Guns? Guns? Guns? Yer don' need no guns

Discussion in 'Turf and Surf Hunting and Fishing' started by chelloveck, Sep 18, 2011.

  1. chelloveck

    chelloveck Diabolus Causidicus

  2. Seawolf1090

    Seawolf1090 Retired Curmudgeonly IT Monkey Founding Member

    That last one will take some 'splaining........

    I saw internet photos of a coyote that got 'grilled once too. Couldn't see the critter in there til you looked into the grill!
    Down here, when driving or riding my bike on the forest roads, I have to be very observant..... those danged deer love to jump right in front of a vehicle!
  3. chelloveck

    chelloveck Diabolus Causidicus

    We have the same problem

    We have the same problem with kangaroos and wallabies.....they truly are the panel beater's friends.

    hit a kangaroo on my motorbike - YouTube

    Kangaroo V 4WD - YouTube

    Kangaroo hits V8 Racecar - YouTube

    But sometimes kangaroos have their own problems.
  4. -06

    -06 Monkey+++

    My wife is an excellent "hunter". She has taken several out. We have had one car totalled and five others hit. One ran into the side of my car in town. I jumped out to finish him off but he scrambled away before the coup de gras shot. Danged fur bearing critters are a real pest.
  5. chelloveck

    chelloveck Diabolus Causidicus

    That's no danged hood's a danged car sight

    Your wife drives the best game meat tenderiser in town I bet.....
  6. BTPost

    BTPost Stumpy Old Fart,Deadman Walking, Snow Monkey Moderator

    -06, You need to weld a "Moose Rack" to the front of her Car..... ..... YMMV.....
  7. Truman

    Truman Monkey+

    "Moose Rack" so drag the moose easy., or tot truck. LOL.
  8. toydoc

    toydoc Monkey+++


    I was out around Coonamble, Walett area a few years ago and a mob, of Kangaroos, hopped across the road in front of my car. I slammed on the brakes and honked the horn( a lot) and all but three hopped off the road. Those three were trying to outrun a car. With the brakes and the horn still engaged I was catching them real fast when they decided to exit right. I was scared because they were some of the biggest things I had ever seen on the road. Then I started looking for a place to pull over to change my attire.
  9. wastelander

    wastelander Bad English, bare with me

    I mostly get rabbits with this hunting method, and they are rarely good for eating. Ethically though I have no problems eating roadkill.
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  10. kellory

    kellory An unemployed Jester, is nobody's fool. Banned

    Several hunters I know, are on roadkill lists with the local sheriff. Deer or rarely pigs get hit, you show up when called, he writes you a claim tag for it, and it is yours. Most road kill deer will give at least 40% of normal yield, and some have little to show for how they died. The meat is fresh killed. You will usually be called for pick-up within 30 minutes, of the officer arriving on-site. I need a second large freezer before I sign up. One of my hunting buddies, received 4 large deer in one week! Only one had major damage, and it became dog food.
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  11. wastelander

    wastelander Bad English, bare with me

    Yeah, there's a couple of hunters here who does that too. What I meant was just that small animals, like rabbits, often get under the tires and such and theres not much to eat left on them. I let the dogs have a go though if they are with me.
  12. kellory

    kellory An unemployed Jester, is nobody's fool. Banned

    Yep, that is why I am trapping rabbits live, and relocating them to my hunting property. It should help build up the population where I can eat them. I can not legally raise them to eat them.
    wastelander likes this.
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