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Old 12-14-2010, 09:35 PM   #1
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I just found a large Nutria colony on a small island in the middle of one of the lakes on our property.

I am so lucky......no woodchucks in this part of the country.....but we have Nutrias!

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Old 12-14-2010, 09:42 PM   #2
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Hi Lony,

We have Coypu on one of the farms I have shooting permission on. Like a giant rat great to stalk and shoot. I believe they escaped from a fur farm in the 70s
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Davy these little fellas, much like some women I know, love dikes. They burrow in and damage them.
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Davy these little fellas, much like some women I know, love dikes. They burrow in and damage them.
As I eat what I shoot these guys are pushing the limits of my taste buds.
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Ha.......!
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As I eat what I shoot these guys are pushing the limits of my taste buds.
Sometimes one has to just not follow the eat what we shoot rule.
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As I eat what I shoot these guys are pushing the limits of my taste buds.
They're destructive varmints. I have no problem shooting something that I'm not going to eat if it's destroying property. They have sharp pointy teeth for tearing things up.
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Soz Doc am a bit slow tonight Its 11.00pm here on my fourth can and half of it is on my bloody keyboard. lol
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Lon, can I swing by and shoot a few of them? I'll bring some brew, of your choice for afterwards for incentive. And I won't bat an eye at your wife, I swear.
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