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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-08-2010, 04:54 PM Thread Starter
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Default How to tell Buck from Doe just by eating their dropings

NO!!! I'm not a lunatick! Nor would I ever do such a thing BUT my friends don't know that. ???

Just find a good deer trail and drop a few rasinetts on the ground. Call your friends over and ask them if the tracks are a buck or a doe. Point out the fake dropings,skoop up the fake poop, smell it and proclaim," Yep, that smell like a buck"! then pop it into your mouth.

I have had guys that have been hunting for 40 years fall for that hook, line and sinker.

A little lemonade mix in the snow works well to! ;D

Have fun and good hunting!
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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-08-2010, 06:08 PM
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Another fun trick is to go out in the woods and replace little piles of raisinettes with deer droppings.
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Hey Powpow, Now that is funny ;D
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PowPow, that is way to **** funny. ;D

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Gotta wonder, has Bingo and PowPow hunted together. Once. Thats grinnin' stuff both of ya! ;D ;D
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Heh. As a kid I convinced my city slicker cousin that rabbit berries were really berries. He believed me, til he popped a few in his mouth. I felt terrible, yeah right. POWDERMAN.
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Now that sounds like some crap my dad would pull on me when I was a kid...you guys are to funny.
Humm maybe it is time for me to take the boy out on a pig hunt lol
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Then there is the trick on discerning black bear poo from Griz. Griz poo is full of little bells and smells like pepper. :
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When my dad was a kid, he convinced his cousin that "rabbit pills" were really "smart pills". Gullible Joe put one in his mouth and bit down. He spit it out, and said: that thing taste like "s#*t!". Dad said: See? Your already gettin smart.

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In 1968 I started working on the White Alice system up in Alaska. The first site we new-hires were sent to was Bear Creek up near the village of Tanana. There was a bowl of chocolate eggs on the table in the dining room when we walked in. I don't know of any of our group who tried them, but they were chocolate covered moose nuggets the cook had made, special for the cheechakos....

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