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FERAL PIG ERADICATION - FREE!
Pig problems on your property? Dogs are the most effective way of removing & deterring feral pigs. Outback Catahoulas has the answer! Our Catahoulas are trained to find & BAIL pigs. Our dogs are stock proof with one thing in mind - finding & bailing pigs! Pigs not captured will often leave the area due to hunting pressure.
ph Mick - 0438 155 510

The CATAHOULA has the SPIRIT of the WOLF, the SPEED of the GREYHOUND, the STRENGTH of the MASTIFF and the ASSERTIVITY of BEAUCERON. All this is piled into a loving, intelligent and loyal companion who wants nothing more than to please his master.

CONSISTENTLY PRODUCING AUSTRALIAS FINEST HUNTING & WORKING CATAHOULAS - PROVEN IN THE FIELD. GUARANTEED.

THE CATAHOULA (LOUSIANA CATAHOULA LEOPARD DOG) IS A PURPOSE BRED HUNTING/WORKING DOG. USED SUCCESSFULLY WORLD WIDE FOR FINDING/BAILING PIGS, HERDING CATTLE & GUARDING DUTIES.

OUTBACK CATAHOULAS BREED FOR QUALITY NOT QUANTITY. OUR BREEDING DOGS ARE SUCCESSFUL FINDER/BAILERS. WE ALSO UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF A SOUND TEMPERAMENT AROUND THE HOME WHICH IS A TRAIT WE WORK ON KEEPING IN OUR PUPS.

All Pups Are:
Bred from Working Parents.
N.A.L.C. registered with papers.
Guaranteed.
Microchipped - Vaccinated - Wormed.
Veterinary Health Checked
Socialised with our children & other farm animals.

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Latest Hunt:

June 14/15th - 2014

Dogs
- Outback's BO (USA)
- Outback's Jack (15mths)
- Crittle's Tiny (5mths)

Boars - 8
Sows - 4


With access to a new property highly sort after by many a hunter in the Top End, I was eager to get out and start exploring. One paddock at a time.
This hunt was to check out one of the smallest paddocks that took 2 days. With the Commander waiting for some maintenace parts and Opal servicing pups, TxMasons Hope in pup & the other two younger bitches in heat made for a very light on hunting team.
This consisted of Outback's Bo (5yrs) , young Outback's Jack (15mths) and temporary visitor Crittle's Tiny (BMC - 5mths).

We started at the left over Sorghum crops which produced a few average size boars and sows between 50-70kg. This was a good teaser to get the dogs enthusiastic after 6 weeks of no hunting.
It was getting late in the arv and we hadn't found a camp site yet so headed towards a few creeks and springs. We stopped at a possible site. Let the dogs out whilst looking and within a couple of minutes they hit up on another nice boar.
Thinking we can find a more suitable camp site we pushed on bit more, found a nice spring so called it camp. We let the dogs out again and they ran instantly. About 500m from camp over a ridge the hit up could be heard. We drove over to find a nice boar bailed that had already seen to give Bo a hit in the shoulder. I hit him with the 30/30 and we got him on the scales. Just under 102kg. Great start to our arvo.
We headed back to camp, set up when young Jack got interested in some bushes only 50m from camp. "WOOF" was the sound followed by "GRUNT". He'd bailed a 50kg boar.

We had a feed then hit the crops again on dark. A few more pigs added to the tally so an early night was had. The following morning we walked a creek and got two more boars then called it a trip.