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  • #16
    Originally posted by The Ole Man View Post
    Few rabies outbreaks and that just might change. The State doesn't mandate innoculating all the dogs for nothing ya know. None of these yotes are innoculated and they are moving to town.
    They are in town......

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    • #17
      The only good coyote is a dead coyote.

      he may look pretty in a picture, but they are filthy creatures. they stink to the high heavens and are usually covered in parasites.

      I try to shoot every one I see. I've killed two that were in the 50 lb range.

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      • #18
        W/ no closed season you can kill all those varmints want, just about anyway you want, all you got to do is find em, maybe that's the DNR plan kill'em
        " Is it ignorance or is it apathy?
        Hey man I don't know and I don't care" Jimmy Buffet

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        • #19
          New trout guiding dog!
          Those sure are puurrtty stars

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          • #20
            The old boy might be good otter repellent.
            "To be is to do." - Aristotle
            "To do is to be." - Niche
            "Do do be de do be de do.." - Sinatra

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            • #21
              Originally posted by wtbfishin View Post
              Kind of looks like a Red Wolf.

              Range
              Historically, red wolves ranged throughout the southeastern U.S. from Pennsylvania to Florida and as far west as Texas. Today, wild populations roam more than 1.7 million acres throughout northeastern North Carolina, including Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge and Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge.

              Could be, supposedly about 100 roaming around somewhere
              You just might be right. When I read your post I went searching. One of the things I found was a $2,500 reward for information about who may have killed a couple in NC. If that is a Red Wold, it's a federally protected endangered species, and killing it could land one in a whole bunch of trouble.
              "To be is to do." - Aristotle
              "To do is to be." - Niche
              "Do do be de do be de do.." - Sinatra

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              • #22
                Originally posted by scallen2112 View Post
                You just might be right. When I read your post I went searching. One of the things I found was a $2,500 reward for information about who may have killed a couple in NC. If that is a Red Wold, it's a federally protected endangered species, and killing it could land one in a whole bunch of trouble.
                Up in Habersham County, especially on the Soque, there are a few common statements you should know.

                1) What happens in Habersham, stays in Habersham.

                2) Kill it, Bury it, Shut up.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by huntfish View Post
                  Up in Habersham County, especially on the Soque, there are a few common statements you should know.

                  1) What happens in Habersham, stays in Habersham.

                  2) Kill it, Bury it, Shut up.

                  Might be a little late for that, since it's posted on the World Wide Web.
                  "To be is to do." - Aristotle
                  "To do is to be." - Niche
                  "Do do be de do be de do.." - Sinatra

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                  • #24
                    OK, I can understand the need to cull urban dwelling Coyotes. But this guy is living up in the mountains where wild critters are suppose to be! Why on earth would you want to kill it if it is not causing any problems? Also, if this is by chance a rare Red Wolf, then killing it would be a real shame!
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                    Former NGTO President
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                    • #25
                      I don't see the big deal with some coyotes up in the mountains. We all gotta share the same planet. Besides, he doesn't look that dangerous.

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                      • #26
                        Outstanding pop culture reference GB! I am not worthy!

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                        Buck Henry
                        Simple Goat Herder
                        Former NGTO President
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                        • #27
                          Obviously the deer care. Studies have shown, yes in Georgia, that coyotes are the result of over 50% fawn mortality every year. The yotes also harvest a high percentage of turkeys. Lets not even start about the candy, your pets.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Buck Henry View Post
                            OK, I can understand the need to cull urban dwelling Coyotes. But this guy is living up in the mountains where wild critters are suppose to be! Why on earth would you want to kill it if it is not causing any problems? Also, if this is by chance a rare Red Wolf, then killing it would be a real shame!
                            A red wolf would be one thing. But a coyote....

                            Clark, coyotes are not native to Georgia. They are killing machines and will put a hurting on fawns, turkeys and other critters we like to chase. No yote gets a pass from me.

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                            • #29
                              You will be hard pressed to convince me that we have a deer shortage here in Georgia due to Coyotes! How many deer can you kill on a tag in Georgia; 10 or has it gone up even higher since the last time I checked?

                              PS: and they may not be an original native, but they are now!
                              Message sent from your mom's bedroom during pillow talk

                              Buck Henry
                              Simple Goat Herder
                              Former NGTO President
                              Hall of Fame Member

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                              • #30
                                I'm with Buck, I don't get why the coyote should be eradicated out of wild areas. What would happen to our membership if we did away with every deer and turkey slayer?
                                Too, rainbow and brown trout are not native. Should we do away with them as well?
                                These brook trout will strike any fly you present, provided you don't get close enough to present it.
                                -- Dick Blalock

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