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PostPosted: 05 Nov 2011, 14:45 
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This pic was sent to me last season, supposedly taken in east Texas. Real or not, it's spooky!!


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PostPosted: 05 Nov 2011, 15:25 
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albino swamp booger?

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PostPosted: 05 Nov 2011, 15:35 
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Caught a couple last season, matter of fact. Junked my #2's but the double staking held 'em good.

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PostPosted: 05 Nov 2011, 15:45 
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got that sent to my phone last year if i got that on my trail cam i think i would find another area to hunt :--o

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PostPosted: 05 Nov 2011, 18:02 
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Looks like a starving mangy Sasquatch. I'd guess an MB 750 would do the job

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PostPosted: 05 Nov 2011, 19:02 
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Yeah I ve caught em before. Don't have very good fur though

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PostPosted: 05 Nov 2011, 22:13 
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Never had any encounters like that, Jase, and I hope I never will.

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PostPosted: 05 Nov 2011, 22:48 
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Sounds like the Predator movies. Didn't those ugly mugs come to Earth to hunt when it was really hot outside?? I second Tanner's wish that I never experience what you did jase. Although, I think it would be a real "come to Jesus" moment if I heard such a freaky noise!!

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PostPosted: 05 Nov 2011, 23:17 
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yall ever notice how far fetched junk on movies finds its way into some sort of truth over time :shock:

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PostPosted: 06 Nov 2011, 14:16 
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LOL. This is a clip out of the movie "I AM LEGEND, according to KKAC on the Arkansas Trappers Asso. forum. He said he put the dvd in and found it.
I'm like him, if I caught one, I'd let one of the Game & Fish officer get it out!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen:


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PostPosted: 06 Nov 2011, 14:28 
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I wonder if that thing is related to the legendary faulk monster? :lol


The Fouke Monster was created by one of the old-timers to keep folks out of the woods and away from his still!!!
The company I retired from in Texarkana, Ledwell & Son, was the producer of that movie, The Legend of Boggy Creek. They produced several more including The Bootleggers. Mr. Ledwell played a minor role in The Bootleggers. Charles B. Pierce movies.


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PostPosted: 06 Nov 2011, 18:28 
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Not to sound like I'm trying to prove you wrong, Arkie, but that's not from I Am Legend. I've seen I Am Legend multiple times and it takes place in New York City. There isn't one scene of being near the woods.

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PostPosted: 07 Nov 2011, 06:17 
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yea I got dozen s of pic. of them on my trail cam's...meth makers are all they are.. :wink:

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PostPosted: 07 Nov 2011, 08:05 
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Not to sound like I'm trying to prove you wrong, Arkie, but that's not from I Am Legend. I've seen I Am Legend multiple times and it takes place in New York City. There isn't one scene of being near the woods.

KKAC said it is from a scene where he goes into a building and there are critters eating on a dead deer.


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PostPosted: 08 Nov 2011, 01:10 
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"yea I got dozen s of pic. of them on my trail cam's...meth makers are all they are."

Great line, Chief!! Yeah, that's about what a meth head looks like after being up for a week. Nasty, nasty stuff. A lot of press on rural meth labs and such but the biggest suppliers are the Mexican drug cartels. They know how to cook up chemcials as good as American dirtbags but do so in much larger quantities. I think its about time we tell the Mex gov that we're going to start droning the drug cartel leaders just like the towel heads in SW Asia. Just like the movie Clear and Present Danger but out in the open. Time to deep six those MFs (pardon my French) :twisted: !!

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There is alot of rual meth labs around the country. And a strung out meth head is almost bullet proof until he/she runs out of blood. It is a danger equal to rabid animals. Please be carefull on the trap lines and always carry enough personal protection. A .22 is a great dispatch tool, but a .45 might just save your life. I hope everyone is always safe, but its never a garauntee! Good luck

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erik_caught_it wrote:
There is alot of rual meth labs around the country. And a strung out meth head is almost bullet proof until he/she runs out of blood. It is a danger equal to rabid animals. Please be carefull on the trap lines and always carry enough personal protection. A .22 is a great dispatch tool, but a .45 might just save your life. I hope everyone is always safe, but its never a garauntee! Good luck


Funny you should mention that, most that know me know that I have a .38 S&W that I wear while camping alone and a .22 while running the traps. Rural drugs have made this necessary. We had one guy's body found not far from my camp with his throat slashed....I don't think the case was ever solved. Being careful and aware of what's going on around you is very important down here, especially when you camp alone as much as I do.

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PostPosted: 09 Nov 2011, 00:30 
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ArkieFur wrote:
Tanner98 wrote:
Not to sound like I'm trying to prove you wrong, Arkie, but that's not from I Am Legend. I've seen I Am Legend multiple times and it takes place in New York City. There isn't one scene of being near the woods.

KKAC said it is from a scene where he goes into a building and there are critters eating on a dead deer.


I just watched the movie. That is in a building not in the woods. I am sure it is probably from a movie though. Perhaps he has the name mixed up.

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PostPosted: 10 Nov 2011, 08:04 
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ArkieFur wrote:
Tanner98 wrote:
Not to sound like I'm trying to prove you wrong, Arkie, but that's not from I Am Legend. I've seen I Am Legend multiple times and it takes place in New York City. There isn't one scene of being near the woods.

KKAC said it is from a scene where he goes into a building and there are critters eating on a dead deer.


I just watched the movie. That is in a building not in the woods. I am sure it is probably from a movie though. Perhaps he has the name mixed up.


He probably does. If anyone does find out exacly where it came from, I would like to know. Thanks.


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PostPosted: 10 Nov 2011, 15:49 
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The reason I carry a .454 Casull loaded with 300 grain solids. For the meth heads, I use my Bear .45 acp with 230 grain JHP Golden Sabers.


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