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When you catch a Racoon or oppossom in a live trap what do you do with it?

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  • #16
    That’s an easy one!

    You stuff the critter in an old suit case or travel bag. Drive down town where all the gang bangers hang out and place it in the middle of the road and setback with a camcorder and patiently wait with camcorder rolling for someone to stop to pick it up!

    O’so much fun!!!!

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    • #17
      Normaly we are trying to get squrills but if we do i let them go. i dont get many in the city.

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      • #18
        Let um get a head start, then shoot, that way its up to your skill to get them. Instead of shooting them in the trap. It gives them a chance to live.

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        • #19
          Kill 'em all. They all eat my chickens and ducks. I like to shoot them on the run also. It gives them a chance.

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          • #20
            GOOD FOR ALL OF YOU THAT KILL THEM!!! All they do is get into barns, chew up stuff, eat cat food, get into garbage, and KILL chickens! I am glad to here other people shoot them on the run too. So KEEP CATCH'N AND KEEP KILL'N.

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            • #21
              Let them go!
              And to most of your above, you are sick bastards. You give true sportsmen and sportswomen a bad name!! Most of the answers above make me sick to my stomach. If you can't promote our sport with intelligent opinions and answers, SHUT the #*!% UP!!!!!!!!!!!

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              • #22
                no i don't ussauly use live traps except when i have to for fear of accendentl catchs and for your info shooting a deer from a hunderd yards away is alot easeir than getting an animal to put its foot on a trap pan the size of a silver doller and it seems to me that if you catch a coon your ussauly trying got any btter dis batch methods!?

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                • #23
                  well i do that because i dont wanna waste my bullets, and if u do shoot the coon and plan to skin it there is a hole in it buyers will dok u

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                  • #24
                    richie, you clock it over the head with a stick.

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                    • #25
                      Hey Richie, I will reiterate "SHUT the #*!% up"!!!

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                      • #26
                        no i will reiterate for u one more time kill the damn thing keep on killin woot! woot!

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                        • #27
                          Hey just fyi Mr. Bedrock did you know that one racoon can eat 1 nest of turkey eggs each day for up to eight weeks in the spring! That is 56 nests. Thats alot of turkey. I dont think anyone here kills them just to be evil! Its to help the population of every other animal that they are killing. Think about it this way, if we didnt shoot deer they wuold become over populated then become sick from disease or starve from lack of vegitation. I kill racoons to help turkey, dove, and quail hopefully someday thrive in my neck of the woods.

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                          • #28
                            amen

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                            • #29
                              ive caught plenty and ive just opened the trap and they ran away. always b armed tho. if they r foaming from the mouth u will have to shoot it.

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                              • #30
                                Make a hat.

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