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Snaggletooth Boar & Mulefoot Sow #7173608
05/18/18 11:06 PM
05/18/18 11:06 PM
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Forestburg, Montague Cnty, TX
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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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Re: Snaggletooth Boar & Mulefoot Sow [Re: Double Naught Spy] #7173680
05/19/18 12:37 AM
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Nice work, excellent video.
Coyotes can sure make a carcass disappear pretty quickly.

Keep After 'Em!


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Re: Snaggletooth Boar & Mulefoot Sow [Re: Double Naught Spy] #7173822
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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.

Re: Snaggletooth Boar & Mulefoot Sow [Re: Double Naught Spy] #7176388
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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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