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Title: 22 for coons
Post by: Sniper81 on June 28, 2009, 07:05:06 PM
what type of bullet do u all use for coon hunting and what grain is it and also how for do u shoot them any info would be great
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Juandogg on June 28, 2009, 11:06:05 PM
like squirrel huntin only headshots count as fer the rest of yer questions  It dont really matter as long as it is a 22 long  O0 O0
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: TNfarmboy on October 29, 2009, 12:30:54 PM
Nothin but CB longs for me. Don't hardly penetrate the hide so it doesn't mess the hide up. And we try to shoot them in the back legs. Never in the head. That is the easiest way to get one hung in a tree. Plus in the back legs they still have some fight left in them if they don't fall from too high up in the tree. Nothing like a good coon fight   :wink:
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Ks_Sniper on October 29, 2009, 01:12:59 PM
Hey Farmboy. Welcome to the pile. O0 If you can pull off something like that with a CB long, more power to ya. If I hunted coons (and I've been thinking about it with all the really big coons I've been seeing as roadkill lately) I'd use some kind of subsonic .22 once they were treed. O0
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Juandogg on October 29, 2009, 01:18:29 PM
Dont ya think ya owe it to them to kill them as quickly as possible?
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Big58cal on October 29, 2009, 01:25:30 PM
Dont ya think ya owe it to them to kill them as quickly as possible?

Ain't that what the dogs are for?  As Jerry Clower used to say, "Give the coon a sporting chance.  That coon's got the option of whipping all them dogs and walking away."  O0 ;D
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Juandogg on October 29, 2009, 01:32:41 PM
If the dog cant catch it on the ground or yer to skeered to climb up there and jump it out  just kill the damn thing in the tree
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Ks_Sniper on October 29, 2009, 04:25:52 PM
From a sheer sportsman's POV, I agree that all kills should be as humane and swift as possible. I can't really say that I agree with the back leg shots, but I don't see a problem using a subsonic round.

Note that I've never hunted coon, so I am purely speculating on whether or not a subsonic .22 would even do the job.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: TNfarmboy on October 29, 2009, 06:44:07 PM
If the dog cant catch it on the ground or yer to skeered to climb up there and jump it out  just kill the damn thing in the tree

The dogs aren't necessarily trained to catch the coon on the ground, though. Unless you're hunting plotts or cur dogs that are mostly silent on track, very rarely will the dogs catch one on the ground. The whole idea of a trailing back is to put enough pressure on the coon to run it up the tree.
And as far as climbing up the tree to knock it out...I dunno know if you're a houndsman or not, or if you've ever even been behind some dogs...You could say that once that coon is up in the tree with a couple dogs barking 130 barks per minute at the base of the tree, it knows that it is in a bad state of affairs. And if you think that he is just wanting to just straight out of the tree when you get up there with him, you've got another thing coming. I know that I ain't the smallest or most agile person in the world, so it wouldn't take much of that coon getting after me before me and him both are coming out of that tree.

And since he's already been quoted once, I'll throw another one in there. In the words of Jerry Clower, "Just shoot up in here amongst us. One of us got to have some relief."
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: bohicajuan on October 29, 2009, 07:58:44 PM
Might have to get Marcell Ledbetter to help out!! :wink: :wink:

Knock him out John!! :wink: :wink:
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: MOSPARKY on October 30, 2009, 12:18:09 AM
Don't let Plott get under your skin. He's a houndsman from way back. His hounds have been to strecth a coon into a small Buffalo and cats.. don't get me started.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: John Andrews on October 30, 2009, 11:02:55 AM
If the dog cant catch it on the ground or yer to skeered to climb up there and jump it out  just kill the damn thing in the tree
  O0 YEP!
I preferred .22 LR head shots when we didn't squawl or shake them out. One of many of my cousins I coon hunted with always swore .22 shorts were best but I never did agree with him.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Big58cal on October 30, 2009, 01:24:45 PM
And since he's already been quoted once, I'll throw another one in there. In the words of Jerry Clower, "Just shoot up in here amongst us. One of us got to have some relief."

