very hungry making an effort to live off the land.......PS
  6. treezpitz

    treezpitz CH Dog Staff Member

    Nothing but respect from my way Prim!!
  7. BigTazz26

    BigTazz26 Big Dog

    I just didnt know there were other kind of rats that exist ....... when you think of a rat first thing that comes to mind is some ugly critter crawling out of a sewer. More power to you. I would love to live off the wilderness off the grid type deal. Sounds like fun. Much respect.
  8. bamaman

    bamaman GRCH Dog

    PS don't feel bad ..We hunt some ooyotes from time to time and I actually had some one ask me if we ate them...I don't think thier is a single person on this board that knows anyone who eats rats or yotes..living in the USA .And I have no idea why someone would ask such a question...
  9. bamaman

    bamaman GRCH Dog

    But PS keep posting man..I love the pictures and I know the hounds are enjoying it .
  10. treezpitz

    treezpitz CH Dog Staff Member

    Yes, please keep us updated on your hunts. I like seeing and I agree w bama, I know the dogs love it.
  11. Mudville_Monsta

    Mudville_Monsta Top Dog

    Not intended to offend anyone, But I feel that more of us NEED to learn how to live off the land. One day YOUR GOING TO NEED IT!
  12. treezpitz

    treezpitz CH Dog Staff Member

    I'm with ya Mudd, I've had the same thoughts. If I was closer to PS I'd already have a hunt scheduled. Growing up in the city I didn't get to experience with anything like this. Now I'm older, I really wish I would have had the opportunity to do so. What you got goin on is a good thing Prim!!
  13. Thanks to all for the positive input. I would like to start a APBT club that was strictly into catching small wild game, like squirrels, rabbits, rats, armadillos, raccoons etc. If anyone is interested let me know. I have a great training and imprintation program to get the APBTs into going for wild critters, instead of fighting. Don't get me wrong, I understand that the APBT is bred for fighting, but, todays dog fighting is so abhorded, that it would be crazy to get into that type of activity anymore. It isn't like it was back in the 60s 70, 80, and 90s. To much trouble and the wrong type of people involved with it anymore....PS
  14. b dub

    b dub Pup

    thats a great idea man .... keep up the good work for u and your apbts ......but i think some dogs would have a real problem huntin next to another apbt ,,,,,,,,, how due u make that work thanks
  15. Mudville_Monsta

    Mudville_Monsta Top Dog

    I grew up in the city too, But being that I'm Mexican American, gardening/Farming has always been in the blood. Along with killing and Butchering our own food. Now add to that 1 of my greatest influences in life was my unlce Tony Stacey RIP a 100% Ho Chunk Native. If it weren't for modern day tribes being ran from councils he would have been Chief. So let's just say living off the land and some other skills are second nature. But I need lots more practice and knowledge if I truly would like to make it in the wild. LOL
  16. Mudville_Monsta

    Mudville_Monsta Top Dog

    When I was younger I went to youth Camp Ran by the MIWOK tribe. I learned how to Fish, Gather, trap, & track a little. All only using what was available to us in the woods. I wish I was older @ the time. The older guys learned how to make Bows, Arrows, Spears, snares and other good stuff. I got schooled on a few things by my older friends and family but not enough as I wanted. Anyhow don't want to Hijack...PRIMATIVE SUPPLY Keep up the work and I'm also interested in how you keep them apart. LOL
  17. Well, you can only hunt male with female, and mostly only two at the time. Sometimes I can insert another female, but, you gotta be on your A-game, as the females can turn onto each other. The male mostly will stay out of it. The Key is to imprint the dogs very early in their lives 4 to 6 mos. and then they never consider another dog, only that which you have imprinted them on. Rats, Squirrels, raccoon and the like. There is much more to it than that, but, getting their prey drive focused on small game instead of another dog is a big part of training your dog for the catch when there are other dogs involved.......PS
  18. toom

    toom Big Dog

    Great thread,,lots of respect for wilderness instructor,,,I would be interested in a smaller gamebred varmit hunting apbt,,....I agree with the state of the game today.

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