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  • The NC State Youth Championship (UKC) also commonly called the 'State Youth Hunt' will be held June 2, 2012 in Norwood, NC. There will be a UKC Licensed Bench Show at 1pm, followed by a treeing contest for the kids to enter their dogs in, then a 'coon squalling' contest for the kids to show off their talent. The final event of the day/evening at 7pm is a UKC Licensed Nite Hunt for the kids only, up to 18.
    This is one the the nations largest Youth Hunts and if your child has ever read 'Where the red Fern Grows' this is a great chance to come out see what coonhunts are all about. This event is family friendly and full of fun. The daytime events are very fun and spectator friendly.

    May 15, 2012 at 10:09pm

    The 2012 NC State Championship, as recognized by UKC, is now history. The event made a successful move from Moore County to Salisbury, NC this year. The show had 89 dogs shown over the course of 2 days. The nite hunt entries were at over 120 entries for the two days with a significant drop, due to thunderstorms on the second night after an 80 plus entry night on Friday. Winners will be published in COONHOUND BLOODLINES. Attached is a picture of the overall hunt winner:
    Picture 1 - High Scoring Dog of Hunt/NC State Overall Hunt Champion:
    Nt Ch ‘PR’ Rose’s Stylish Dot (TW)
    O – Kelley Branon & Larry Wishon
    H – Larry Wishon
    Picture 2 - Overall Show Winner/NC State Overall Show Champion:
    ‘PR’ Flatwood’s Rasin the Bar (TW)
    O /H – Gerald S. Black

    May 15, 2012 at 9:55pm

    The 2011 NC State Coonhound Championship as recognized by UKC will be held April 22 & 23 in Carthage, NC at the Moore County Fairgrounds. Daytime events include a dog show, kids dog show, NC Coonhound Assn meeting, and vendors will be on hand to do your shopping with.
    Each nite the best coonhounds in the state will group into randomly drawn casts of 4 dogs to determine which dogs are the best of the best in NC!
    Pics above are the 2010 Hunt Champion a Black and Tan male Gr Nt Ch Chenoweth's Rebel and the 2010 Show Champion an English Coonhound female Gr Ch Kentucky Mtn Cinderella Girl

    January 04, 2011 at 10:35pm

    North Carolina Coonhunters Assn is proud to sponsor the NC State Youth Championship (Sanctioned by UKC. The event is June 5,2010 in Norwood, NC.
    There will be a bench show, treeing contest, coon squalling contest, and a night hunt. Entry fees are FREE and food will be availble for a minimal charge. If you are interested in the sport of coonhunting this is a fun event to come watch as a spectator for the daytime events (bench show, treeing contest, coon squalling contest)
    DIRECTIONS - Norwood, NC; North Carolina State Youth Championship Take US Hwy. 52 south approx. 10 mi. From Albemarle, 52 south will turn into Main St. Turn right in between Milano Italian Restaurant and CB on W. Turner St. Go past baseball/softball fields and Comm. Center on left. Follow signs.

    May 23, 2010 at 3:40pm

    I do not want to start an arguement on the forum, but for those that realize that shared use of land is becoming a bigger issue and for many clubs adding small game hunters to your deer lease for 'after deer season' hunting is a great way to increase revenue for the club without adding more deer hunters. I have attached a study by the SC DNR which seems to point out that sport raccoon hunting has minimal to no impact on deer movement. Hopefully this scientifically conducted study will help get a few coonhunters access to land, even if it is after deer season...
    Hope everyone is having fun fishing this spring!

    March 21, 2010 at 11:26pm

    Gr Nt Ch 'PR' Bing's Tess took forth place among several hundred coonhounds in the 2010 Grand American Coonhunt located in Orangeburg, SC. Tess is owned by Donnie Frazier of Whitakers, NC and was handled in the hunt by Andy Harris of PineTops, NC.

    March 13, 2010 at 11:35pm
    A comment titled: Hogs in response to a report titled: hog hunting at butner falls

    I have coonhunted Butner/Falls lake Gamelands for 10 plus years. I have never seen a hog on this land. There are some coyotes as mentioned earlier, but hogs are usually eastern or slightly south of the triangle area. The closest i have seen them to the Raleigh area is the lowgrounds of Johnston county around Brogden.
    I also coonhunt the gamelands in Nash County and have not seen any there either.

    December 29, 2012 at 1:11pm
    A comment titled: Shared hunting land, just a suggestion in response to a report titled: Raccoons and Corn

    Consider getting a coonhunter to join your club or hunt your property with coonhunting access only. The coonhunting season lasts until the end of February, since deer hunting season ends Jan 1 you can allow access to someone who can assist in lowering the coon population and they will likely have fun doing it. I am a member of a deer club that allows me access to the land for coonhunting Jan 1 - Jun 1 and it's a great way to share access.

    May 15, 2012 at 10:22pm
    A comment titled: Coonhunting in response to a report titled: Coonhunting Jordan Or Chatham Game Lands?

    Sorry I missed this, I do not browse the forum here much...
    Next year you should give it a try. I know Jordan has some good coonhunting, it's best to wait after deer season as all that activity seems to blow it up for awhile...

    If you are ever east of Raleigh members of Toisnot Swamp Coon Club in Wilson are nice, they have a facebook and have often let folks stay at their club and pleasure hunt.

    May 15, 2012 at 9:45pm
    A comment titled: Grand American in response to a report titled: 2011 NC State Coonhound Championship

    The Grand American is one of the largest coonhunting events in the US. A hunter from Middlesex, NC won First Place Nite Champion and Fourth Place overall, a NC dog from the western portion of the state won First place overall...I was proud to see NC so well represented.

    I went to the GA for Saturday to walk around and buy a few supplies. My kids love it.

    January 14, 2011 at 10:46pm
    A comment titled: Yes, those are nice hounds in response to a report titled: 2011 NC State Coonhound Championship

    I am proud of the way most coonhunters take care of their hounds.
    I love a good coonhunt and try to go a few nights per week all year long. I can relate to the statement that it's hard to find a place to go. I lay low in Deer season, out of respect, and hit it hard afterwards. I myself have 2 Redbone coonhounds, both females.

    January 12, 2011 at 10:02pm
    A comment titled: coonhunter here in response to a report titled: Deer Population

    I coonhunt off New Light Rd, saw a nice Buck there (for Gamelands) several times deep in closer to the bridge than the parking spot that is cable gated. He was broke off on one side or would have been an 8, as he was a 4 and a nub. He was smart, would sit right there while we walked to the dog and watch us again as we walked her back by on a leash, he recognized we were no danger to him...I think it takes alot of smarts for a deer to make it to 8 pts on game lands...jmo

    January 04, 2011 at 10:44pm
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