It wudn't no coon.......  It was a lynx!  That's what we call "sooped-up wildcats". ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Juandogg on October 30, 2009, 07:33:42 PM
Been behind 1 or 2 hounds in my life. mostly run plotts and bmcs but have had a few blue dogs that could catch em on the ground as easy as tree them. but mostly doin what i love and thats rattlin fngs chains
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: TNfarmboy on October 31, 2009, 03:08:09 PM
Been behind 1 or 2 hounds in my life. mostly run plotts and bmcs

Plotts AND cur dogs?!?!
Well there's your problem right there  ;D
Just messing with ya Plott.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Juandogg on October 31, 2009, 05:48:54 PM
Actually yer right it is a problem but after intensive therapy i hope to be cured of this hound adiction     
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Big58cal on October 31, 2009, 07:35:53 PM
Plotts AND cur dogs?!?!
Well there's your problem right there  ;D
Just messing with ya Plott.

He don't call'em "The Trash Pack" for nothin'   O0
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Juandogg on October 31, 2009, 08:06:01 PM
Just messing with ya Plott.
the first rule of pokin stick club  dont ever apologize  or else ill have to start doin it to the walker guys
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: TNfarmboy on November 01, 2009, 12:20:10 AM
the first rule of pokin stick club  dont ever apologize  or else ill have to start doin it to the walker guys

Heck you oughtta know better than to be throwin rocks at them Walker dogs anyways.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: John Andrews on November 01, 2009, 07:26:59 AM
I'll have ya know I hunted behind some real good Walkers, but that was a lot of years ago. I've never even heard of any good Walkers since then. 

One I hunted behind, caught a lot of coon on the ground. He'd shup up and run silent when he hit a hot track and then open when he hit a coon. He was fast as greased lightning, too. He belonged to an old fella that had hunted a lot of years.

Most Walkers back then were fox dogs, around here.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Juandogg on November 01, 2009, 01:28:01 PM
I wouldnt poke to much at a walker guy anyway  its not like they would get it anyway   lol
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: John Andrews on November 01, 2009, 01:37:59 PM
I wouldnt poke to much at a walker guy anyway  its not like they would get it anyway   lol
  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: TNfarmboy on November 01, 2009, 10:36:48 PM
I wouldnt poke to much at a walker guy anyway  its not like they would get it anyway   lol
Hey there easy now. I'd hate to have to come out there and show ya how a real coon dog runs a track  8) 8) 8)
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Juandogg on November 02, 2009, 06:11:31 AM
Oh bring em on up i like huntin with new people   besides what do i care if yours outhunts mine  the person they have to please is me
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: TNfarmboy on November 02, 2009, 08:40:05 AM
the person they have to please is me
That's the truth right there. That's the reason I quit competition hunting. I like my dogs to check back in every so often and to check their trees whenever they tree instead of automatically blowing up on it.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Big58cal on November 02, 2009, 10:50:59 AM
Oh bring em on up i like huntin with new people   

Better watch him TNfarmboy.  He typed too much when he posted that.  He accidently put the "with" in there and didn't mean to. :wink:
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: nOnAmE on November 02, 2009, 12:36:15 PM
Better watch him TNfarmboy.  He typed too much when he posted that.  He accidently put the "with" in there and didn't mean to. :wink:
Plott's real name is Gary Busey...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xpe4x69vRU&feature=PlayList&p=3F442581432C93C5&index=1

Best movie ever.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: John Andrews on November 03, 2009, 09:45:22 AM
 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D Plott has some favorite hunting places, all with names like, Hell Bog, Hell Creek, Hell Thicket, Hell Briars, Hell Cliff, etc. He likes to take new hunting pards to his favorite places.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Juandogg on November 03, 2009, 08:45:16 PM
yall gotta be the reason i gotta hunt by myself  yall keep scarin every one away.   hey farmer is that what they call a preacher colored dog
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: TNfarmboy on November 04, 2009, 01:31:37 PM
Plott has some favorite hunting places, all with names like, Hell Bog, Hell Creek, Hell Thicket, Hell Briars, Hell Cliff, etc. He likes to take new hunting pards to his favorite places.

