Trail camera pics.

EZ-E

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I havent had to kill any puppies yet. We have adopted out all of the puppies we have come across but its just not sustainable. Sometimes it takes 9 months to a year just to get someone who wants a puppy. We decided it would be a mercy to just put them out of their misery. We cant handle anymore dogs as it is.

Any full grown dog on my hunting property or near the house though qualifies for the kill on sight policy. I am not spending all of my free time and money managing a property to have it busted by some meth dogs. I also have children now and when they are old enough to be outside playing, I dont want any shitmutts trying anything. I have my GSDs to make sure that doesnt happen though

I had a big bastard + a puppy come through the past couple of days. I had my trash can out and he was over there sniffing it but then he lost interest and ran away. I was just at my side door with my ear pro on and 12 ga slug gun ready to go if he was going to try anything. Woke up this morning and the can was undisturbed so he gets a pass for now. Second I see him on a trail cam or when my dog obsessed MIL isnt here, he is toast.


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gll

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I'm not much of a hunter, but this boar found it's way into my snare last night; I found it on my regular morning walk. The trail cam showed him to me about a week ago, and the snare did something I wouldn't do, it sat there waiting for 5 days... The trail cam showed him solo. Dispatched with my 300BO from about 10ft.
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gll

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Snared this guy going under my fence a couple weeks ago.
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I thought there was another one, so I put out another snare. First thing to come by was this bobcat, but all it did was sniff the cedar my dog likes to pee on...
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Within just a few minutes, this coyote decided the way to go uner was full speed. The snare loop was set big for a pig, but she got unlucky and it caught her my a rear foot.
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