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09/15/2016: Coonhound Advisor

Dog Not Struck in Catches Coon

08/19/2016: Coonhound Advisor

Deleting Points for Off Game in a Live Trap

07/13/2016: Coonhound Advisor

Side-by-Side Vehicle in Nite Hunts

06/22/2016: Coonhound Advisor

All clubs are reminded to send their reports in to UKC in a timely manner. While UKC already has late fees that are assessed to any late reports, it seems they don’t always help to get reports turned in on time. Don’t be surprised or disappointed if UKC starts taking stronger actions against clubs who don’t send their reports in on time, starting with not confirming future scheduled events until all reports are received.

05/19/2016: Coonhound Advisor

This month’s column is dedicated to UKC event or hunt-related policies that may not be written in the Coonhound Rulebook. The first subject is a new policy, while the rest were taken from the archives to serve as a refresher course.

04/15/2016: Coonhound Advisor

This topic is near and dear to my heart. It’s one of my pet peeves, actually. How many times have you seen a cast gather and someone, usually the person in possession of the scorecard, exclaims, “We are all really Judges for this cast.” It can happen even in cases where a club or association has made an effort to appoint a quality Judge on the cast.

03/15/2016: Coonhound Advisor

In a tree-scoring situation, the dogs are treed on a den tree. There’s a hole in the side of the tree where handlers can look down to the bottom and see fur. However, there is some question on whether the coon is alive or dead. Here’s the question. Is it okay to take a stick and poke at the coon in the den or is that considered molesting a den?

02/15/2016: Coonhound Advisor

Coonhound Advisor Allen Gingerich Non-Hunting Judge Calling Time Out for Dog Not Struck Based on Telemetry Q: This question pertains to a three-dog cast with a non-hunting judge. Dogs A and B are declared struck and opening on trail to our left. Dog C is moving to the right, according the handler’s telemetry. Dog C still has not barked and is not struck in when the handler says his Garmin« shows...

01/25/2016: Attention, Club Officers! Event Supplies and Event Licenses

Your club’s corresponding officer, as shown on record at UKC, should have received your event supplies to cover all of your events for 2016. This includes scorecards, entry stickies, MOH checklists, Cast Breakdown Forms, Appeal and Misconduct Forms, and other event-related items. The amount of supplies you receive is based on the number of events UKC has scheduled for your club throughout the...

11/23/2015: Q & A

Scenario: Dog A is declared treed first for 125. Dog B is declared treed second for 75. Dogs C and D are out on trail. After the five is up and the cast arrives at the tree, they find that Dog A and Dog B are split. Dog B is on the next tree over. The judge moves Dog B up to first tree position on the scorecard and they shine Dog A’s tree for the ten minutes but do not find a coon. The cast...

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