ID this track

Discussion in 'Predators' started by Matt_in_KC, Apr 1, 2017.

  1. Matt_in_KC

    Matt_in_KC Captain Obvious

    Jan 12, 2015
    Kansas City
    I went out to prep a spot for opening day of turkey season, I found the track and can't decide if it is a dog or mountain lion. No human tracks about. The area is about 60 miles north of Liberty.

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  2. h_callahan

    h_callahan Senior Member

    Nov 14, 2008
    warren county
    looks to weathered to make a determination imo

  3. Wooddust

    Wooddust Active Member

    Jul 26, 2003
    Sasquatch. He does that stuff with his mountain lion boots.

    If it was aML, you could get lucky and find the MDC parachute they drop them in with.
  4. crappiehunter18

    crappiehunter18 Member

    Nov 9, 2014
    Obviously he'll be back (Sasquatch),he lost a five $bill.With the economy the way it is,he'll miss is. Just wait on the trail
  5. gurgalunas

    gurgalunas Well-Known Member

    Jan 3, 2013
    Platte City
    I thought chimp, walking on knuckles. Could be squatch acting like a chimp...

    I can't even conclusively see the pads in the track, let alone look for claws. Canines show claws, felines don't.
  6. Wooddust

    Wooddust Active Member

    Jul 26, 2003
    Squatch is a badass prankster....he has griz sneakers too
  7. Ringer

    Ringer Active Member

    Oct 11, 2011
    Mid MO
    Hard to tell for sure. Looks to me like a smaller dog track in the upper left hand part of the bigger dog track. IDK
  8. rat

    rat Legbone

    Dec 13, 2005
    Looks to be carolina geranium and henbit in there too.... just because everyone was wondering and all. :D
  9. callaojoe

    callaojoe Máistir an pointe hocht.

    Jan 21, 2004
    N/C Missouri
    Whatever it was, it dropped a fiver on the ground there. :wave:

    I'd just keep that if I was you. :D
  10. jehrbo

    jehrbo Full Fledged Member

    ..K9 Wild or otherwise.
  11. A double-breasted mattress thrasher of the exotic entertainer variety. A moderately successful one too, considering she's got enough Lincolns to drop some and not notice.

    VERY DANGEROUS to marriages, families, and pocketbooks!!!
  12. MissouriMonster

    MissouriMonster Member

    Jun 6, 2013
    Domestic dog
  13. sandals

    sandals Quack

    Nov 13, 2014
  14. Crappie

    Crappie Slab Master

  15. thwackaddict

    thwackaddict Senior Member

    Nov 1, 2007
    NW Missouri
    Well that is a double impression. The right rear foot over stepped the right front foot just a little bit. The front foot heel pad appears to be wide and flat across the leading edge and maybe even dished in some up towards the top of the impression. So I wouldn't rule out cat, but it isn't definitive either way.