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Discussion in 'Predators' started by tinker, Feb 7, 2018.
No. A dick claiming contest. Lol
Keep in mind I wasnt the one that started this. 22 girl thought it was a good idea and your little buddy couldnt help but comment.
And again, Im nit claiming, I actually did what I say. Im not a proven liar like others on this site. If a guy will lie about receiving an email, its no stretch that he would lie about the number of poults he sees.....
Oh my. Lmao.
Oh my is right.
Again ... since people want to ignore facts and try to sling mud as a distraction.
No. The ones where it has worked are still enough to make it worth trying and not listening to an idiot on the internet and everyone stopping killing coyotes is still the smart thing to do.
Please post the ones that have worked then.
Hawk. They have been posted by multiple people . You then say "that one doesn't count" and think that is some kind of final word on it. Lmao.
You don't get it. You never will . Your a moron or you would have.
Theres not been a single one posted that recommends predator control, says it works when not applied during nesting/fawning, or one that shows lowering of a coyote population. Ive been waiting for 2 years for your imaginary study to appear.
This is just another thing you are lying about, like the emails.
Same chit. Shutup hawk. Lmao
Hey toddy, just let us know when you find that study....
Not looking for it and posting it and others AGAIN. Lol
Like I said, when you finally find one let us know.... it will be a GLORIOUS victory for you.. amd you coukd use one after #emailgate
First of all Hawk you started the days hunting not me. And so you know I have never met but a couple of the people on this site. I would not know who henry or rat was from you, I was not jumping in to help a buddy. I just saw someone (You) talking out your arse. Instead of just saying oh I did not hunt that many days you want o bring up type of game this is what you have done when ever someone proves you wrong. Nuff Said!
As usual you throw mud at the wall and just end up with a muddy wall.If you wait to kill the coyote in only 2 months out of the year you will have a problem.I can not understand how you think coyote populations would be a higher density in the mountains then it would be in a more temperate place with more food available.Next you are going to say that the west supports higher population densities of deer and elk.from year one of removing the mad coon disease the coon did not come until well after the eggs hatched.NEITHER DID THE REPLACEMENT COYOTES.
ONE GROUP OF COYOTE DOG GUYS TO THE EAST OF ME KILLED 300 COYOTE LAST YEAR. lets say half were female that produced 4 pups each that would mean one group of hunters riddled us of having 900 more coyote to deal with now. There are at least 3 more groups of dog guys who work the area.
The hunting and trapping heritage that we must defend is our ability to help society out by keeping problems in check. A CONSERVATION DEPARTMENTS JOB IS TO BE FLEXIBLE ENOUGH TO ALLOW US TO GET THE JOB DONE.To do otherwise is to threaten our heritage and to throw the old farmers under the bus.
You started the "wanna be internet hunter" did you not?
What was I "talking out my arse" about??
You still havent stated how many actual days you hunted, just that you squirrel hunted 102... which if true, is great. I couldn't or would never want to do that, but more power to you if you do. If you squirrel hunted 102 days, how many did you kill?
No, missouri would support much higher densities of deer, coyotes, etc...
I stopped reading after that nonsense.
if Hawk feels we are not killing enough he should speak to the regulator who puts regulations in place to keep the hunters from doing more good. TO ALLOW THE GAME CALLERS THE TOOLS NEEDED TO BE EFFECTIVE IN THE DARK OF THE NIGHT WOULD GIVE MUCH BETTER RESULTS .
when looking at the chart on fur harvest dating to 1934 it is easy to see what the problem with the turkey is. the racoon is the critter that has went wild destroying diversity. the other critters have remained relatively stable.Except the giant egg suckin snakes they still remain a figment of someones bs.
You will nevwr kill enough.
What the reintroduction of the wild turkey proved beyond A shadow of a doubt is that there is no bad habitat in N. E. MISSOURI EXCEPT FOR THE HABITAT THAT HAS WENT BAD FOR THE TURKEY BECAUSE OF THE OUT OF CONTROL AND CONSTANTLY RISING COON POPULATION DENSITY. WHEN ONE TAKES CARE OF THE REAL PROBLEM YOUR SO CALLED BAD HABITAT BECOMES GREAT AGAIN.
this is the best place for turkey in the world , we are just greatly underachieving.