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Trapping a new ranch in south TX #7445390
12/30/21 07:36 AM
12/30/21 07:36 AM
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Mark June Offline OP
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Living the Vida Loca - the "crazy life"
Getting a new ranch in south TX all set up. The Mrs. is along to trap alongside me on this ranch so even more fun in the sun!

I hear the cell phone ring and then I hear Donna say, "Well, Mark is kinda busy right now."
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Ah yes, the two poop set with two lures working for the Mrs.
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We have a 70-80 lb mountain lion walking this road, but a coyote found the lion set first
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Always best to get their attention before slipping the Death Ray on 'em
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Non-target as a target
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Blessings!
Mark


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Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7445395
12/30/21 07:46 AM
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Minnesota
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Loved the Bacon targe Mark.

Both you and Waggler know how to live!!!


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Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7445399
12/30/21 07:51 AM
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Mark June Offline OP
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I needed my .17 to be honest. Ol' porky pig charged me over and over trying to keep out of the line of fire. I don't think they make .22 rounds to shoot stuff anymore. Or my aim is teetering. Maybe both.


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Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7445403
12/30/21 07:55 AM
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I carry a .22 Mag. Sometimes 2 of them.


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Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7445426
12/30/21 08:17 AM
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Originally Posted by Mark June
I needed my .17 to be honest. Ol' porky pig charged me over and over trying to keep out of the line of fire. I don't think they make .22 rounds to shoot stuff anymore. Or my aim is teetering. Maybe both.


You didn't try that trick you use on the coyotes? laugh

Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7445433
12/30/21 08:22 AM
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looks like fun , enjoy , and take lots of pic.

Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7445778
12/30/21 03:39 PM
12/30/21 03:39 PM
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Is free pork one of your perks?


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Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7445800
12/30/21 04:10 PM
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Oh my the third coyote above the pig is pretty ugly huh, do you get paid per animal, or a set price

Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7445827
12/30/21 04:53 PM
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The 3rd pic down, I believe you actually don't have a true coyote, but an actual red wolf hybrid. The head looks too wide for even a mature coyote IMO. I sent you a PM.

Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Tactical.20] #7445996
12/30/21 08:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Tactical.20
Oh my the third coyote above the pig is pretty ugly huh, do you get paid per animal, or a set price


I have never charged by the animal in a full on predator control effort where I stay on property. A stiff daily fee separates the wheat from the chaff whistle


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Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Tofan] #7445999
12/30/21 08:30 PM
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Mark June Offline OP
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Originally Posted by Tofan
The 3rd pic down, I believe you actually don't have a true coyote, but an actual red wolf hybrid. The head looks too wide for even a mature coyote IMO. I sent you a PM.


Well, I missed its partner today who pooped about 40 yards downwind. I made a set for her so I hope to get close up pics soon. It looked like a coyote to me (#3) and was one heck of an athlete.
He lost.

Blessings,
Mark


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Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7446021
12/30/21 08:53 PM
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Ya it's a coyote

Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7446096
12/30/21 09:47 PM
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Donna has been leading the charge on bobcats.
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Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7446153
12/30/21 10:45 PM
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Looks fun Mark. Its even more fun to spend the time with good trapping partner.

Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7446164
12/30/21 10:53 PM
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Donna's smiling face says it all......
She loves catching them bobcats, you can have the hogs!


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Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7446178
12/30/21 11:06 PM
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Looks like you and Donna are livin large, Mark. Looks like the Rays are still doing the job. Glad you guys are getting some time off and having fun, Hope to see you at the fur takers in June. It’s been awhile!


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Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7446217
12/31/21 12:06 AM
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Thanks for the pics looking good

Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7446228
12/31/21 12:19 AM
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Dang you have some pretty cats down that way





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Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7446302
12/31/21 06:39 AM
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Fun pics!
Great cats!
Nice wheels!
I got my wife a new decked out Honda Pioneer 1000.

Just the photo of your method of getting attention would work to prevent sleeping in church!

Stay well!

Re: Trapping a new ranch in south TX [Re: Mark June] #7446347
12/31/21 07:38 AM
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way to go guys !!!, keep up the good work, smile

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