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Real or Fake?

Real or Fake?

Are these real, fakes or is someone just trying to pull a gag on some hunting and fishing buddies? Here’s what we’ve been able to find out about some of these popular inbox photos. Then weigh in with your opinion.
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from Forrest Penner wrote 1 year 47 weeks ago

I think they are real...crazy things happen all the time...the moose was is a crazy story...but it happened when they were working on the power lines

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from peteyraymond wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Deer on power pole (14/17): COULD be real. While running across RR tracks, it could have had hooves cut off by wheels before another part of the train hit & knocked it onto pole. Unlikely, but possible.

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from Deerhunter25 wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

All of those pictures are really cool. But, the one with the moose on the wire is oviously fake.

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from skibum1106 wrote 2 years 37 weeks ago

You cantell some of these are fake. #2 is def fake, as well as #2.

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from RemsDad wrote 3 years 19 weeks ago

#7 was obviously photoshopped. Notice the black line along its back. It is not a shadow.

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from The Great Onalaskan wrote 3 years 36 weeks ago

I think #8 is my favorite.It looks really cool.

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from Bull Elk wrote 3 years 43 weeks ago

Unless the deer in #12 is in full rigormortis, the head should be facing the other way. As the alligaor swims forward, the water should be pushing the head in the opposite direction. Fake.

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from turkey777 wrote 4 years 7 weeks ago

All the pictures are awesome! Some of them look fake.

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from crosbychief wrote 4 years 12 weeks ago

Concur that the "coydog" is really either a gray wolf or a wolf/dog cross. My favorite sham photos are: the "attack" of coyotes on a hunter in the snow; the cougar "killed in Michigan/Wisconsin?illinois/pick another eastern state" with the hunter posing with a game warden from a western state; the 18' tall moose crossing a so-called "full-sized gravel country road". Most amazing is how some people who should know better take these photos hook, line and sinker.

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from blackdawgz wrote 4 years 12 weeks ago

Overexposure reminds me of my dawg, Bill, when he was young. Tore up all my clothes, turned my NIB guns into "unfired", but I must admit that the young alpha stallion who would dare me to catch him after I threw the dummy became the best retriever I ever saw.http://duckcallsgoosecalls.com/

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from PittsburghDeerH... wrote 4 years 14 weeks ago

These are awesome. I believe them all except for the deer on top of that power pole. That deer couldn't of got up there. Poor dog! To say the least, that ain't comfortable! That's a beautiful Piebald buck also.

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from iowagiant wrote 4 years 17 weeks ago

i belive #2 is possible because my great grandpa had told me about a deer that his group shot many years ago in southern iowa that weighed close to 500 lbs

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from iowagiant wrote 4 years 17 weeks ago

i belive #2 is possible because my great grandpa had told me about a deer that his group shot many years ago in southern iowa that weighed close to 500 lbs

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from bigwaterfowler wrote 4 years 18 weeks ago

those r great pics

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from Buck Master270 wrote 4 years 22 weeks ago

bill wouldnt hunt with out monica!!!!

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from ChuckG wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Poor Bill!

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from gilley75 wrote 4 years 26 weeks ago

If #17 is real who shot it for him he's an anti gunner

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from shades1129 wrote 4 years 27 weeks ago

If not for the seriousness off the forest being on fire, #8 would be a really awesome shot

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from chrondust wrote 4 years 28 weeks ago

# 17 is real...I seen it happen

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from bowpreacher33 wrote 4 years 28 weeks ago

if #9 is real which i doubt,grit and stupidity are running a closer race than i thought

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from APT wrote 4 years 28 weeks ago

About #7. Further investigation of that carcass showed the animal was spayed. Not a "coydog". Wolf/Dog hybrid - yes.

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from TexanHunter wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

#14 I bet was from a mountain lion. They usually drag their kills into trees to eat them, seen lots of half eaten deer in trees along the Red River.

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from Yoda wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

Man those are crazy

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from CCMJS wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

#14 could have been a snowplow with a front wingplow blade. But #17 is staged for sure.

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from Jeepdude1987 wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

And, it all comes down to "(not so) Slick Willey".

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from dukkillr wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

#9 is totally bull. There is no way a dog could survive that many quills administered to the face, much less calmly stand up for a picture. Photoshopping.

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from bigjake wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

I dont doubt the size of the coyote in #7, North Eastern coyotes are the biggest in North America.I have shot yotes in the 70lb range in NB

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from packerfan wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

#'s 14-15 are hard to believe, but the rest seem plausible.

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from SeabeePete wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

Wow! #6 would be an awesome sight in a full mount and I don't care what the "biologists" say the canine in #7 sure looks like a wolf in coyote's clothing.

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from Bo wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

Too bad the bear in #1 did not understand that electricity respects no living creature and its bite is much worse than any grizzly's.I wonder if it cooked the meat enough to eat it, just something to think about.

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from Fishingfreak wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

I've seen coyotes as big as the one in #7 when i lived in NH, but we called them Coyolfs, because we figured they were half wolf.

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from seadog wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

I agree with Bubba about #12. There are plenty of gators out there bib enough to take a small to medium sized doe. But where did it really happen? Those pictures have popped up in my inbox at least 3 times and every time they're supposed to be from someplace different.

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from Bubba wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

I can believe # 12 because an alligator is totally capable of grabbing a deer, and I've seen a similar event with a croc and wildebeest: http://www.bbcearth.com/earth-explorer/crocodile-strikes-wildebeest/

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from ghayworth wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

No way on # 2. Notice that the head doesn't fit the body and way too much loose skin from the front shoulder back.

