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This is a discussion on Deployed the G27 in SD last week - sort of within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Thats cool. I've had some really great close encounters with other wild animals while bowhunting. Most of the time, I sit completely undetected even to ...

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    Thats cool. I've had some really great close encounters with other wild animals while bowhunting. Most of the time, I sit completely undetected even to other predators. This tells me that "we" are the ultimate predator of all. Make sure to post your elk harvest too. Good luck.
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    Firing a 40 caliber didn't phase the cat!

    I guess you should have said "shoo....go away".

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerinWstuff View Post
    I was down in the San Juan's. Had an opportunity on a shot at a huge bull standing 42 yards from me but I'd just finished pulling up my draws from squatting in the woods. (how's that for a visual Rottkeeper??).

    My cousin and I stalked in on another bull about 40yrds away but he saw/winded us before we found him and he was outta' there.

    Lots of chances on deer. My uncle got four seperate opportunities and three different muzzleloader shots off before he was finally able to close the deal and we ended up with some meat in the freezer. We were giving him a lot of crap about being a hack.

    My tag is still valid this week but I'd have to run up somewhere in the crowded front range. And being by myself this week, I don't know how I'd get the thing out of the woods.
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    When using scent attractants when hunting, make sure you don't rub Catnip over your clothes to dull your human scent.

    Btw... Very cool pictures.

    Are you planning on pursuing your lion permit in the future?
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    This is something I always think about when I call coyotes. The cats like the distressed rabbits as much as the coyotes, but the dogs will run right up on you and let their buddies know too, but the cats will sneak around behind you. Seen a few bobcats that way, but never one of the big ones. I finally got nervous having to keep an eye on the 6 the whole time and decided to sit on top of an old building with a ladder as the only way up (for me or a cat).

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    I'm glad things worked out for you. Those cats should not be taken lightly. In defense of the DOW lady, getting out of the blind so that it could see you were human might have sent it running. He may have been trying to figure out what was moving in that funny looking clump of bushes (blind). However, I'm not sure that I would have done things any different. I don't know what your blind is like, but if you have to turn you back on a stalking lion to get out, I think I would stay put too. The DOW lady's advice is the standard speech concerning encounters with mountain lions as well as many other animals. I'll be packing when I go elk hunting.

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    North Dakota is open for business!!
    Theres alot of em around, seems like their making a comeback. A family driving home from Bemidji MN hit one on the road last weekend, this one was full grown too. Keep your eyes peeled out their, humans arent the only ones hunting. =O

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    Hiking without weapons could have been a real concern. When the cats won't leave after warning shots...I'd be real concerned.
    Interesting pics...

    (I would not have mentioned 'warning shots' when talking to any Fish & Feathers agent.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    (I would not have mentioned 'warning shots' when talking to any Fish & Feathers agent.)
    No doubt it could have caused more problems for me than necessary and I considered withholding that part. But, I felt the fact that the cats weren't put off by gunfire was an important fact and given the situation, even an anti-gunner would have been praying for a and a few warning shots in that situation.
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    Good post! Photo to back it up...priceless!
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    I've got a Ruger .44 as well, and the silly thing is HEAVY.

    So, I just HAD to buy one of the Taraus Titanium .44s. That thing weighs less loaded than my Buckmark .22.

    I carry it with the first and maybe second shots loaded with snake shot. I think had you peppered her with a bit of snakeshot, she might have been discouraged

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    PETA would have sued you for scaring the cat by shooting at it.. you could have accidentally hit it.. haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoadRunner71 View Post
    Kitty sure was looking perplexed in that photo! I know for a fact that if kitty had come up on me like that I would NOT have been jumping out of a blind. Warning shots and yelling was likely your best choice.

    Good job, but next time you go out there, take a wind-up mouse toy and a ball of string. Kitty looked like she wanted to play!
    I was thinking a poodle on the end of the string.

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    Don't think the lion license would have been a problem if you would have wound up in a survival scenario. Thank goodness the kits were just curious and not too curious, sounds like they were getting to that stage. You might have wound up being a new playmate without your consent!

    Beautiful cat by the way!

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    Awesome pics. Glad you able to make it out of there w/out having to shoot one of them.

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