Well obviously he's never been hunting down here in East TN up on Rocky Top  :wink: :wink: :wink:
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: johndeere540 on November 04, 2009, 02:01:10 PM
Around here we have plenty of plotts that can catch,fight, and kill the bibbest of boar coon. OOP's, Oh yeah they had plenty of practice fighting amonst one another first. ;D
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: ellwoodjake on November 04, 2009, 06:51:47 PM
Nothin but CB longs for me. Don't hardly penetrate the hide so it doesn't mess the hide up. And we try to shoot them in the back legs. Never in the head. That is the easiest way to get one hung in a tree. Plus in the back legs they still have some fight left in them if they don't fall from too high up in the tree. Nothing like a good coon fight   :wink:
:roll: Hmmm, wait just a minute. You use CBs as to not mess the hide up, but then let the dogs stretch 'em out.  ;D ;D ;D Do teeth-holed hides sell better than bullet-holed hides? :wink:
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: johndeere540 on November 04, 2009, 07:24:24 PM
:roll: Hmmm, wait just a minute. You use CBs as to not mess the hide up, but then let the dogs stretch 'em out.  ;D ;D ;D Do teeth-holed hides sell better than bullet-holed hides? :wink:
I've never used the cb's! I've also not seen many holes cause by teeth in a hide. If someone is getting tooth hole then the dog is chewing on the coon a little too long. It take a lot to bite a hole in a limp coon carcass.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Juandogg on November 04, 2009, 08:13:03 PM
Thats funny ya bring up plotts fightin each other cause i keep hearin bout but havent seen it  and that includes the plott hog dogs ive run 
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: johndeere540 on November 04, 2009, 08:47:54 PM
There some guys around here that have plott's that would rather fight each other than fight a coon. I'd call them as you already said in one post: Fertilizer! I have seen dogs in every breed that would fight at the tree alot though just more seem to be plotts. Nothing against your hounds though plott. I was just busting your nutz. ;D ;D
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Juandogg on November 04, 2009, 09:56:51 PM
aint goin to bother me im just curious why if a dog fights at a tree alot why it aint left under the tree
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Juandogg on November 04, 2009, 10:01:21 PM
Ya know the reason plotts fight each other? they want to fight the tuffest thing in the timber and there aint nuthin tuffer then a plott hound
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: johndeere540 on November 04, 2009, 10:04:47 PM
aint goin to bother me im just curious why if a dog fights at a tree alot why it aint left under the tree
I had a redbone once that came into the tree and started a fight. I'm pretty sure he's still treed on that same tree. What a dog! ;D That was about 10 years ago.I learned long time ago hunting with others that most field trialers love their dogs to fight at the tree cause it drives the other dogs off. I say smash them into the tree.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: johndeere540 on November 04, 2009, 10:05:41 PM
Ya know the reason plotts fight each other? they want to fight the tuffest thing in the timber and there aint nuthin tuffer then a plott hound
:roll:
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: John Andrews on November 05, 2009, 10:13:38 AM
Ya know the reason plotts fight each other? they want to fight the tuffest thing in the timber and there aint nuthin tuffer then a plott hound
  :wink: ;D ;D
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: TNfarmboy on November 06, 2009, 12:51:46 PM
Ya know the reason plotts fight each other? they want to fight the tuffest thing in the timber and there aint nuthin tuffer then a plott hound

