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 Post subject: Crows
PostPosted: 22 Sep 2006, 12:36 
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Anyone use crows (or their entrails) for bait? I shot two this morning after calling them in from across the water while out scouting "my" stream for raccoon.


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 Post subject: CROW
PostPosted: 22 Sep 2006, 17:30 
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I have never seen, witnessed, or heard of anything eating crow.
But... I'll drink Old Crow now and again. :?

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PostPosted: 22 Sep 2006, 19:52 
Oh, I don't know... I've been forced to 'eat crow' on a number of occassions. ;)


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PostPosted: 22 Sep 2006, 20:07 
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Oh come on now Lil Bit :lol: . You eat crow? Took you more for the BBQ Pizza type. :? How is your injury.........again? :cry:

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PostPosted: 22 Sep 2006, 23:24 
Metaphorically, yes. I have eaten crow. Good example: Brother stole my notebook at school and forced me to admit to everyone that I had the huuuuuuuuuugest crush on a guy named Ike who was in high school (I was in junior high but we rode the same bus). Good thing was though, he liked me too and we dated. Whee!

Knee is doing well. No worries. In fact, I'm soooooo flexible, I was able to paint my toes yesterday without having to contort myself. Heehee.


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 Post subject: crow
PostPosted: 23 Sep 2006, 00:27 
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Glad to hear your doing better Lil Bit. Just stop painting the bullseye on your knee. lol.

Seriously, has anyone ever known of any critter great or small that eats crow?

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PostPosted: 23 Sep 2006, 11:22 
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The only thing my research pulled up was a set using a crow wing hanging from a low tree branch as an attractor for cat sets. Problem is, I don't go out after cats.

I was thinking that it might be a better attractor/bait when the snow falls...black on white you know.


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i will use there feathers for trapping cats in a heart beat,have been known to shoot them in the summer off my buddys corn feild for feathers


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I have lots of critters on my farm, and i shot over ten crows one morning with my shotty and an electric caller. I left them propped up on the brush hogged corn stalks i had used to make decoys of them, and two weeks later they were still in the same field, frozen to the corn stalks. No sign of other critters, and they certainly were not knawed on.

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