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Bigslam51

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I figured it wouldn't pass. The antis are on a mission to put an end to all trapping. If that happens there will be a cluster fuck of things happen to all wildlife, and it won't be good.
 

Bigslam51

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I read a post the other day from a West Virginia trapper who traps Gallia and Lawrence counties. He caught 5 bobcats while setting for yotes and fox, and there's only 12 incidentally trapped cats on record🤔
 

Hunter II

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We get so many trail cam photos in Monroe county they would get tired of hearing from me. I was trying to shoot a squirrel for supper off the corn feeder in the yard when this one walked up the driveway.
 
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Bigslam51

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We get so many trail cam photos in Monroe county they would get tired of hearing from me. I was trying to shoot a squirrel for supper off the corn feeder in the yard when this one walked up the driveway.
Well I hate to say it but it's people that don't report these sightings that make it look like there isn't that many around.
 
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I’m guilty of not reporting sightings and pics. But I would have to contact them every week. They know how many are out there. They can’t be that stupid. Just too much pressure from the antis.
 

Milo

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They really should wait until the study is over before allowing trapping of bobcats. We do t need any more knee jerk reactions when it comes to wildlife conservation and regulation. It’s sets a bad precedent for other crucial decisions that will need made .
 
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