This is a tribute to James Larue, Powderly, Texas, who died April 10th, 2003. He was a boyhood coon hunting friend who has been sorely missed.
A couple of coons eating dog food on the front porch. Notice that the big coon has a "powder puff" on the very end of his tail.
I am single, and am currently looking for a green-eyed or blue-eyed, blond or redhead, who is a beautiful, level headed, passionate woman with lots of money. Must like to hunt and fish and own a good fishing boat..... Please send me a picture of the boat........
Looking for a "Good Woman"
......Gone but not Forgotten.......
Ch NiteCh PKC Ch Yadkin River Rowdee
(Grandson of Yadkin River Champ)
Sometimes when I am in the cool river bottom I imagine that I can still hear you working the track with your beautiful, clear bawl mouth, finishing it with your awesome two bawl locate , then going in to a loud, never ending hard chop. They didn't make many like you. I hope they have coon dogs in Heaven. If so, we will team up again.
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Hello to all my coonhunting friends who have visited my site through the years. I have started back hunting again and have a good super reproducing Yadkin River bred country coon dog to offer the public for stud. I am not sure I will ever competition hunt again due to my age and bad back but I am enjoying just having fun hunting with my friends again and getting much needed exercise. I have discontinued the classifieds and message forum. There was too many pop up ads and too much spam. I am going to start two new pages, one for questions and answers and one for classifieds. To participate, just e-mail me your ads and/or questions and answers and I will place them on the appropriate page. If you have pictures, send them also. BillCEnglish42@GMail.com
To all my good friends that I have hunted with in my lifetime as a coonhunter:
Thank you... It was a memorable experience that I will always cherish...May God bless you...
My male pup struck and finished his own coon last night (April 7th, 2016) he had good speed and located big with 100+ barks per minute on the tree at 5 months old. I see him making NiteCh quick. James Pembrook, Holdenville, Oklahoma.
Darrell Hammack - Seminole, Oklahoma
I've got a 6 month old female out of Skeeter that's a sure enough fine hound. This dog is throwing some of the best pups you can ask for. They are good looking pups and they start early !
Roper Farrow Henryetta, Oklahoma
7 months old. His sister is already treeing and he has also. His sire is NiteCh Mo Skeeter. This pup will also be a nice show dog.
Skeeter is a good looking, 65 pound dog with a head full of sense and a powerful nose and is easy handling. (Can be called in) He is bawl mouth on track with a powerful locate and a chop mouthed, stay put tree dog. He hunts in a wide sweeping fan shaped pattern, checks in if the coons aren't down, and trees a lot of lay-up coons. He made NiteCh with three first place wins, and has a win toward GrNiteCh. He is an example of line breeding at its best. He goes back to GrNiteCh Nocturnal Nailor 4 times, GrNiteCh Yadkin Tar Rattler 6 times, Dual GrandCh House's Lipper 7 times, GrNiteCh Yadkin River Jeff 12 times, WorldCh Stan's Sailor Boy 30 times, and WorldCh House's Bawlie 36 times. He is a proven reproducer of "natural" early starting, good looking pups. He is a prepotent, double dominant stud dog. All of the pups out of his last 2 litters are naturals and are "coon crazy". Stud fee $200.00 I will breed NiteCh and GrNiteCh females, Lipper females, or Yadkin River bred females (Trackman, Nocturnal Nailor, Yadkin Tar Rattler to name a few) that are proven coon dogs for a pup. Brucellosis test required for females who have been previously bred to another dog.
Janie- 10 month old pup out of Tree Time Mandi and Skeeter. Owned by Eric Matthews, Central Texas.
In memory of NITECH Ratchet Sackett
Sire: CH GRNITECH Rock River Sackett Jr.
Dam: NITECH 'PR' Layberger's Late Night Cindy
Just a good old country coon dog. He handled like a dream and was as straight as an arrow. I scored points in the hunts with him while the rest of the dogs in the cast were running hogs. No face barking, no growling, no "jockeying for position" on the tree . They don't make them like they used to !