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I believe that I will no longer hunt predator's I have come to the conclusion as of today killing coyote's is stupid. I will no

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  • 99explorer
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    Outdoorlife.com has a website just like this one, but it is a lot more friendly to newcomers.

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  • country road
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    I think somebody needs a hug----

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  • bonnier-admin_2
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    never mind this isnt like face book i cant just upload pictures

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  • bonnier-admin_2
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    The post kill ritual was a joke about uncle named Robbie though. I posted it was a joke but we really do pour the blood of our first deer on the person who kills it in a white shirt. You friends are some troll's I come here looking for friend's not some punk's that think they are from my state. and don't know what they are even talking about. I am uploading the pic's later and if that don't satisfy you kiss my grits hill billy!!!!!!!!!!

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  • bonnier-admin_2
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    Never mind phone has to charge to take pics but they will be uploaded and to show I am no fake pic taker ill put a paper infront of me with stateguard320 on it. I am sick of you old red neck coot's stalking me. you aren't even from the south the majority of you queer's are from the north.

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  • bonnier-admin_2
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    now pic uploading time brb we will see who is the idiot in just a few minute's.

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  • bonnier-admin_2
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    I have never seen a coyote where I live and we are repopulating wolves stupid!!!! you shoot one u go to prison they have tracking collar's In Mississippi we have made the following extinct and are being imported and released. 1. black bear's 2. wolves 3. florida panther's 4.bald eagle endagered species list. 1. hog nose snake ( felony) 2. speckled king snake black with green dot's (felony)
    some weird frog ( felony)
    some turtle i believe a tortuse of some type ( felony)
    I would hunt coyote's but I would like to see more of them first. you know what mess it to make a point I will just hunt them. If they go extinct atleast I can say I killed some.!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • bonnier-admin_2
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    Fine what part of me is fake point it out I am fixing to show you who is fake. And as far as my grammar yes it suck's I cant help it. I have issues with hand writing and typing!!! you want some gun pic's? do you want to see some of my taxedermy? what do you want what is fake about me? hold on smart head ill show u what real gun's look like and a house full of them. along with taxedermy I have to many to post all but I will show u some gun's. Why do some of you find it necessary to stalk me anyway's are you into guy's ?

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  • 99explorer
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    state, if I may call you by your first name, I think your aversion to killing coyotes may stem from a fear of having to take a bite out of its beating heart as part of a killing ritual invented by your Uncle Rob.

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  • habben97
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    I hunt coyotes because they have really taken a toll on the rabbit and pheasant population in my area. according to my dad and late grandpa, you didn't hardly ever see a coyote years ago, and there were a lot of pheasants and rabbits. the key is to control the coyotes so they don't go completely out of control.

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  • ozarkghost
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    I find some of your statements, in this post and in others of yours, that are incredibly asinine not to mention unbelievable. I am not convinced that you are who you say you are and done what you say you have done. You will find that you might fool us for a little bit but the more you open your mouth the less we are fooled. BTW if you want people to take you serious learn to write well.

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  • santa
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    Stateguard 320, You definitely have a right to your opinion. I do not want to step on those rights in any way. I also respect your not wanting to personally hunt or kill coyote because I do not personally chose to kill deer myself. I do just want to point out though, that in a normally balanced natural setting, nature has its own system of checks and balances. But when we add the presence of man and his amenities such as farms and cities, the natural balance of nature is often thrown off. For example, when a farmer, who is trying to make a living by supplying the rest of the world with food, plants a crop such as watermelons and coyotes destroy the crop, some kind of control has to be done. Or if that same farmer tries to raise cattle and the coyotes kill every new calf, then some type of control has to be done. And even worse, if the coyotes start running the streets of your local town and start killing and eating your pet dogs and cats while in your own back yards, some type of control must be done. I have personally seen all of this happen. The town of Fairhope Alabama had to hire a trapper just to reduce the coyotes in their town. These wild coyotes here in my area have no real predators to help control their numbers except man himself. They are very smart, have excellent hearing, excellent sense of smell, and are down right hard to catch. So even though you personally choose to not help with these needed controls, someone still must take on the duty. I personally chose only to shoot deer with a camera, but I do eat deer meat and am not above skinning and cleaning one. I trap yotes and feral hogs because it just has to be done. I try to dispatch as humanly as possible and have respect for the life which was taken. I even respect the life of a plant when I have to kill it for food just like the turnip greens I had for lunch. So go ahead and make a pet out of a coyote and give it a home if you want, but remember that a great number of dogs, which have already had the wild bred out of them, are put down every day just because they do not have a home.

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  • Edward J. Palumbo
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    Should you choose not to hunt one species or another (or not to hant at all), I respect your opinion and wouldn't care to argue the point to change your mind, but your reasoning, as you have developed it, is deeply flawed. I live in NW Oregon, so there are a few predators you mentioned that I am unlikely to encounter, but some of what you've written stretches credibility. I wish you luck in your hunting, and ask you to read some of what has been written or contributed to this forum in the past. Many who frequent this forum are more than sufficiently experienced to find issues with your statements or your logic.
    When you post, feel free to offer your opinions, and feel obligated to tell the truth concerning your experience. I think we all appreciate that, and we're all here to exchange information or learn from each other.

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  • Happy Myles
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    Buckhunter,you are a hoot.

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  • DakotaMan
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    Wow! I am amazed at the lack of knowledge (both wildlife and grammar) and general understanding of reality that went into this rant. If you don't want to hunt coyotes don't do it. Nobody is twisting your arm.

    You must live far from coyotes and probably don't even know anyone who has lost livestock to them nor anyone who understands what top level predators do if they are overpopulated. You have probably never had your property covered with cyanide bombs by federal game wardens in order to control them.

    Good luck with your pet coyote too! You will find they are warm and cuddly until three months of age; from that point on, you will be torturing them by keeping them in captivity. When the first mating season occurs, you will find what they can really do to a well-meaning but ignorant human.

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