Pictures from the yard

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  1. catfish83861

    catfish83861 New Member

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    Well I haven't hogged the thread lately so thought I would post a couple of pictures of Elk or whatever that I have seen in the yard in the last few weeks. Hope you enjoy them.:D catfish

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  2. johnlives4christ

    johnlives4christ Former Guest

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    i love seeing critters in the yard, we have deer and turkey sometimes, the occasional rabbit 2
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    visited a friend last year who lives near wolf creek oregon.
    spent the night in his fifth wheel and woke up to a herd of 17 does
    and one racked buck, we were surrounded.
    I beleive he took a few pict. i'll e-mail and see if he could send one.
    I never seem to have a camera when i step out to critters in the yard:(
  4. Crpdeth

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    Arrgh, I hate you Redneck! :D:D:D:D

    If there is one man on this forum who I know of, who would never go hungry in a SHTF scenario, it would be you.

    Lucky man....


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  5. Suwannee Tim

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    Here's a picture from my back porch of the Suwannee River at dawn:

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    Here's another pic of the Suwannee, this time taken from my front porch:

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    Here's my neighbor's cat, hanging out in my tree:

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  6. Powderhorn

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    Smells in here. :p
  7. Suwannee Tim

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    Oh, that's probably the cat.
  8. Crpdeth

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    Got my TALL boots on. :D

    Great shots...


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  9. johnlives4christ

    johnlives4christ Former Guest

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    save your watches boys, your boots are already gone
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  11. catfish83861

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    I ain't never ete Leopard. Wunder how she would taste?:eek:;) catfish

    Oh by the way, beautiful pictures though.:) catfish
  12. Suwannee Tim

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    Is that a leopard??!! Holy smoke, the neighbor said it was a house cat!
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    johnlives4christ Former Guest

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    i know a guy that has ate mountain lion or bob cat, i cant remember which... heard it was powerful greasy... i would expect all cats to be
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    Actually John, Should I have my choice of meats to eat (and I usually do) I would take them in the following order. Lion, Buffalo, Elk, Beef then the rest of the hooved varmits.Deer and Bear are also very good but like Elk I have had so much of it I prefer the Lion or Buffalo. Bobcat however would do to eat if you were starving.:eek: Right next to Tuna in my books. Just my opinion. catfish
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    johnlives4christ Former Guest

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    i have always wanted to try buffalo, but never have had the chance yet
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    You are one lucky guy catfish, we have the occasional deer, but that would be an awesome experience with all of those critters
  17. Suwannee Tim

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    When I was a youngster my buddy and I decided to try to eat one of everything that flies, walks, creeps or crawls in Florida. Here they are in reverse order of preference:
    Moccasin
    Seagull
    Housecat
    Crow
    Possum
    Raccoon
    Squirrel
    Rattlesnake
    Feral Hog
    Deer
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    Up in the Carson National Forest
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    I got up to get ready to go fly fishing and a herd of whitetail does came to see if I had any pop tarts. (They like blueberry :D)

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