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Identify Print Please

Discussion in 'The Hunting & Fishing Forum' started by ninjatoth, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. graehaven

    graehaven Well-Known Member

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    Exactly.
  2. Zane71464

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    Okay...hope this works...carver, what do you think of these prints? I sure don't know?

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  3. Terry_P

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    Can't tell size but I'm guessing not real big and looks like two coon tracks, one on top of another or a six toed sumpin or other.

    The first track looks like a dog to me as well. The pad isn't elongated enough for a bear and in the muddy soil tracks can look a little weird.
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    That's what I was going to say! :D
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    Half bluetick half walker
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    its prolly a ferral dog. Its not a Cyote cuz the toes aint shaped right. The smaller prints I woud say possibly a wolverine but I am reluctant to say so. Its prolly a stray of some type runnin around.
  8. Zane71464

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    well yep to all the above, I know when I saw them there we were haveing a drout that spring and at the edge of a drying up pond it was polluted with tracks. But the ones just looked different. Ive ran across, or should I say bear have ran across me in the past down here on suprise. There is over a 1,000+ acres of fields and rough terrain and everyone but me has claimed to see bear while out. I have sit night and day with spotting scopes and cameras just wanting to get one on film. But havent yet, but have been on the 4 wheeler out and about have have ran up on them a few times. Is it just my luck or are they that illusive? I mean the hours I have sit and I have heard them...just would like to see one while waiting to see one! Ya know..
  9. Big ugly

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    It never fails, While you are looking you will not see one then when you least expect it you run across one. I went through this while lookin to get pictures of the bug Cat there in Briceville Tn. I am goin back up there when the weather breaks. I plan on spending alot of time up there till I get pictures or a carcass either way I will have my proof this spring.
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    so very true...it never fails.
    Hey there ya go with the CAT idea. Here while we are haveing this not so good weather is a good time to spend sometime out and about and tracking while the snow is still on. And another thing is the couger, they are in this area as well. At least they have been this past summer...passing tru or whatever. Me and my son was comeing back on the 4 wheeler from bow hunting and one jumped from "somewhere" over in front of the path we were on and was like a streak! We both saw it and it was gone as fast as we caught a glimps of it going over the trail. Scared us both speechless at the time.
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    I really can't tell from the angle of the photo. Would have been better if shot from directly above. But again, I would suggest dog tracks. You might have some different critters up there in the north than we do down here in the south.
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    Has my little puppy been poopin around yer house...:eek:... sorry

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    Al I love Mastiffs. Huge, Drooly, Loyal, Intemidateing. The only problem is keeping them in food.
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    Now that is one BIG beautiful dog. I thought my Rott was big...I was WRONG!
    Beautiful dog ALMOUNT!
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