Hunting
Photos
Bear Mountain Boogey
off Felix' Bucko X
Bear Mountain Tanna
treed on a bobcat.
Bear Mountain Crook
treed on a bear.
Crook is off Bear
Mountain Mose X
Bear Mountain Shema
..
Frijol a Leopard Cur
hunted almost
exclusively on
mountain lion in Old
Mexico by his owner
Vicente Fernández.
He was off Uphill
Boy's Doc X
Cumberland Valley
Black Patty.
Nick Steward's Bear
Mountain Hark
(Cumberland Valley
Romer X Bear
Mountain Lady)
treed on her first
bear. She made a
great bear dog.
Bear Mountain Kozi
(Bear Mountain Razo
X Bear Mountain
Shine) treed on a 38
pound tom bobcat.
Bear Mountain Mack
Duffie (Cumberland
Valley Hobo
III/Cumberland
Valley Ellie) Treed On
A Bear
Bear Mountain Mug
Shot (Bear Mountain
Razo X Bear Mountain
Lady) treed on a huge
California bear. Mug
is owned by Jimmy
Popham of Oregon.
Bear Mountain Pilgrim
(Bear Mountain Sprot
X Cumberland Valley
Liz) treed at 14
months of age on a
bear.

Jimmy Popham's Katie
(bred by Gerry Mead
off Bear Mountain
Cap Rock X Bear
Creek Zipper) treed.
Katie is now owned by
Vic Felix of Spokane,
WA.
Truckful of Leopards
ready to go rigging.
Bear Mountain Shema
(Barney's Buster X
Bear Mountain Token)
treed on a big
California bear. 
Bear Mountain Shine
II  (Hickory Springs
Sampson/Loves Black
Katie} Treed On A
Bobcat.
Sprot, Taxi, And Liz
treed on a bear.
Bear Mountain Taxi
owned by Erik Oller
(note "EO" freeze
brand) with a bear
treed in Lassen
County.
Richard Bailey's
Leopard Cur Meagan
used for coyotes/bear
.

Levan's Juda (Hickory
Springs Sampson X
Love's Black Katie)
.

Bear Mountain Token
II, Tate,and Lady
treed on a bear.

Nick Riley's Flathead
Valley Cammy treed
on a bobcat.
Bare Ground Yellow
Girl (Bear Mountain
Mose X Bear
Mountain Melody).

Bare Ground Rosie
(Bear Mountain Mug
Shot X Bear Mountain
Shine II) owned by
Jimmy Popham of
Oregon treed on a
bobcat.
Little Mtn. Spot sire
GC Newt dam GC Lady
bottom Little Mtn.
Dixie treed on bear
The great stud dog, Cantrell's
Socker treed on his first bear.
Socker was a saddleback.
The scarring on his back almost
looks like merling. Socker was
owned by James Cantrell of
Kentucky but was leased to Randy
Oller and died in California at age
13+ of cancer. Socker did well
right off when run on bear, even
though he had never smelled one in
Kentucky where he spent most of
his life hunting 'coons
.
This is an exceptional
shot taken of Nick
Riley's Flathead
Valley Cammy treed.
If you look closely
you can see the lion
in the tree.