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MOUNTAIN LION - TAYLOR COUNTY #7729677 01/27/20 03:51 PM
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First saw this on Facebook and reports from Abilene.

https://ktxs.com/news/local/150-lbs-mountain-lion-shot-near-tuscola

Re: MOUNTAIN LION - TAYLOR COUNTY [Re: dlrz71] #7729703 01/27/20 04:08 PM
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Congrats to them


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It was all over the local news.


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Saw that Saturday. You just never know!

Re: MOUNTAIN LION - TAYLOR COUNTY [Re: dlrz71] #7729858 01/27/20 06:01 PM
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Re: MOUNTAIN LION - TAYLOR COUNTY [Re: dlrz71] #7729906 01/27/20 06:29 PM
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dayum , thats a bigun....


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Yep saw it yesterday. Calling Yotes and Bobcats and look what showed up 50 yards out. Congrats to him cheers


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Re: MOUNTAIN LION - TAYLOR COUNTY [Re: dlrz71] #7729930 01/27/20 06:47 PM
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3 miles from us

Re: MOUNTAIN LION - TAYLOR COUNTY [Re: dlrz71] #7730051 01/27/20 08:38 PM
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I hope we never find one or evidence of one. I walk around way too much at night without a flashlight to have chit like that out and about!


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Re: MOUNTAIN LION - TAYLOR COUNTY [Re: redchevy] #7730076 01/27/20 08:54 PM
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Originally Posted by redchevy
I hope we never find one or evidence of one. I walk around way too much at night without a flashlight to have chit like that out and about!

200 mile range. I'd bet that you have had or currently have them on your property.


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Re: MOUNTAIN LION - TAYLOR COUNTY [Re: dlrz71] #7730641 01/28/20 05:04 AM
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Makes you appreciate the high rack when calling at night.

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Originally Posted by unclebubba
Originally Posted by redchevy
I hope we never find one or evidence of one. I walk around way too much at night without a flashlight to have chit like that out and about!

200 mile range. I'd bet that you have had or currently have them on your property.


Wondering if that is really accurate. Seems mighty big if abundant food and water are near.

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Originally Posted by redchevy
I hope we never find one or evidence of one. I walk around way too much at night without a flashlight to have chit like that out and about!



Oh they're out there LOL. We saw a mother with 2 cubs on our place in SE Duval, Concepcion/Rios - and I've seen big lion tracks there before that.

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Originally Posted by JCO
Makes you appreciate the high rack when calling at night.


That high rack would not mean chit if they want up there. Just saying bolt

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There’s a few of them around Abilene. We damned near got attacked by one a few years ago outside merkel.

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Saw this on Instagram yesterday. Big kitty for sure!

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Big kitty!


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Originally Posted by Dragonuv
There’s a few of them around Abilene. We damned near got attacked by one a few years ago outside merkel.


Curious about that story! What happened?


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Re: MOUNTAIN LION - TAYLOR COUNTY [Re: dlrz71] #7732047 01/29/20 04:09 PM
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Saw the story - the area where shot is approximately 30 miles from where I hunted for many years, and about 65 miles from my place in Brown County. I have never seen a mountain lion in the wild, and all info 3rd hand, but was told a cub was hit on a FM road about 3 miles from my place a few weeks ago. A neighbor swears he drove into his ranch and had two sitting on the road as he turned a corner near his house. And I believe there were reports of a ML on trail cam in Mills County a year or two ago.

They are out there - as more confirmed and if the range is as broad as reported, I am starting to believe the reports I keep hearing in my vicinity. Good news - they are pretty elusive and seem to avoid human contact when possible.


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Originally Posted by Dragonuv
There’s a few of them around Abilene. We damned near got attacked by one a few years ago outside merkel.


No you didn't.

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am i alone wishing they just got trail cam footage? confused2


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No you're not. There are one maybe two on the place we hunt, and we consider them the hog control team. Never had the desire to shoot one.


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Originally Posted by Buzzsaw
am i alone wishing they just got trail cam footage? confused2


I have zero issues with those that shoot cougars, but for me, probably not happening unless I felt a threat. Just me, and to each his own, but I have no interest in hunting bears, cats, etc. Again, if a threat, different story.

Also, if I shot one, my wife would REALLY be ticked at me...


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Originally Posted by BrangusVA
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There’s a few of them around Abilene. We damned near got attacked by one a few years ago outside merkel.


No you didn't.


Just what the internet needs...another know it all.

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