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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-14-2019, 10:12 AM Thread Starter
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Default Here is a few from my lease

The one single Boar is what we call a feeder Guard
They hang around try and run off the others from eating

Well he is no longer the guard
He is Bar B Q
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Wet there tommyt. Good sounder of piggies. Hope the BBQ is just the way you like it!
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This is one of about 6 different groups,we’ve been fortunate to have around for at least a year now
I’m starting to worry a bit as I’m not seeing many if any footballs
We have a terribly large population of Bear so either they are working them over,or mommies
keeping them in the thickets
I hate to think trapping or state induced birth control
But the tiny guys just aren’t there
I pray the state opens Bear
I know it’s political and Financial someone’s going to get hurt or killed
Then it’s too late

The bears belong no doubt
I hunted North Central Florida for 40+ years
Used to be an exciting thing to see a Bear track it would be a campfire Bonanza
Not no more, tracks are almost as many as Deer, And sightings are the Norm.
Yet they are left to breed unchecked,along with the state concentrating them
via their trap and release

Loosing my hearing and hunting with overwhelming population worries this young fella

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