I like fences

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Brett, Jun 26, 2012.

  1. Brett

    Brett > PRO STAFF <

    Snapped this evening while walking the hounds.
    Isn't it a cute little gator? Looked like it,
    right up until it crawled ashore to grab a turtle.

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    There's a reason to have 5 foot tall fences, when you have dogs
    and live on a freshwater canal in Florida. Important to keep the pups safe.


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    Especially when you realize the turtle it's munching on is about 14 inches long... :eek:

    Where's Troy when you need him?  Choot 'em Clint! Choot 'em!  ;D

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    Thats'a big lizard.   :D
     
  2. cutrunner

    cutrunner Cert. Yamaha technician

    Its a tree shaka fo sure
     

  3. anytide

    anytide Administrator Staff Member

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    chase him off with those nipper dogs mr. D
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  4. Brett

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    That lizard would turn my 2 Walkers into a couple of light snacks.
    They're fine for squirrels, armadillos, raccons and possums, but "swamp-a-saurus"
    would be a bit more than they can deal with. I do like my Walker hounds as is.

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  5. anytide

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    well you always got bait if you change your mind, ol rex would enjoy them if they were stuffed with squirrels :-?

    -if you put a spinner bait collar on em that would be coool..
      J/K  Mr. D

    -nice snacks i mean dogs...

      -a
     
  6. Un-shore

    Un-shore Well-Known Member

    Depending on the gator and the fence, they can climb over it. :eek:
     
  7. Frank_Sebastian

    Frank_Sebastian Well-Known Member

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    You are right about the gators climbing over the fence. Always check the yard before releasing the dogs.

    We drained an impoundment at the Loxahatchee Wildlife Refuge and removed all gators. A 6' high fence had been built around it and it was for an apple snail research project. While patrolling one night we saw a gator climb the fence. We didn't interfere as it was important to see if he could do it. He made it. The next night we removed him with the aid of the spot light and a .223 Remington. We had enough time and money tied up so to ensure the accuracy of the experiment, we pumped it down again and added angled wire to the top.

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  8. disporks

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    Very nice dogs! Very dangerous gator! lol I'd definitely be checking the yard.
     
  9. tom_in_orl

    tom_in_orl Founder of Microskiff, Member of the Gheenoe Army

    ;D
     
  10. GoldSpoon

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    Jr could pull that little sissy in with a treble hook
     
  11. anytide

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    he might need some drag.
     
  12. ronnielay

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    List of Items to Get:
    Grouper Setup
    80 pound Mono
    Heavy gauge wire (Leader)
    Big Treble Hook
    Red/White Cork (Fits the over the body of the treble hook)

    You should be able to figure it out now!!!! ;D
     
  13. Swamp

    Swamp I Love microskiff.com!

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    Just make sure you use the right bait! http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=431_1232680237 :eek:
     
  14. Brett

    Brett > PRO STAFF <

    Way too complicated guys.... ;D

    There are always simpler solutions, if truly needed. :cool:

    How'd ma bell use-ta put it? Reach out and touch someone. ;)

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