ShooterJohn

Stinking Trail Cam Pics...

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Well I tried out my NEW Moultrie camera last night and surprise it worked and I guess I haven't got all of the skunks out my yard yet. :) Here's the little devilpost-3-1217438047_thumb.jpg :yikes[1]: The working end aimed at the camera.post-3-1217438089_thumb.jpgA passing shot. He'll be history by weeks end.post-3-1217438130_thumb.jpg

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Can you mount the gun to that also?

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Nice skunk you got there SJ is he a pet. I bet he will keep all the vermin down. I noticed a few people with game cams someone should make a thread for them and then have a contest the best game cam pic, just a thought .

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Now that's would be a great idea. Just aim them toward my neighbors house at about a 45 degree angle and let fly.I'm thinking that one of those squirrel catapults with the surgical tubing would work too. Nothing like a flying stink bomb. :)

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Glad to see your new cam got some pictures the first night out. I think the second picture is a personal challenge to you, John. He's letting you know what he's got for you.

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Can you rig the skunk up with the rubber band used to casterate hogs on his "stink sack" just before you launch. That way you can send a yellow cloud across the sky just prior to landing. :)

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need some Claymores.
LOL I LOVE THIS IDEA! Find a way to make it happen and lets see some carne esada!

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Well sheesh John dont you have chickens?? Skunks LOOOVVE chickens and eggs... Im thinking the slingshot method would be just toooo freaking funny

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I can just see John out there with his tubing and trying to setup the "trap". He'd have to get his wife to do it because he'd be laughing to hard to be able to get it assembled.

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Never got a chance to try the catapult. I saw the flash go off about 11:00 PM and sent the little guy to meet his maker. Then had to spend about an hour de-stinking the place with vinegar. :)

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ROFLMAO Now your place smells like you been making easter eggs :) Oh well beats the skunk aroma..

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Never got a chance to try the catapult. I saw the flash go off about 11:00 PM and sent the little guy to meet his maker. Then had to spend about an hour de-stinking the place with vinegar. :signs165xk:
:):smiley_kewlpics::roflmao3[1]:

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It's beginning to look like a heart/lung shot is the way to go on skunks. Head shots produce unwanted results. :popcorn:

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Thanks - my dog cornned what she thought was a cat, but it had a white stripe down its back, I have never laughed so hard until we had to de-skunk her.(She's a 75 lb Shepard) Now that was some fun, I think I used an industrial gas mask, tomato juce, garden hose, and a gallon of perfume, finally we had to have her "Dipped" whatever that is to get rid of the smell. A 22 to the heart and lungs I will keep that in mind.Thanks againJim

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Jim if she ever catches another striped cat mix a pint of hydrogen peroxide with a 1/4 cup of baking soda and a teaspoon of liquid dish washing soap. It kills the smell immediately. Just rinse her good after the cleaning. :aggressive:

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