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#7173608 - 05/18/18 06:06 PM Snaggletooth Boar & Mulefoot Sow
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Registered: 05/18/11
Posts: 5659
Loc: Forestburg, Montague Cnty, TX
I think the title explains it pretty well. I am still scratching my head over what happened to hog #3. I was short on time and had to detour around a ravine and could not seem to get to where I thought it was on the night it was shot. The following night, I got a better look at the area and found where it looked like buzzards had been on it, but the carcass was gone.

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#7173680 - 05/18/18 07:37 PM Re: Snaggletooth Boar & Mulefoot Sow [Re: Double Naught Spy]
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Registered: 11/16/11
Posts: 1267
Loc: Central Texas
Nice work, excellent video.
Coyotes can sure make a carcass disappear pretty quickly.

Keep After 'Em!
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#7173822 - 05/18/18 09:18 PM Re: Snaggletooth Boar & Mulefoot Sow [Re: Double Naught Spy]
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Registered: 11/16/14
Posts: 3228
Loc: Mason, TX
Nicely done! Between the 'yotes and the buzzards, I find that my contributions to the boneyard disappear very quickly. With the last 4 I shot, 2 of them were completely gone within 20 hours, and the other 2 were spread around the area. Mother Nature knows how to take care of stuff.

#7176388 - 05/22/18 05:02 AM Re: Snaggletooth Boar & Mulefoot Sow [Re: Double Naught Spy]
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Registered: 08/07/11
Posts: 1940
Loc: Ben Wheeler,Tx
It doesn't take long on our place to take care of the remains either. Looks like they are stripping the oats of the top. Is that what they do?


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