Other predator pics

Discussion in 'Trail Cameras And Photos' started by drahthaar, Jan 14, 2011.

  1. drahthaar

    drahthaar Member

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    Don't recognize many screen names here from other hunting sites, so I thought I'd share some other pics I have posted before.

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    This wolf was harvested in BC, weighed in at 146 lbs.
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    This one killed a bear cub
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    puppies
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    I had 20 pics of this wolf pacing back and forth. There is cub in that tree.
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  2. Len Backus

    Len Backus Administrator Staff Member

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    These are great, thanks!
     

  3. smoked

    smoked Well-Known Member

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    that is pretty cool, i would like to see that in person
     
  4. CRNA

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    Neat pics. Where were they taken?
     
  5. drahthaar

    drahthaar Member

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    NW Montana
     
  6. CRNA

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    Would love to go there sometime.
     
  7. shorty

    shorty Well-Known Member

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    Very nice,drahthaar. Got any pic's of your dog's? Got a GWP laying here dreaming of pheasant season.
     
  8. drahthaar

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    Here are a few, I have in the photobucket.

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    One of the problem with hard charging dogs, caught a stob.
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    Here is my handywork, she laid down and let me sew her up.
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  9. nfhjr62

    nfhjr62 Well-Known Member

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    Nice looking Pointer on Pg 2, had a short hair pointer my self for many years rescued as a pup no papers and a very good on birds and rabbits.
     
  10. shorty

    shorty Well-Known Member

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    Great looking dog! they are an amazing breed! Not for everyone, but I've had lab's and setters as well as a hound or two, am staying with this breed. Thanks for sharing.
     
  11. trebark

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    ok - holy crap you stitched up your own dog!

    What's a 'stob'?
     
  12. drahthaar

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    a short sharp broken off tree branch, is what I call a stob.

    I have come to learn, with these sorts of hunting dogs, they are hard charging, they get beat up. My vet actually gave me a stapler for next time, but she was impressed.

    These sorts of things always happen on Sunday, don't they?