This is a discussion on Animal threats within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I've hunted all my life and still do but the only animal I cannot bring myself to shoot is a coyote. reminds me to much ...
December 20th, 2010 11:15 AM
I've hunted all my life and still do but the only animal I cannot bring myself to shoot is a coyote. reminds me to much of my dog.
Hunting black bear and moose up here in October-November though is a blast!
I was at the outdoor range yesterday playing with my new CZ and there were bobcat prints all over the place in the snow. They have made a huge come back up here in the last few years.
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December 20th, 2010 11:25 AM
We had a coyote get into our back yard we have 2.5 acres but have a small (100x100) yard for the dogs to go out in.
Between the 2 english mastiffs and the shepherd mix there wasnt much left to pick up, I honestly belive it saw my wifes 10 pound shnorkie (yorkie and snauzer sp?) and didnt relize that there was 500 pounds of dog around the corner of the house.
I would of liked to see him jump the 6ft chainlink fence i have a healthy respect for animals abbilities it is rather impresive to watch.
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December 21st, 2010 10:13 PM
The farmer a couple hundred yards from me now has sheep in his lot. That probably explains why the coyote is hanging around. I told the neighbor across the street and I asked her if they keep dog food outside for their dog and she said yes. That could also be drawing various animals.
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December 22nd, 2010 03:27 AM
They're pretty thick here too. . . I should check with the ranchers and see if they're doing a bounty. It's been a while since I've hunted any coyotes
Originally Posted by BugDude
December 22nd, 2010 06:46 PM
My friend has property in Virginia (Suffold area) and N.C. (Williamston area). The Va property had some rattlers but were killed off by a neighbor. We were transferring some of his stuff from Va to the N.C. property last summer. We turned into the driveway . At that time, a large Black Bear came out of the woods on the other side of the road, crossed the hiway and into my friends woods, not 50' from where we were. I went for my gun and my buddy went for his camera. The bear was long gone.
Next time out there, I brought a 12 ga with deer slugs.
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