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    way uncool picture.lol.. it is but hey, you dog let go that future big buck

    show how much 1 song dog can do
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Bob View Post
    Not one of mine but a guy's from work.

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    nature at its finest right there.

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    Anyone up for a coyote hunt? I read in the Oregon/Washington Game and Fish that the coyote predation of mule deer and pronghorn antelope is 90% in southeastren Oregon. Don't know if those numbers hold true for eastren Washington, but with the incursion of wolves from Idaho, I'm sure that fawn survival rates are pretty low.
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    Wow, awesome pictures guys. That coyote/fawn picture is amazing!
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    Jim, That's just plain wrong LOL!! Wow those guys are sweet! I never thought I would say any guy is sweet
    But those guys are sweet.



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    From a year or so ago......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Jim, That's just plain wrong LOL!! Wow those guys are sweet! I never thought I would say any guy is sweet
    But those guys are sweet.



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    Quote Originally Posted by archerx7 View Post

    That is just plain mean!! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedykills View Post
    From a year or so ago......
    If every one of those weren't killed right after the photo there could be 100 of them now!

    Feral hogs are the most prolific large, wild mammal in North America.
    With adequate nutrition, a feral hog population can double in 4 months.
    Breeding occurs throughout the year when conditions are favorable, and sea-
    sonally when food supply and nutrient quality vary. Females begin breeding
    at about 8 to 10 months old, or as young as 6 months if food is abundant.
    Under favorable conditions, sows can produce two litters every 12 to 15
    months, with an average of four to eight piglets per litter and a sex ratio of
    1:1. Younger sows tend to have smaller litters, while an older sow may have
    as many as 10 to 13 piglets. Piglets are weaned in 2 to 3 months. Drought
    and food shortages can delay breeding and reduce the number of piglets
    born, but feral hog populations recover quickly when conditions improve.
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