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Helpful tips for a mountain lion!

 
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Old 08-27-2012, 02:53 PM
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Re: Helpful tips for a mountain lion!

I'm with C.O. Shooter. Not saying that you don't have lions, but that track looks like a coyote to me. Yote tracks are somewhat longer than they are wide, like what I see in the picture. Also from the picture, to me, there appears to be nail marks on the leading middle two pad tracks.
Lion tracks will be more rounded and the plantar pad will be bilobed (m-shaped). Generally speaking, you're right when you say cat tracks will lack claw/nail marks.
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Re: Helpful tips for a mountain lion!

Pull your panties up and go hunting. You are not going to kill the critter sitting in front of the computer.
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Pull your panties up and go hunting. You are not going to kill the critter sitting in front of the computer.
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Yeah I know right. Haven't had a chance with work yet. It's 40 minutes just to get out there. Was just trying to compile some advice for when I get a day off.
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Re: Helpful tips for a mountain lion!

Find someone who has some hunting dogs and go after it!
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Pull your panties up and go hunting. You are not going to kill the critter sitting in front of the computer.
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Nice!
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Old 08-30-2012, 11:15 AM
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Re: Helpful tips for a mountain lion!

Best bet is always hounds....

Heard if you take your least favorite noisy pet rooster for a walk and leash his leg on top of stump or where ever, away from what is left of the other chickens may get you a shot.

Either way will be good times, make for a good story and some breakfast sausage. Good luck.

And yes that's a cat track. Round and top of the back pad is square where a dog track and pad are more of a pyramid shape.
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Re: Helpful tips for a mountain lion!

Check out EPISODE16 - Calling Mountain Lions with Mark Healey of the predator hunting talkcast
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