Anybody that would hunt a fighting plott dog would show up at a minister's funeral dressed in feathers.  ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Juandogg on November 07, 2009, 01:16:34 AM
Anybody that would hunt a fighting plott dog would show up at a minister's funeral dressed in feathers. ;D ;D ;D
lol  nice
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: John Andrews on November 07, 2009, 08:21:22 AM
Anybody that would hunt a fighting plott dog would show up at a minister's funeral dressed in feathers.  ;D ;D ;D
  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: backwoodsman68 on January 06, 2010, 09:55:41 AM
Well I did a little coonhunting years ago. I still go every now and then but its been awhile. Our "group" used 28ga, 20ga, just about all gauges of shotgun and rimfires. I use to use Winchester Wildcats .22 LR but the last few times I went I used .22 LR Remington Thunderbolts. I mainly trap our coons now. On another subject I really hope a bunch of anti's didnt read this topic. They accuse trappers of being heartless, ignorant and cruel but from what I read in this topic we dont hold a candle to some :idiot2. Anyone that would kill a dog because it wont hunt the way you think it should I'd hate to have babysitting any kids! If you want to see a coon fight a dog? Live trap a 25 or 30 lb boar and turn it loose in a pen with your dog. Hell of alot more sporting then shooting one in the back leg and letting a cripple fight your dog. If it were to escape it will die anyhow. Guess its a good thing I never was a dedicated hound man. Ive killed 600 coon in a year before but put every live one down humanely. If someone shot to wound a coon with us he'd have to pick his ass up as he walked home. No I aint no bunny hugger, Ive killed more animals then most on these forums would in 3 lifetimes but baring something unforeseen or a pure accident 99.99.99% were put down humanely. Hope I stepped on a few toes too, we need to police ourselves if we're going to pass down the outdoor tradition!
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Juandogg on January 07, 2010, 09:14:49 PM
Well i guess ya have your opion   i have mine  but  have live trapped and guess what either way they end up on the stretcher
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: backwoodsman68 on January 07, 2010, 11:52:14 PM
We owe it to any animal we're killing/harvesting to do it as humanely as possible. The general public will one day decide whether we can hunt/trap or fish. Statements like the earlier post are counter productive to what mature and ethical hunters believe or need people to see. Anyone hunting that way should be ashamed of themselves and charged with animal cruelty. I believe if you ask 100 other hunters/trappers/outdoorspeople you'll find 99% have the same "opinion". Can you see the glee in PETA's eyes when they steal a topic post off a forum that looks like that? Trust me they do. On another forum we found where they and some other bunny huggers had snagged statements that werent the best to be made about dispatching and a few other things. Turned a few words and it put outdoorspeople in a very bad light. They are reading this now I assure you. They have grungy now accounts that do nothing but cruise the net looking for dates and anything they can use against hunting, trapping, fishing,animal husbandry etc. When they read that post they probably spilled their bottled water all over the keyboard getting it cut and pasted.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Big58cal on January 08, 2010, 09:33:45 AM
I don't coon hunt, but I can remember a time when shooting a coon at all to kill it was considered unsportsman.  The coon fought the dogs, end of story.  If you shot it, you shot it with bird shot to make it jump out of the tree.

There's still people that believe that this is the only way to coon hunt.  As long as it is legal for people to do so, then no sportsman should have a problem with it.  Just because I don't do it, doesn't mean that I'm against it.  Everyone has their own opinion as to the way something should be done, but as long as it's legal, no other sportsman should try to belittle any other hunter/fisher/trapper for doing it "their" way.

Constant in-fighting between different "camps" will be the downfall of all hunting/fishing/trapping.  Everyone has different ethical standards on what they think should/shouldn't be done.  Since there's never going to be an agreement on the "ethics" of what should be done, or the way it should be done, the only thing that we can go by are the laws.  If the laws say it's legal, then that's good enough for me.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: John Andrews on January 08, 2010, 10:09:52 AM
I used to coon hunt a lot. We used to shoot them, of course. Sometimes we would skin some of them before we were done, but usually we had enough fellas along that we could carry quite a few coon and skin them at home.

We ate some of the coon and sold the rest of the carcasses for a dollar each. Coon hides were worth skinning, of course. The money was enough to earn the dogs's keep, with a few dollars left over at the end of coon season. There was a lot of coon back in those days. There is probably just as many coon today, or even more coon nowdays, because not as many folks coon hunt nowdays.

