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Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by KYBourbonCountyMan, Feb 19, 2018.
I Like it ,
Well you tain't gonna catch that there cat with that there thing in there . Drag him out by his ears .
Take two fingers and rub it through it's hair and smell to see if there is something fishy going on .
Old cougars like cash too, throw some money in the trap. A couple beers may also do the trick.
Used to just get em with a Big Mac and fries. BOY TIMES HAVE CHANGED.
You can tune a harp, but you can’t tuna fish.
Yall boys haven't been smoking that wacky tobacco have you?
U never bought your ol lady a fish sammich?
It's not about the tune, it's about that sweet, sweet rhythm. Good songs always end to soon.
Not for about 34 years.
Never did try that. BUT I used to drink my sure and others share to. But that was 40 years ago. Drink a Beer once in a while maybe a taste of SHINE now and then. But I would never go back to what I used to be and did.
Supposed to be “piano”. My apologies.
THATS ALRIGHT. It has been 34 years ago. LOL
To KY Bourbon Man - you had me until you posted the bear in the trap. Nothing is green in Bourbon Co yet. The pic is a Panther though. We encounter them off and on. State F&G likes to claim they do not exist. I have documented encounters from Floyd, Fleming, Greenup, Breathitt and Rowan counties. Two were personal sightings, two were documented by KSP and one had a dead cat to prove it. They are rare, and hard to find, harder to kill. A live chicken in your trap would be a better choice for bait if you are serious but your chances are slim to none. They travel far and wide and are not likely to be in the same place twice.
Documented sightings in 5 counties, well post up the pics.
Or is it going to be like the other 1 million sightings, no pics? I bet I know
And a quick google search shows that same bear in a trap picture in a 2013 forum posting. Maybe it's some sort of time warp. http://hunting-washington.com/smf/index.php?topic=115015.0