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Discussion in 'Winged Hunting Reports' started by SNEEKEE, Aug 13, 2007.

  1. SNEEKEE

    SNEEKEE Member

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    Thank's Mike
     
  2. Quixotic

    Quixotic kwik-'sä-tik

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    Nice Elk shed Bro.

    So you shot a rampaging fur ball :frehya2: Just WTF is that?
     
  3. SNEEKEE

    SNEEKEE Member

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    went fishing with my dad and he caught all the fish and on the way home I shot a porcypine
     
  4. SNEEKEE

    SNEEKEE Member

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    I found all these shed with in 20.min from my house
     
  5. Az.monkey

    Az.monkey Newbie

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    We waited all this time for a porcupine and some sun bleached shed :shake: :imdumb:
     
  6. Kurt

    Kurt Mistadobalina

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    There is a big Bull growing a new pair right now.
     
  7. SNEEKEE

    SNEEKEE Member

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    That's probly a year old shed but Ive seen bigger bull's this year then that
     
  8. The Notorious S.U.A

    The Notorious S.U.A Newbie

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    what are you like 85 lbs. soaking wet? eat some food boy.
     
  9. mjehlers

    mjehlers Newbie

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    Sneekee, send me some more pictures and I'll resize them for you.
     
  10. wils

    wils lazy-ass well known "member"

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    You shot a porcupine? I guess I shoudn't be surprised as your prowess as a great white hunter is well documented.....by yourself. :gay:

    After I built my house in SunRiver, the porcupines used to come to my back sliding door and stick their noses on the glass. I had to keep my dogs in the house at night so they wouldn't "nose-up" to them.
    I think that their top-end speed is about 2MPH.

    Good "kill" with your shot-gun, bwana.
     
  11. SNEEKEE

    SNEEKEE Member

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    YA MIKE Ill do that and I'm 120 dry
     
  12. SNEEKEE

    SNEEKEE Member

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    pelt them and sell them for 120 buck's
     
  13. Az.monkey

    Az.monkey Newbie

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    Everytime I pelt my girlfriend she charges me $ 150.00 and calls the cops
     
  14. rdrrm8e

    rdrrm8e Fucking Stan

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    Sneekee

    Ahm no cuntry boy.....but did you shoot the legs out from undur them cowz in the ferst pikchur?
     
  15. Az.monkey

    Az.monkey Newbie

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    I don't even get a clean shaven discount :1041677399:
     
  16. Quixotic

    Quixotic kwik-'sä-tik

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    I think it was Minnesota that passed a law not to kill Pocupines. They are one of the few animals a man can run down and kill with a stick. In case people became stranded in remote areas they could suvive on porcupines. I imagine they taste like pine tree tar. The dozen or so I have come across smelled really bad. I just slap them with my cap to get a couple of quills.
    You killed it. Now you have to eat it.

    :drool:
     
  17. SNEEKEE

    SNEEKEE Member

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    I couldint find a stick that's what my boss told me what I had to do next time I get the chans to kill a porcypine
     
  18. SNEEKEE

    SNEEKEE Member

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    you kill it you eat it axsept vermin that my life long hunting rule
     
  19. Az.monkey

    Az.monkey Newbie

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    I recently bagged a vermin and the doctor gave me a shot and some pills and now I'm all better
     
  20. Redneck75

    Redneck75 Been Around A While

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    Don't sweat it Sneekee...you keep right on shooting them porcupines! Some people may not know it but there's still a bounty on them in Western Oregon. Turns out those cute little buggers kill trees. Chop the nose off and take it by a fish and wildlife office and you get a couple of bucks apiece for them.
     

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