Here in SE Iowa we have a lot of timber and crop fields. It's coon heaven in this part of the state. Plott lives in the opposite corner (NW) of the state where there isn't much timber and of course, not near as many coon.  :sad:

We always used a .22 and head shot the coon. My cousin I hunted with swore .22 shorts worked the best, but I always swore by .22LR.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: backwoodsman68 on January 08, 2010, 02:57:25 PM
.22 LR is the standard for coonhunting. I imagine 99% of coonhunters use one. I do know a few ole boys that used high brass no.4's among other homemade/hand rolled loads. Onto another subject>>I imagine if a person checks they will find its illegal to shoot to wound an animal so dogs etc can "finish it off". Its illegal here in Illinois, so is shooting a dog because it doesnt hunt like you want it to. I just called my local CO to check for my own peace of mind. Both fall under animal cruelty laws he assured me. I never try to condemn another hunter for their hunting methods or what theyre hunting but when it affects me, mine and all hunters/trappers and their descendents I have a real problem with it. When some city person votes for or against my hunting/trapping rights/priveledges and takes into account methods or practices such as that I will speak out. I know that was common practice years ago, so was deer hunting at night and in July. Does that make it right? It was common 100 years ago to set no.4 size traps with TEETH on land for coons etc. Is that right or appropriate to do now? Would it be right or appropriate for me to do that around where houndsmen are running their dogs? I would have major concerns if I was running hounds where a foothold with a 8 1/2" jawspread with teeth was set. Just because something is traditional/staus quo or maybe even legal doesnt mean its a practice that we should continue. When I trap on land I use the smallest trap that will still hold the target animal. I could use bigger traps but why would I use a trap that is more expensive and could theoriticaly cause more injuries to a non target animal. If I was to use such a large and innappropriate trap then why would I even post the bad decision on an open forum so everyone could see it?
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Big58cal on January 08, 2010, 03:19:39 PM
Backwoodsman, you need to reread the one post in question.....

Nothin but CB longs for me. Don't hardly penetrate the hide so it doesn't mess the hide up.

That looks to me that he's using it to get the coon out of the tree with it, and then let the dogs have at it.  If that's the way it's done in his part of the country, why should you have a problem with it?

Also, your analogy about the traps with teeth doesn't mean anything.  They aren't legal, so they can't be used, so they don't enter into this discussion any whatsoever.

Is hunting deer with dogs legal in your area?  It's not in mine, but that doesn't mean that I've got a problem with it.  How about cutting the head off of an animal and leaving the rest to rot?  Most people will generally agree that something like this isn't acceptable, but unless it's illegal to do it, you won't hear me publicly bash someone for doing it (BTW, it's not illegal in KY to do that).

If there's something that you don't agree with, take it up with that person and/or try to get the law changed in your area to make it illegal.  Otherwise, don't condemn someone for doing something their way when it is legal for them.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: bohicajuan on January 08, 2010, 08:18:43 PM
I don't believe anyone here SERIOUSLY considers killing dogs that won't hunt.

Maybe it would be best if folks troll a while on a board before joining, that way they can see that what people write often has a sarcastic or not to be taken for literal meaning in their prose.

To use any anology of what was right and legal at such and such time as compared to now is not a proper or valid argument to put forth here.

In the end it only muddies the water, and diverts attention from what is going on now, and how best to deal with it.

First, last and foremost, we can NEVER look to be given a fair and impartial hearing from anti-gun and anti-hunting people. PERIOD.

They are out to destroy us and will do so whether we hunt one way or another.

I will NEVER try and satisfy them.The death of my sport is the only thing they want and I'll NEVER allow that to happen.

The sad TRUTH is...

Those we have most to fear are those who hunt and CLAIM to support and enjoy the outdoors as much as those of us here at Gut Pile Style do.

Those who say if it's not my way, then you are wrong and should not be allowed to hunt is not only stupid, foolish, childish and infantile; they ultimately are self defeating.

When you drive people away from the sport because you think you know what's right and wrong, in truth YOU are killing the sport.

I do not trap. I have never trapped. I can't conceive of a time when I would want to trap.

