This is the head of a Chupacabra
That thing is so ugly I would almost run even though armed. Almost. Kinda scary looking though!
And find something to get on and quickly.
Then shoot the SOB
Ya'll got lots of Wild Pigs where you are? Lots in East Texas. I bet even ishootdaily has tons of them in Florida. Those things can get real big and ugly. I had to trap 6 ugly, nasty possums last year around my house (in the country). They are nasty and I found out they object strongly when shot in the head.
Everyone got together with 30-30s etc and we went after
them. Not a critter you want to hunt alone. They can
rip a leg open in a heart beat.
This year not so bad, I've heard some and found some
tracks but not many.
Man would I love to get some dogs and come out and hunt some or just pick them off from a truck
Though it seems that they are just about everywhere anymore. Kinda like Coyotes, we find them run over on the side of the interstate at times ( really odd for such a smart critter ) and you can tell when they are around your neighborhood as the Cat tracks on your damp car seem to dwindle.
Hell, we had a bunch of Monkeys escape from Primate Facility a couple of years ago, they got all but one that is still running all over the place. How the hell a Monkey can hide in a city is beyond me...
We have so many on the roads near our house that we really have to slow down to about 25 the last mile to our house. They just walk along the road and for no apparent reason take off in front of you when you least expect it. Crazy. Course we feed a 1/2 dozen in our back yard cause they are just there and need to eat.
feeding deer is illegal,thats a big fine.
We are not feeding to shoot them. They hang out in our back yard.
I hate Damn deer kill em all
... almost as bad as placing salt licks or jacking
Have you ever heard of a bear guide service called twin bear outfitters
Why? they use the waste from candy manufactures as Bear Bait like Ted Nugent up i Alaska so the Bear is dead drunk on Sugar so badly you could walk up and Poleax em?
Hell we can just about do anything in OH except shining artificial light on animals and hunting past sunset. I remember un pa you aren't even aloud to hunt on sundays the point of that is beyond me except maybe morals?
"US scientists say an animal found in Texas is not the chupacabra – or goat-sucker – of American myth, but a coyote with a hair loss problem.
DNA tests on the carcass found at a ranch south-east of San Antonio yielded a virtually identical match to coyote DNA, biologist Mike Forstner said.
The coyote was one of three found dead by rancher Phylis Canion this summer.
Central American myth has long spoken of a vampire-like creature that slays livestock by sucking out their blood.
The chupacabra is said to attack its victims at night, leaving a trail of carcasses with their throats torn out.
Mr Forstner said that he himself had assumed the creature brought in for testing at Texas State University was a domestic dog but “the DNA sequence is a virtually identical match to DNA from the coyote”.
Ms Canion and some of her neighbours discovered the 40-pound (18-kg) carcasses of three of the animals over four days in July outside her ranch in Cuero, 90 miles (145km) south-east of San Antonio.
She said she had saved the head of one of them to get it properly tested.
Additional hide samples have been taken to try to determine the cause of the animal’s hair loss, Mr Forstner said."
I don't know, may be they did a DNA test.
That Coyote looked like it did not have a single hair anywhere on it's body. Worst mange I've ever seen.
I was putting in a new water heater when I saw it, could not get off a mercy shot.
i haven't heard of the Bear guide service.why?
Just wondering that's where my dad goes its in MN
Actual Bear hunting would be cool.
Looks to be something that would be fun to do without a doubt.
They get the bait from dairy queen and cereal factories lol check out a forum I posted it has a link to a video of my dads first bear there
mmm... dunno about hunting like that.