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  • Proof of Life

    As trackers, our number one goal is to locate your big game animal but we don't always succeed. Sometimes, we get stopped at posted property lines. Other times, the animals we are pursuing are not lethally wounded, as this "Proof of Life" Facebook post borrowed from our friends at Lampert's Hounds illustrates. "Check out this proof of life I received for a track we did October 1st, 2022. These pictures are from trail cameras October 7-16, 2022. - 40 lb draw weight - 650 grain arrow/broadhead weight - single bevel fixed blade - stand is 20' off the ground - 23 yd shot Oscar tracked her 172 yards to a bed. She wasn’t there. Then Oscar was able to get us another 968 yards with confirmation of blood. We pulled the pin, believing it was non fatal. This is one of those high shoulder shots we see a lot."

  • Want to greatly increase the odds of finding your marginally hit deer?

    These 2 tips I feel are your top keys to recovering your marginally shot deer. #1 is wait the proper amount of time before pursuing. #2 is preserve the scent trail and back out carefully as soon as blood gets sparse. DON’T GRID SEARCH!

  • Welcome!

    Welcome to the new Minnesota Tracking Dogs website. We are in the process of putting on the final touches and adding additional content, this blog being one of them. In the coming weeks, we will fill this page with useful and interesting content so check back often. Thanks

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