I haven't gone coon hunting in almost 10 years. I don't honestly care if I ever go again.

I don't squirrel hunt anymore.

I don't rabbit hunt anymore.

I don't bear hunt anymore.

I will never go out west and hunt mule deer, antelope and javelina again. Those days are past and will never return.

I do not hunt with a muzzleloader.

I do not hunt with a crossbow.

But...

I do turkey hunt in the spring.

I do deer hunt.

I deer hunt with a recurve bow.

I deer hunt with a modern rifle.

I have deer hunted with a handgun.

And my all time favorite form of deer hunting is to use dogs, preferably beagles and push the deer through the swamps of south Georgia, South Carolina and Florida.

I also like to use dogs to hunt hogs.

Therefore.

I support ALL TYPES OF HUNTING, AND TRAPPING EVEN THOSE TYPES I MYSELF DON'T ENGAGE IN.

Just because I no longer desire to hunt a certain animal.

Just because I no longer desire to follow a certain style of hunting in no way means I am opposed to it.

Only those with the myopic view of their importance juxtaposed with their actual inferiority complex follow such a path.

It's a path that leads nowhere.






Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: John Andrews on January 09, 2010, 10:07:48 AM
I had to read that real slow, bo. There are a lot of real big 5 dollar words there for me.  O0

Know whut? It sounds like you are hitting the big 5-0 mark and slowing down a bit.  :wink: Know whut else? We all do, and we think a little different than when we were young and full of pi$$ and vinegar.  O0

We are much smarter now. We slip up to the fence, slip UNDER the the fence instead of jumping over, and...................................... !  :twisted:
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: bohicajuan on January 11, 2010, 04:20:26 PM
Sorry about that John. :wink: O0

In a nutshell, what I said was....

Here at GP we are the board of the 'Big Tent" we welcome ALL folks who hunt legally as defined by their state's rules and regulations.

We don't have such a complex as to think we are better or smarter than anyone, and likewise we're not going to stand by while someone think's they're smarter or know what's right for us.

They don't. PERIOD.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Big58cal on January 11, 2010, 05:13:30 PM
Sorry about that John. :wink: O0

In a nutshell, what I said was....

Here at GP we are the board of the 'Big Tent" we welcome ALL folks who hunt legally as defined by their state's rules and regulations.

We don't have such a complex as to think we are better or smarter than anyone, and likewise we're not going to stand by while someone think's they're smarter or know what's right for us.

They don't. PERIOD.



 O0  'Nuff said.   :wink:
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: bohicajuan on January 12, 2010, 10:35:48 PM
I apologize.

I left one small but salient point out.

Here at GP.

We don't harvest the animals we hunt.

WE KILL THEM!

Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: John Andrews on January 13, 2010, 09:05:00 AM
I apologize.

I left one small but salient point out.

Here at GP.

We don't harvest the animals we hunt.

WE KILL THEM!


  O0 YES! And sometimes we scalp our kills!  :twisted: O0
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: Big58cal on January 13, 2010, 03:47:01 PM
I apologize.

I left one small but salient point out.

Here at GP.

We don't harvest the animals we hunt.

WE KILL THEM!



I am not a hunter!

I am a

Wildlife Population Control Specialist
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: John Andrews on January 14, 2010, 09:14:39 AM
I am not a hunter!

I am a

Wildlife Population Control Specialist
  :wink: O0 O0 O0 O0 O0 O0 O0 O0 O0 O0 O0
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: bohicajuan on January 18, 2010, 07:53:37 PM
Don't you just hate it when people just turn tail and run?

They don't argue, because they can't get their brain wrapped around the dialectic of the argument.

Still....

I'd have thought that people who HAVE convictions would STAND by them.

Guess not.
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: 2Nutz on January 19, 2010, 12:31:12 AM
Well put all! As for me, I like some dog stew every now and again! O0
Title: Re: 22 for coons
Post by: John Andrews on January 19, 2010, 09:00:08 AM
Well put all! As for me, I like some dog stew every now and again! O0
Camp stew!