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Plug
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quote:
Originally posted by Guru:
Dang Plug, those are DE bucks?

Yup, we're so small we sorta fly under the radar. Might not be the brightest idea to post them.
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Your secrets safe with me.

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quote:
Originally posted by kbetts:
Your secrets safe with me.

Good! You know Kyle the thing that keeps our bucks the safest is all the doe/gun hunting and muzzle loading that the state now allows in Oct. Every Friday and Saturday and 16 of the 27 legal hunting days in October allow gun hunting for deer in some form. It does a good job of educating the bucks prior to the rut and has really effected daytime rut activity. [Mad]
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Plug, that buck on the right- I think you caught him in the act of something I've always suspected was possible but never had any positive proof of. I think he's in the middle of becoming invisible.

We have the same problem in my part of MS: 6 weeks or so of bow season, the first gun season, and into primitive weapon season before the rut gets going. By then bowhunting is extremely tough.

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Glad we feel the same Plug. Too many "wanderers" these days in our little state. All these gun seasons make everyone think they're professional deer killers. Would love to get together and shoot sometime.

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Plug,
You're going to have to start hunting at night then! lol. J/K. You wouldn't be the first one to accomplish that feat in Milton though! Nice, Nice bucks. Are the pics from Milton or somewhere else in the state?

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quote:
Originally posted by 684 Mafia:
Are the pics from Milton or somewhere else in the state?

TMI
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What do you think this critter is.

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River Otter

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That's what I though but some co workers laughed and said I was crazy,they have never seen one and I've only seen one while duck hunting in central Louisiana. This is in northwest Louisiana.
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Joebuck,
I was talking to one of your fellow club members monday and the way he talked, ya'll were very lucky. He said it went about 300 yards from the houses.

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I was there!!! it came 1800' from our cabin..sounded like a Million ton Weedeater with snap crackle and pops..I had one camera tree sucked up and thrown 100 feet. Colvert still kickin....I never saw the tornado because i was looking east...I went out after it and shish ka bobed 80# shote. We now have a new 4oo acre cutover!.....dang,you showed him that deer didn't you?...

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heck no.....i didnt show him that deer, i didnt even mention the deer. I did hear a farmer talking the other day really close to there saying he had seen a very good deer, he said to be 160" or better.

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Son of Texas, otters will wander. I have a newly stocked 5 acre lake on my place, out in the woods. The nearest river is a mile away, and there are no large creeks in the area. I found otter sign there a couple of weeks ago. I hope he's still wandering! I don't need any help eating my fish.

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Richie Nell
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Don...I think the wandering River Otter is the actual critter in 99% of "black panther" sightings. Black house cats are pretty common in most upland areas but not in the lower areas where a lot of "black panthers" are seen.

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