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Re: Varmit Hunting
« Reply #10 on: January 31, 2005, 02:59:04 PM »
Hate to say it, but I don't care how much I liked my dog. If it came after me like that, I'd have put her down myself. I grew up with a dog that was a biter... never again. >:(
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Re: Varmit Hunting
« Reply #11 on: February 01, 2005, 06:44:54 AM »
Hate to say it, KS, but I'm the same way. If I can't break it from doing so, and can't find it another home........well... :-\

But so far, my track record is 0. :mrgreen: I had a biter once, but was able to break it. Just glad I could. :sad: ^-^

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Re: Varmit Hunting
« Reply #12 on: February 01, 2005, 01:21:17 PM »
Mine was a biter due to his arthritis. He was getting old and if you caused him pain, he'd return the favor. Even bit my old man once. BIG mistake! He never really liked that dog anyhue and took a pool cue and beat the crap outa him till the cue broke in half. Never bit him again.  :mrgreen:
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Re: Varmit Hunting
« Reply #13 on: February 01, 2005, 08:50:26 PM »
Shadow, I live in NY and you got it right on the nose... Haven't done any predator this year because my dad broke his ankle and was out of work for a while...

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Re: Varmit Hunting
« Reply #14 on: February 02, 2005, 09:19:43 AM »
very good thoughts guys! i've taken up bowhunting yotes and have two to my credit for january. i think they could well become a problem. flip side is every problem is an opportunity too. we have a challenging game animal here and in michigan for 14bucks for a fur bearers tag, you can have fun, cut down on yotes,and get some nice fur for projects,or to sell. i know they don't bring much money, but a few pelts and your hunting for free.
and while i haven'ttried it yet,,,,i bet i can find a recipe for yote somewhere,,,,BC?

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Re: Varmit Hunting
« Reply #15 on: February 02, 2005, 09:53:15 AM »
My wife and I raised a coyote and had her almost 8 years. Twice she got bred by neighbor dogs. What really upset me was the fact she was fenced in and the neighbors would not keep their dogs tied. Anyhow, she had a couple of litters of coydogs. Some of them turned out to be pretty good dogs, but some others were idiots and wanted to be biters, acting more wild than domestic. She had a den dug under her doghouse and that's where she kept the pups. One litter was from a Chesapeke(SP?) and the other litter were labs. The lab coydogs were a problem, believe it or not. A fellow I know stopped by and bought one of the Chesapeke coydog pups and later bred the pup with another full blood Chesapeke. He bred several litters and had pretty good sucess with the pups. I found out he was selling the pups and most of them turned out pretty good. When our Coyote got to about 8 years old, she turned into a real biter and I had to put her down. She had not bitten anyone yet, but she really tried. She had the best of vet care and was not rabid. She seemed to revert back to the wild and was too dangerous to have around children and adults.
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Re: Varmit Hunting
« Reply #16 on: February 02, 2005, 07:27:58 PM »
A recipe would be nice,let us know after you try it. Be nice now,not like me as a kid ,munching a green persimmon and telling my buddies how good it was.Shoulda been an actor.
 I heard they don't taste good,because they're carni-omnivores,but the thought of killing it for the pelt only rubs on me.But if thats whats needed to bring them under control.There's got to be a real good reason for Missouri to make a 11 1/2 mo.,no limit season on them.
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