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relocation program #4101354 03/05/13 06:26 PM
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I started with a relocation program with this one today---bout 2 miles up the road.




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Re: relocation program [Re: EastTexasHag] #4101394 03/05/13 06:45 PM
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Hope you left it on your property If I was your neighbor two miles up the road I'd be pretty upset if you left that varmint at my place.



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I think those folks live out of town and don't hunt.



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Re: relocation program [Re: EastTexasHag] #4101415 03/05/13 06:52 PM
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Originally Posted By: EastTexasHag
I started with a relocation program with this one today---bout 2 miles up the road.



How about 2 feet in the ground ? You are lucky we are not neighbors. Makes no sense to put your problem on to other people.


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Re: relocation program [Re: GUTIT] #4101455 03/05/13 07:09 PM
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Why didn't you just shoot it? Save you and your neighbor the troubles.

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Originally Posted By: GUTIT
Originally Posted By: EastTexasHag
I started with a relocation program with this one today---bout 2 miles up the road.



How about 2 feet in the ground ? You are lucky we are not neighbors. Makes no sense to put your problem on to other people.


Why bother burying it, just leave it where ya shot it!

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It will be back sorry but coons run a big territory. You will need to kill it or relocate it several miles away.

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Now this is kinda funny, all the years I've had my place I've never shot a coon never seen a reason. Eating my corn was never reason enough, hell the cows eat more than anything else does.


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Thanks HWY--MAN!! I also have wood ducks eating my corn. It's illegal to kill them, but I guess there are those who would. No, I can't just move my feeder. It's concreted in the ground. Been told it was illegal to do what I did. There are too many ever changing Texas laws. Eating the corn is not what's pissing me off. They set off my hog trap and crawl out through the wire.



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Originally Posted By: EastTexasHag
Thanks HWY--MAN!! I also have wood ducks eating my corn. It's illegal to kill them, but I guess there are those who would. No, I can't just move my feeder. It's concreted in the ground. Been told it was illegal to do what I did. There are too many ever changing Texas laws. Eating the corn is not what's pissing me off. They set off my hog trap and crawl out through the wire.


Exact damn thing they do to mine. Plus climb all my feeders trying to get to plate. I have cages on all feeders and they still manage to tear a wire off every now and then.
Corn is not the issue. I can admire your intention, may have to finalize the results. As in,,,POW!


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Re: relocation program [Re: GUTIT] #4101925 03/05/13 09:50 PM
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why would you get upset if a coon got let out on the side of the road by your property 2 miles from where it was caught? If there's coons 2 miles down the road, I guarantee there's not an invisible boundary keeping them off of your place


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two miles aint nothing for a coon, he will be back before dark.

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Should have just moved him about 20' onto that pit. Grilled coon ain't bad food

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Originally Posted By: woodwalker
Should have just moved him about 20' onto that pit. Grilled coon ain't bad food


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My daughter decided she wanted some ducks last March. Coons eventually cleaned her out. Now she is going to raise chickens. Looks like I may need to go back to shooting coons.


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so why did you not just kill it?

It ran the two miles back home 30 minutes after you let it go.


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idk about the rest of y'all, but I have a hard time killing something just to kill it


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Originally Posted By: txbowhunt7
idk about the rest of y'all, but I have a hard time killing something just to kill it



ya, it is just you, doesn't phase me at all.


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well I'm glad we don't hunt the same property. You'd probably run everything off shooting stuff for the simple reason of "just cuz"


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My Dad taught me to eat what you kill. Last and only time I ate coon, I didn't care for it.



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Originally Posted By: txbowhunt7
idk about the rest of y'all, but I have a hard time killing something just to kill it


You've obviously never had a problem with pests or varmints. Moving a "cute little coon" down the road is just gonna give him a good exercise as he runs back to where he was trapped. At my place coons eat corn, and corn cost money, therefore they will be shot. It's not a "just cuz" situation.

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I'd relocate them to coon heaven if I were you !

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