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Old 09-06-2008, 09:58 AM
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Half-Breeds and chupacabra's


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So now that Bow season is open for deer, I need to be a little more watchful for the string twangers when I'm chasing coyotes.
I ran across one of the largest half-breeds I've ever seen. His body is a whitey, and the rack is *BIG* muley. When I first saw him, I saw the rack, and thought it was an elk. So far I have only spotted him in a few thousand acre farm controlled by a close dairyman of mine.
So hopefully he will survive for me to take him out in a few months.

The chupacabra part of the story is on that same piece of land there is a monster coyote. He is very dark, not quite all black, but very dark. I've never had a good chance at him, but have seen him for about the past year. Reminds me of some of the wolves back in Idaho...

Hopefully I get a chance to let the air out of him too. Would be fun to be able to bring a coyote in to the derby that out-weighs the others by 15-20 pounds!
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Old 09-06-2008, 01:14 PM
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From the title I thought for a minute you were talking about some of your neighbors!

Good luck finding ole blackie one night! If you don't find him by Halloween, I'll come help you put the creep on him. What do you think: .45s at 10 paces, or 9s at 7?
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Old 09-12-2008, 08:59 AM
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