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Welcome to Stewart’s Ozark Mtn. Blueticks

Welcome to Stewart's Ozark Mtn. Blueticks!  I bought my 1st bluetick coonhound pup from James Sikes of Viola AR in 1987 and have had the fever ever since.  She was Uchtman and Vaughn bred. In April of 2011 I bought a young male bluetick from Jeff Lovell of Spiro OK. "Reb" was a green young hound that could tree an easy coon at that time.  I continued hunting him here in MO and entered him in "our" 1st nite hunt on February 18th in 2012.  On November 2nd 2012 Reb finished to Dual Grand in Myrtle MO as a 2 year old. Reb's 1st nite champion win was at the 2012 Fall Roundup in Flora IL. That was the largest hunt we had attended at that time. Reb was the No. 4 UKC performance point earning bluetick in 2012.  There's a lot I could say about Reb, but I will just say he is a balanced hound and I still enjoy hunting him regularly.  Gets struck quick, opens plenty on the ground and gets treed quick.  Hard treedog.

We have a few females here that we are proud of.   Dual Grand 'PR' Anderson Fox Creek Penny, GRNITECH 'PR' HOTR Layup Lucy, 'PR' Steeley's Blue Dixie, and 'PR' Stewarts Smokey River G.I. Jane.  Crosses with Reb on Penny and Dixie are looking promising through the pups and we're hoping to make the cross between Reb and Layup Lucy. (Lucy was the high scoring bluetick female in 2008).

Jane is a young gyp that I raised here at home out of Cory Mailes' "Rattler dog and our "Penny" female.  She is coming along good  and "should" be hitting the competition hunts this winter or early spring 2014.  She has been entered in 2 bench shows and earned 2 BOS's. Very nice looking gyp.

Browse around and enjoy the pictures and videos!  If you believe that we have some bluetick blood that could benefit your coon hunting experience or breeding program, give me a call.  Pups available from time to time.  

Lowell Stewart