State Certified Tracker Mike Riepen

State Certified Tracker Mike Riepen
(248)200-9805 Tracker Mike lives in WhiteLake Oakland Co. and covers the entire Lower peninsula

Tracker Jeff Murphy

Tracker Jeff Murphy
517-449-2638 Tracker Jeff will track in Clinton,Ingham,Eaton Counties. Will travel when available.

State Certified Tracker Mark Krull

State Certified Tracker Mark Krull
(231 )218-3944 Immediate Counties: Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, Antrim. Can travel to: Leelanau, Benzie, Manistee,Wexford, Missaukee, Roscommon, Crawford, Otsego, Emmet, Charlevoix and Cheboygan

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Upper Peninsula Deer tracking dogs

Co worker called and said he shot a nice one and found little to no blood and it got dark and needed help. I've tracked 2 deer for his family but only after hours of them tracking first and never made a recovery he remembered the hard time I'd given him in past and called this time before they tracked it all up. Started in field where he thought buck was standing and Dozer made couple circles and started heading in direction he said the buck went. We went about 30 yds in field and another 20-30 in woods before I saw first blood and I let Dozer know he was on right track with a Good Dog and he dug in and never missed a beat. The blood was good at time and then it'd go 30-50 yards with nothing. The deer went approx 3-400 yards and my buddy looked and said no way we would've found that buck and I'm glad u gave us a hard time on last calls because Dozer made that look easy!

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  1. Co worker called and said he shot a nice one and found little to no blood and it got dark and needed help. I've tracked 2 deer for his family but only after hours of them tracking first and never made a recovery he remembered the hard time I'd given him in past and called this time before they tracked it all up. Started in field where he thought buck was standing and Dozer made couple circles and started heading in direction he said the buck went. We went about 30 yds in field and another 20-30 in woods before I saw first blood and I let Dozer know he was on right track with a Good Dog and he dug in and never missed a beat. The blood was good at time and then it'd go 30-50 yards with nothing. The deer went approx 3-400 yards and my buddy looked and said no way we would've found that buck and I'm glad u gave us a hard time on last calls because Dozer made that look easy!

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