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    Really crazy,
    A few years back I hunted one of the CA "D" zones right up at the Oregon Border.
    Saw four does in 7 days. Saw maybe a thousand cat tracks and least 10 sets of eyes after dark that were obviously cats.
    Made a move and saw some bucks that were pushed right down into a campground.
    Checked the area only a few hundred yards away from the CG and it was littered with cat tracks.
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    I think Colorado Cowboy and I could hang out,,, I like his thought process

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger11 View Post
    I think Colorado Cowboy and I could hang out,,, I like his thought process
    I remember when I grew up in California when they were classed as vermin/predators and it was shoot on sight, then the tree huggers started to take over.
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    I'd say you have a serious cat problem !!!! Not surprised you don't have any night pics of deer in that area due to the high cat population. Last summer I looked through hundreds of trail cam pics of deer and other critters including a few cats, out of all the pics there were only THREE of deer after dark. If your not getting many/any night pics of deer it's a good indication of a healthy cat population for sure.

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    They only eat the sick and weak deer in the area, otherwise they just eat mice, sparrows and graze on grasses; we all know that. Look how majestic.
    Man this place is a joke

 

 

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