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    Survivors to be sure.
    The memories of a great day cannot be contained within a cooler.
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    A Gamo .177 takes the mean out of them! That's what I heard anyway.
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    Need to invest in one of those myself
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle
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    My summertime garden mortal enemy. Traps set as we speak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MCG1 View Post
    A Gamo .177 takes the mean out of them! That's what I heard anyway.
    one in the temple is the way I did it with my pump it up Sheridan .22 way back when I ran my trap lines as a kid
    would drop a big one like a small sack a taters for sure
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales
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    Quote Originally Posted by kycreek View Post
    My summertime garden mortal enemy. Traps set as we speak.
    they will work a garden over so fast it isnt EVEN funny ....
    my grandpa paid me to eradicate them when I was a young fella
    we had a 2.5 acre garden and them things like mentioned can be really smart
    the biggest one was the smartest and I had to read and read different techniques to outsmart it
    seems it was trap wise and was reaching under the jaw traps and setting them off by flipping them
    so one digs a light impression in the ground and sets the trap upside down and ....
    first set got his big old mean about hairless on the tail butt
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales

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    You can plant one sweet corn plant in the middle of a thousand acres of field corn and they'll find it...Don't ever let your dog chase/swim after one out in to deeper water they will get on its back/head and drowned your dog.
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    Duke's dog proof coon traps @ approx. $14.99 ea never fail me. Then a .22 between the eyes next morning cleans them out quick.............for a short time until another batch migrate in.
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    Sense the invention of the Duke Dog Proof Coon Trap my catch rate has gone up 100%. If that trap was around 30-40 years ago the coon would have been on the endangered species list here in south central Louisiana. I now use them around my deer feeders and it helps keep the population in check.
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    Duke's dog proof coon traps @ approx. $14.99 ea never fail me. Then a .22 between the eyes next morning cleans them out quick.............for a short time until another batch migrate in.
    You know me, I'm always ready for a road trip. Chip Newest member of Traveling Team Overalls
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    I have a couple of hog feeders that every corn eating critter seems to use..Usually they all get along but I have seen my deer run the coons off the feeder by stomping them with front hooves. my buddy showed me a picture of a 8 point grinding a coon into the ground with his antlers... I know a coon could put a hurting on a deer but they never do when I'm watching..

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