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    Iiiiiiit's time! Well almost. A few interesting trail cam pics from the lease. Time and date are screwed up on some of my cameras and I aint smart enough to fix em.
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    Bloody coyotes!

    Yes, it should be a very interesting fall.....and winter.

    I of course missed the antelope sign up again.....for the 15th year.

    But I might shoot a couple deer this year. Lots of mule deer around and some nice bucks. Cheap protein for the family.

    Bird season is going to be very bad for us. Wont get near the income off that like we did.


    Also thinking about getting a snow mobile and getting into the fur business. Bloody coyote might be worth some money again this winter.
    There are but two seasons. Winter, and preparing for winter.
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    You and I feel the same way about the yotes Jim. I grew up trapping, it was a real passion and in those days I could make some spending money as well. It was mostly snaring for me, bought aircraft cable by the thousand foot roll. I'd love to see fur prices where they were 35 years ago.
    I hear those high country western bobcats are still pretty valuable too. Do ya'll have any cats in your area Jim?
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    Some in the hills to the South but they are pretty rare.

    Mostly fox and coyote up here.
    There are but two seasons. Winter, and preparing for winter.
    Jim

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    Is that a salt lick or are the colour in the picture off?
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    I can't imagine being passionate about snaring animals, as cruel a way of killing as there is.

    May your God forgive you, I can't.
    Im condescending, that means I talk down to people.


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    Why don't you go check out the gardening thread?
    There are but two seasons. Winter, and preparing for winter.
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    No, I'm just fine thanks.
    Im condescending, that means I talk down to people.


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    You REALLY wouldn't like the way coyotes are "caught" here Mick.
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    No salt, just sand. That's what topsoil looks like here Stig.
    Mick, just curious of your snaring experience. I've released more animals alive and well from snares than you can imagine, from bobcats to old ladies. And by the way, that would not be my choice but that's what the anti-trappers in Florida lobbied for and is now the only legal practical method of trapping.
    Ray
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