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The Invaders

The Invaders

Here’s a look at what you might be hunting and fishing for in a decade from now.
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from Montanagyrene wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

As usual, Mr. Young, your post is VERY entertaining!! I hear you on the feral cats-seems like 2:00 AM is about their FAVORITE time to start fighting!! I agree COMPLETELY with you on the carp. As for the python, I think the skin makes some VERY nice cowboy boots!! Do you suppose the oryx could run the wolf packs out of ID?

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from benjaminwc wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

Funny that in many states where these animals are "out of control" a hunter has to pay to hunt them. Can't work with the chains on man!

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from Erable wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

Can't say anybody has much sympathy for anybody in Texas when it comes to animals.They say they are over run but still charge people to hunt them.It is obvious that they are stretching the truth a lot as they would allow anybody to hunt them if they were a actual problem.

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from klcmaher wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

While I wouldnt mind finding a few of the deer species wandering across our property, I am pretty sure the monkeys would get shot. We've already 'gotten rid' of several feral cats, and have chased a few 'stray' dogs off our land. We are not adverse to shooting them, especially if they are after my chickens. Coyotes are gonna be next, and my husband hunts feral hogs now. They make great pork roast!

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from MARINESNIPER44 wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

In north east Iowa we have not had a problem with feral hogs but there are plenty of dogs running around. My neighbor had five different dogs on his trail cam last summer. Cats survive because not to many preditors can climb a tree. I shot three of them this year.

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from QDMGuy wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

Yes, there ARE definitely snakeheads in FL! And what about feral chickens? I know they are becoming quite a bit of a problem in parts of GA and FL! Sounds like good early practice for turkey season!

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from DSMbirddog wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

This country and its residents continue to bring in things we don't need or want. The Asian carp in our major drainages may end a lot of great sportfishing. Rusty crayfish are found throughout MN. What next? Shoot them all!

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from jloutdoors wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

I didn't see, besides carp, any of the invasive species affecting the Great Lakes. Like gobies, sea lampreys, zebra mussels, rusty crayfish, goldfish and many many more invasive species. I know that all these and your species must be stopped but, more importantly we need to find the animal loving piss ants that are letting theses non-natives back into the wild.

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from noprat wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

There are snakeheads in FL! I always talk to a fishing guide/tackle shop owner in lake okeechobee. He said that 4 have been caught this year in the lake. He has caught one himself and showed me the picture.

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from Horn of the Hunter wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

Gayne, you sure all you got outta eating that rat was a stomach ache?

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from alanwebfoot wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

swans are a menace to native geese and wild tundra swans EXPECTING to find food and territory when they migrate the east coast and STILL game depts. are dragging their feet on open season before it's too late.

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from geauxlsu wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

All because too many people think they are just a little smarter than Mother Nature and can improve on her work. They wouldn't want me setting the penalties for their crime if I was king.

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from cdferguson wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

Lived in Texas my whole life and not once have I seen a monkey running around, but there is a first for everything.

Keep up the great work, you guys do an awesome job.

Chad Ferguson
http://www.learntocatchcatfish.com

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from X2DKkiller wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

Gayne, Here in Idaho we have a solutin to the ferral dog problem. They are called wolves and we would like to get rid of both of them. Just wondering how much did you have to drink to eat a giant rat? A friend of mine ate a rock chuck once and did'nt get of the toilet for 2 days.

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from jloutdoors wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

I didn't see, besides carp, any of the invasive species affecting the Great Lakes. Like gobies, sea lampreys, zebra mussels, rusty crayfish, goldfish and many many more invasive species. I know that all these and your species must be stopped but, more importantly we need to find the animal loving piss ants that are letting theses non-natives back into the wild.

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from MARINESNIPER44 wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

In north east Iowa we have not had a problem with feral hogs but there are plenty of dogs running around. My neighbor had five different dogs on his trail cam last summer. Cats survive because not to many preditors can climb a tree. I shot three of them this year.

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from Erable wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

Can't say anybody has much sympathy for anybody in Texas when it comes to animals.They say they are over run but still charge people to hunt them.It is obvious that they are stretching the truth a lot as they would allow anybody to hunt them if they were a actual problem.

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from X2DKkiller wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

Gayne, Here in Idaho we have a solutin to the ferral dog problem. They are called wolves and we would like to get rid of both of them. Just wondering how much did you have to drink to eat a giant rat? A friend of mine ate a rock chuck once and did'nt get of the toilet for 2 days.

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from cdferguson wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

Lived in Texas my whole life and not once have I seen a monkey running around, but there is a first for everything.

Keep up the great work, you guys do an awesome job.

Chad Ferguson
http://www.learntocatchcatfish.com

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from geauxlsu wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

All because too many people think they are just a little smarter than Mother Nature and can improve on her work. They wouldn't want me setting the penalties for their crime if I was king.

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from alanwebfoot wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

swans are a menace to native geese and wild tundra swans EXPECTING to find food and territory when they migrate the east coast and STILL game depts. are dragging their feet on open season before it's too late.

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from Horn of the Hunter wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

Gayne, you sure all you got outta eating that rat was a stomach ache?

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from noprat wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

There are snakeheads in FL! I always talk to a fishing guide/tackle shop owner in lake okeechobee. He said that 4 have been caught this year in the lake. He has caught one himself and showed me the picture.

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from QDMGuy wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

Yes, there ARE definitely snakeheads in FL! And what about feral chickens? I know they are becoming quite a bit of a problem in parts of GA and FL! Sounds like good early practice for turkey season!

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from klcmaher wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

While I wouldnt mind finding a few of the deer species wandering across our property, I am pretty sure the monkeys would get shot. We've already 'gotten rid' of several feral cats, and have chased a few 'stray' dogs off our land. We are not adverse to shooting them, especially if they are after my chickens. Coyotes are gonna be next, and my husband hunts feral hogs now. They make great pork roast!

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from benjaminwc wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

Funny that in many states where these animals are "out of control" a hunter has to pay to hunt them. Can't work with the chains on man!

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from Montanagyrene wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

As usual, Mr. Young, your post is VERY entertaining!! I hear you on the feral cats-seems like 2:00 AM is about their FAVORITE time to start fighting!! I agree COMPLETELY with you on the carp. As for the python, I think the skin makes some VERY nice cowboy boots!! Do you suppose the oryx could run the wolf packs out of ID?

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from DSMbirddog wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

This country and its residents continue to bring in things we don't need or want. The Asian carp in our major drainages may end a lot of great sportfishing. Rusty crayfish are found throughout MN. What next? Shoot them all!

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