Thursday, November 13, 2014

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Friday, October 31, 2014

Ypsilanti Michigan Blood tracking dogs

Rear leg gut shot. My client didn't find any blood for the first 30 yards. He knew his shot was back so he used tracking insurance and Sypris made quick work for a steadfast recovery. 
Congrats Steve Miller. 

Burton Michigan. Deer tracking dogs

Gut shot. We tracked him 22 hours after the shot. Jumped and pushed him over 2 miles. We found him in a swamp and decided to back out to give him more time. With in 5 min the next day my client found his trophy. 

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Michigan deer blood tracking dogs Clio Michigan

http://youtu.be/SGRfSS0D9_E


Lawton mi.

2 day old track. 
2" of rain. 
Tracker Bo 5 month old Kopov Bella figured out that the buck doubled back and went in a totally different direction. Bella got to a point in a thicket where she kept searching this one area however just couldn't figure it out. Typically when a deer lays  in one spot for two days the area has a large ball of sent so it's hard for young dog to figure that out. 
This is a text from the hunter sent to Bo.  

Hi Bo...we found it thanks to you!!!!...it was about 10yrd into the brush were you awesome dog stopped!!!!!!!!...thanks again Tim, Joe , Jared and Carter!!!!!!!.....
Lawton Mi. 
Tracker Bo contact. 

Shiawassee County state land

.55 recovery. 
Sypris 88th recovery. 
State land big buck

Michigan deer blood tracking dogs Croswell Mi.

Liver 1 lung. 
The buck was shot at 7:30 a.m. And recovered around 2p.m.


Thursday, October 16, 2014

Howell Michigan

Scott LeFevre made a quartering to shot on this dandy 9 point buck.
With a bolt covered in crap and no blood trail Scott elected to use a deer tracking dog. He saved Rob Miller number off of the Michigan Sportsman Forum. A call was made and details figured out and Rob was their 3 hours after the shot. Sypris found the buck in 10 min. The blood trail was sparse and the tall weeds made it difficult to see blood. The buck ran 200 yards and died in Scott's pond. Scott elected not to track his buck because the sign on his bolt didn't look good. Scott would not have found him the night he shot the buck do to a sparse blood trail because the bolt exited the guts. 
However during daylight he would have eventually found him. It was vital we tracked him the night of because it was so warm out.