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95,000 coyotes… ouch #7587603
05/20/22 02:43 PM
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That’s a hot mess of coyotes..

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Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: mud] #7587611
05/20/22 02:54 PM
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and when will they post the grading of these pelts?


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Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: minklessinpa] #7587613
05/20/22 02:56 PM
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Will be quite awhile yet. Probably 3rd week in June.

No doubt there’s left over coyotes in there, and quite a few but there’s a pretty fair amount of fresh skins (other critters than coyotes) that sold 100% last go around. No doubt they’ve got their hands full after just posting a couple job openings recently as well.

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Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: mud] #7587630
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Interesting, but what us the difference between a lynx and a lynx cat?

Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: la4wd54] #7587632
05/20/22 03:33 PM
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Originally Posted by la4wd54
Interesting, but what us the difference between a lynx and a lynx cat?


A Lynx is a Canadian Lynx. Black all the way around the tip of the tail, really big feet, extra long ear tufts.

A Lynx cat is a fur trade name for the North American bobcat. Black only on the top of the tail, normal size feet, short ear tufts.


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Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: la4wd54] #7587633
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Originally Posted by la4wd54
Interesting, but what us the difference between a lynx and a lynx cat?


Lynx are actual lynx from Canada and alaska, lynx cat is the trade name for bobcat


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Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: mud] #7587634
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Wissmiss beat me to it lol


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Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: Bob] #7587647
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Originally Posted by Bob
Wissmiss beat me to it lol


You have to type faster!! LOL

At least we gave the same answer. Wouldn’t want to confuse the person that asked the question.


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Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: wissmiss] #7587658
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Originally Posted by wissmiss
Originally Posted by Bob
Wissmiss beat me to it lol


You have to type faster!! LOL

At least we gave the same answer. Wouldn’t want to confuse the person that asked the question.


Lol thanks for confirming my suspicions

Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: mud] #7587718
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Latin name for Canadian Lynx is Lynx Lynx.

Latin name for Bobcat is Lynx Rufus.


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Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: chas3457] #7587903
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Originally Posted by chas3457
Latin name for Canadian Lynx is Lynx Lynx.
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Latin name for Bobcat is Lynx Rufus.


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fixed it
Lynx lynx is the european lynx

Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: mud] #7587905
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I thought lynx cat was more a grade. Only bobcats with select fur, white bellies, are in the "lynx cat" pile. The rest are bobcats.

Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: martentrapper] #7587908
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Originally Posted by martentrapper
I thought lynx cat was more a grade. Only bobcats with select fur, white bellies, are in the "lynx cat" pile. The rest are bobcats.


That’s the way is started out back in the late 70s and early 80s. Lynxcats were the nice pale heavy western bobcats. The eastern and southern bobcats were still bobcats.

At some point, not sure what year, it got too confusing to have Lynx, lynxcats and bobcats. So all bobcats became lynxcats. Which cleared up part of the confusion. Some confusion remains today between Lynx and lynxcats.

Additionally, when doing CITES paperwork to get the pelts across the border and back again, USFW needed some sort of standardization - all bobcats or all lynxcats. Not both.


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Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: mud] #7587910
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It is because of Lynx lynx of all the cites tags and paper work since this on so many European countries threatened list

as for 95k coyotes, when 20k westerns did not sell in the first auction at expected levels of last year prices = hope it does not back fire
or the worst fire sale for western trappers may happen

Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: mud] #7587924
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They should have just called them Bobcats


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Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: mud] #7587930
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At that time, Lynx pelts were valuable than bobcat pelts plus, Lynx sounded more exotic and prestigious.

By calling bobcats lynxcats it was a marketing plan to make them sound more exotic and increase the value.. Bobcat was so ordinary and considered to be a pest and predator.


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Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: wissmiss] #7587932
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200K of rats, we will see if there is a market for those. Last year in July my better rats averaged 5.93 b4 commission. I am very doubtful for those prices this June.

Bryce

Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: mud] #7587934
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Interesting. I am somewhat surprised at the lower number of fox especially the grays.

Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: 330-Trapper] #7587937
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Originally Posted by 330-Trapper
They should have just called them Bobcats


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Re: 95,000 coyotes… ouch [Re: wissmiss] #7587941
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Originally Posted by wissmiss
At that time, Lynx pelts were valuable than bobcat pelts plus, Lynx sounded more exotic and prestigious.

By calling bobcats lynxcats it was a marketing plan to make them sound more exotic and increase the value.. Bobcat was so ordinary and considered to be a pest and predator.


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Well... come to think about it... I am ordinary.

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