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from cjohnsrud wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

Heck, I've done crazier things than #4. #8 is a truly awesome shot. Great job OL.

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from cjohnsrud wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

Heck, I've done crazier things than #4. #8 is a truly awesome shot. Great job OL.

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from iowagiant wrote 4 years 17 weeks ago

i belive #2 is possible because my great grandpa had told me about a deer that his group shot many years ago in southern iowa that weighed close to 500 lbs

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from turkey777 wrote 4 years 7 weeks ago

All the pictures are awesome! Some of them look fake.

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from peteyraymond wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

Deer on power pole (14/17): COULD be real. While running across RR tracks, it could have had hooves cut off by wheels before another part of the train hit & knocked it onto pole. Unlikely, but possible.

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from packerfan wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

#'s 14-15 are hard to believe, but the rest seem plausible.

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from bigjake wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

I dont doubt the size of the coyote in #7, North Eastern coyotes are the biggest in North America.I have shot yotes in the 70lb range in NB

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from APT wrote 4 years 28 weeks ago

About #7. Further investigation of that carcass showed the animal was spayed. Not a "coydog". Wolf/Dog hybrid - yes.

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from chrondust wrote 4 years 28 weeks ago

# 17 is real...I seen it happen

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from Bull Elk wrote 3 years 43 weeks ago

Unless the deer in #12 is in full rigormortis, the head should be facing the other way. As the alligaor swims forward, the water should be pushing the head in the opposite direction. Fake.

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from The Great Onalaskan wrote 3 years 36 weeks ago

I think #8 is my favorite.It looks really cool.

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from skibum1106 wrote 2 years 37 weeks ago

You cantell some of these are fake. #2 is def fake, as well as #2.

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from Deerhunter25 wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

All of those pictures are really cool. But, the one with the moose on the wire is oviously fake.

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from Forrest Penner wrote 1 year 47 weeks ago

I think they are real...crazy things happen all the time...the moose was is a crazy story...but it happened when they were working on the power lines

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from Bubba wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

I can believe # 12 because an alligator is totally capable of grabbing a deer, and I've seen a similar event with a croc and wildebeest: http://www.bbcearth.com/earth-explorer/crocodile-strikes-wildebeest/

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from seadog wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

I agree with Bubba about #12. There are plenty of gators out there bib enough to take a small to medium sized doe. But where did it really happen? Those pictures have popped up in my inbox at least 3 times and every time they're supposed to be from someplace different.

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from Bo wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

Too bad the bear in #1 did not understand that electricity respects no living creature and its bite is much worse than any grizzly's.I wonder if it cooked the meat enough to eat it, just something to think about.

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from SeabeePete wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

Wow! #6 would be an awesome sight in a full mount and I don't care what the "biologists" say the canine in #7 sure looks like a wolf in coyote's clothing.

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from dukkillr wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

#9 is totally bull. There is no way a dog could survive that many quills administered to the face, much less calmly stand up for a picture. Photoshopping.

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from Jeepdude1987 wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

And, it all comes down to "(not so) Slick Willey".

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from CCMJS wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

#14 could have been a snowplow with a front wingplow blade. But #17 is staged for sure.

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from Yoda wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

Man those are crazy

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from TexanHunter wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

#14 I bet was from a mountain lion. They usually drag their kills into trees to eat them, seen lots of half eaten deer in trees along the Red River.

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from bowpreacher33 wrote 4 years 28 weeks ago

if #9 is real which i doubt,grit and stupidity are running a closer race than i thought

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from gilley75 wrote 4 years 26 weeks ago

If #17 is real who shot it for him he's an anti gunner

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from ChuckG wrote 4 years 25 weeks ago

Poor Bill!

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from Buck Master270 wrote 4 years 22 weeks ago

bill wouldnt hunt with out monica!!!!

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from bigwaterfowler wrote 4 years 18 weeks ago

those r great pics

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from iowagiant wrote 4 years 17 weeks ago

i belive #2 is possible because my great grandpa had told me about a deer that his group shot many years ago in southern iowa that weighed close to 500 lbs

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from PittsburghDeerH... wrote 4 years 14 weeks ago

These are awesome. I believe them all except for the deer on top of that power pole. That deer couldn't of got up there. Poor dog! To say the least, that ain't comfortable! That's a beautiful Piebald buck also.

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from blackdawgz wrote 4 years 12 weeks ago

Overexposure reminds me of my dawg, Bill, when he was young. Tore up all my clothes, turned my NIB guns into "unfired", but I must admit that the young alpha stallion who would dare me to catch him after I threw the dummy became the best retriever I ever saw.http://duckcallsgoosecalls.com/

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from crosbychief wrote 4 years 12 weeks ago

Concur that the "coydog" is really either a gray wolf or a wolf/dog cross. My favorite sham photos are: the "attack" of coyotes on a hunter in the snow; the cougar "killed in Michigan/Wisconsin?illinois/pick another eastern state" with the hunter posing with a game warden from a western state; the 18' tall moose crossing a so-called "full-sized gravel country road". Most amazing is how some people who should know better take these photos hook, line and sinker.

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from Fishingfreak wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

I've seen coyotes as big as the one in #7 when i lived in NH, but we called them Coyolfs, because we figured they were half wolf.

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from shades1129 wrote 4 years 27 weeks ago

If not for the seriousness off the forest being on fire, #8 would be a really awesome shot

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from RemsDad wrote 3 years 19 weeks ago

#7 was obviously photoshopped. Notice the black line along its back. It is not a shadow.

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from ghayworth wrote 4 years 29 weeks ago

No way on # 2. Notice that the head doesn't fit the body and way too much loose skin from the front shoulder back.

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