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PostPosted: 12 Jan 2015, 20:52 
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Here is some cat pics from years past
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Boo with cat in above pic, taken a few days later in the same set as cat below
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Sam and Abby with above cat (a long time ago)
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My first cat in a trap :--D
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PostPosted: 12 Jan 2015, 21:17 
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Very nice bunch of cat pics over the years Mohawk, now what about those yote pics. We all know you got them :P


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PostPosted: 12 Jan 2015, 22:15 
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WCS and Mohawk- Always enjoy the pixs with the critters and the kids!! WCS, I don't know if you've had any grow up on you already or not but as you know, they surely will. Treasure the times because they're fleeting.

Hard to believe that these little boys are now grown to the physical size of men. One is about 5' 9'' and the younger one 5' 11. Both weigh about 200 lbs. Not so little anymore...

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Winter 2009-2010

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PostPosted: 13 Jan 2015, 05:13 
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Tell me about it nonpc..... :roll: :--?

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PostPosted: 13 Jan 2015, 07:35 
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Here are a few of the older catch pictures with kids and grandkids

Granddaughter on her first round on a trap line
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Eldest son with his fox catch...this photo ended up on the cover of the Trapper Magazine, he turned 47 yesterday-
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My youngest son with his first possum-
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Eldest son with chicken killing coon-
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My eldest 3 children helping get ready for an evening of skinning-

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A Grandson helping on the trap line-
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Eldest son and daughter with a fox he had just caught-
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My eldest stepson skinning his first trap line coon-
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My youngest son making a blind trail set-
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That should be enough of my pictures for now, I wish that over the years I'd had a good camera like we have these days. There would be many more pictures if that had been the case.

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PostPosted: 13 Jan 2015, 10:34 
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Great pics NPF and Swamp. Memories for life, great job


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This is an experiment to see if the video works this way......

http://vid918.photobucket.com/albums/ad ... 9f63eb.mp4

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Great! It worked on my machine. Anyone else? If this actually works right I will post some more vids.

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PostPosted: 13 Jan 2015, 13:56 
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The video works well TrapperAL, that was a very pretty red.

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Al, very well furred red you got there. Congrats.

Swamp, when is your trip to the trapping grounds?

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WCS wrote:
Al, very well furred red you got there. Congrats.

Swamp, when is your trip to the trapping grounds?



As soon as some of this wet weather moves out WCS. I had a line out for a week but the weather beat me back to the house. I did manage 3 cats and 3 coyotes in those 6 days.

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PostPosted: 13 Jan 2015, 19:47 
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Those are the couple I caught last year. This year they seem to be mocking me.


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Very nice bunch of cat pics over the years Mohawk, now what about those yote pics. We all know you got them :P

I don't have many yote pics, but here are a few:

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Man mo....that dog in #1 pic is a honey! Wish all were like him.

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Nice pictures everyone.


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Great pics Mohawk, I knew you had some hidden away of some yote catches.


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Good looking coyotes Mohawk and always cool to see old pictures like that swamp rat, my wife got to see her first live coyote on my line yesterday ( her first trip out ever) and she had a blast


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Some old fox pictures

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Old coyote pictures

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Old bobcat pictures

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Swamp that last cat has a face only a bad taxidermist could love! :P

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Amak wrote:
Man mo....that dog in #1 pic is a honey! Wish all were like him.

:lol: :lol: :lol: That's a 3 legged yote that I caught last year. She was great other than the lack of a running gear to hang her by. Interesting on the stretcher too, a bit lop sided. :shock:

Great pics everyone! I don't really have much to show from this year, other than wabbits!

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Mohawk wrote:
Amak wrote:
Man mo....that dog in #1 pic is a honey! Wish all were like him.

:lol: :lol: :lol: That's a 3 legged yote that I caught last year. She was great other than the lack of a running gear to hang her by. Interesting on the stretcher too, a bit lop sided. :shock:

Great pics everyone! I don't really have much to show from this year, other than wabbits!

Hope your taking them wabbits home Jim for the frying pan. Fried wabbit, yummy!

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Richard Murray wrote:
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Amak wrote:
Man mo....that dog in #1 pic is a honey! Wish all were like him.

:lol: :lol: :lol: That's a 3 legged yote that I caught last year. She was great other than the lack of a running gear to hang her by. Interesting on the stretcher too, a bit lop sided. :shock:

Great pics everyone! I don't really have much to show from this year, other than wabbits!

Hope your taking them wabbits home Jim for the frying pan. Fried wabbit, yummy!

Oh you know it! I'm enjoying some fine eatin off of them snared wabbits! Eases the pain of losing that snare. :lol:

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PostPosted: 15 Jan 2015, 01:19 
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Hey Swamp, how many of those black yotes have you trapped down your way? I know they have them across the southern states, but have never heard of anybody around our parts catching any. I think they are pretty cool. I would love to get just one for a wall hanger. 8)

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