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Raccoon #5983669 10/19/15 02:03 PM
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!This is the first Raccoon I have seen our on our place and I have been hunting on here for over 20 years. We only have mesquites we do not have but a few real trees this is crazy to see them out here. He is a pretty big one at that! I first thought the badgers had come out in this area like many of our others but the stripped tail gives this guy away.


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I have seen groups of raccoons in areas where there is no tree or brush taller than 6 ft. They are adaptable suckers.


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Re: Raccoon [Re: Oren & Leslie] #5983694 10/19/15 02:25 PM
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Goodness they must be!!! That is crazy! up


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I didn't think there was any place in Texas that didn't have Coons.



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Originally Posted By: Michael W.
I didn't think there was any place in Texas that didn't have Coons.


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I didn't think there was any place in Texas that didn't have Coons.


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Re: Raccoon [Re: Michael W.] #5985045 10/20/15 04:16 AM
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Originally Posted By: Michael W.
I didn't think there was any place in Texas that didn't have Coons.


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My panhandle place doesn't have many, but the few I do have I am bound to exterminate.

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I'm with Oren on this one. I've lived here since 1980 and have never seen a raccoon in this county. Not sure it's a good find though grin

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We are covered up in them in Foard County.......what is the best way to eliminate them?


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Tell them to go down to rab's place. He loves the little rascals


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Re: Raccoon [Re: Oren & Leslie] #5988050 10/22/15 12:10 AM
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Haha well not sure if it is a good thing or not but always interested in what is out there. I love the game cameras they catch some random things that is for sure


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Originally Posted By: westtexaswatkins
I'm with Oren on this one. I've lived here since 1980 and have never seen a raccoon in this county. Not sure it's a good find though grin



Whats land run a acre there ....


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When I came back in late September from NW Kansas thru Liberal, Perryton, Canadian, Childress, Paducah, etc. I saw dead coon(s) at just about every creek crossing or bridge for some reason this year. Never seen it in the previous 3 yrs though.


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When I came back in late September from NW Kansas thru Liberal, Perryton, Canadian, Childress, Paducah, etc. I saw dead coon(s) at just about every creek crossing or bridge for some reason this year. Never seen it in the previous 3 yrs though.



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When I came back in late September from NW Kansas thru Liberal, Perryton, Canadian, Childress, Paducah, etc. I saw dead coon(s) at just about every creek crossing or bridge for some reason this year. Never seen it in the previous 3 yrs though.



There spreading bang

Heck I saw these close to IH-20


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Originally Posted By: stxranchman
When I came back in late September from NW Kansas thru Liberal, Perryton, Canadian, Childress, Paducah, etc. I saw dead coon(s) at just about every creek crossing or bridge for some reason this year. Never seen it in the previous 3 yrs though.

hogs are eating all the grub, leaving nothing for the coons . . . roflmao

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When I came back in late September from NW Kansas thru Liberal, Perryton, Canadian, Childress, Paducah, etc. I saw dead coon(s) at just about every creek crossing or bridge for some reason this year. Never seen it in the previous 3 yrs though.

hogs are eating all the grub, leaving nothing for the coons . . . roflmao

I hope so since we have both hogs and coons in Western Pecos County also.


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But there are some folks who sympathize with the masked bandits. . .


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I have heard the Rattlesnakes stopped Rattling due to the Coons rofl


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I have heard the Rattlesnakes stopped Rattling due to the Coons rofl

I heard that the hogs eat all the rattlesnakes and that they are now targeting raccoons next. grin


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that's insane wonder why there were so many dead


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