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Old 08-22-2012, 05:06 PM   #31
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I like to hunt because I love being outdoors, and just waiting in nature's house. Also it's all my marksmanship practice put to the test for one clean shot. I think it's a good feeling of satisfaction that all my work and practice actually worked in the field, and my reward is a big steak on the grill for dinner!

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I hunt crop eating varmints like groundhogs.

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I hunt crop eating varmints like groundhogs.
and deer and coons and peasants and quail and doves and and and
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and deer and coons and peasants and quail and doves and and and
You like killing peasants, as in the locals, are you Brittish.......lol jk.......
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you like killing peasants, as in the locals, are you brittish.......lol jk.......
only when said peasants are damaging crops....

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I had a deer step out in front of my bike on the way to work the other morning. Same stretch of road about 1/2 mile apart and few days later 3 big raccoons ran in front of me. To many critters can be dangerous to vehicles, I rather see them on the stove than crossing the road in front of me!

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I had a deer step out in front of my bike on the way to work the other morning. Same stretch of road about 1/2 mile apart and few days later 3 big raccoons ran in front of me. To many critters can be dangerous to vehicles, I rather see them on the stove than crossing the road in front of me!
If animals could talk, they would say the same thing about you. stop and think about it for a while. Who is really over populating the world and creating mayhem.......Raccoons here are allways being hit by cars, it seems there is a road that runs thru thier often traveled trail to thier feeding grounds........People run them over just for the hell of it, some going on to the shoulder to make the kill.......Turtles ain't got a chance, they are # one on the list.....
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Nutria actually are quite tasty.
Iguess anything is tasty if you use alot of BBQ sause.
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A coyote took down a biker in town today on my daily route!

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