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    I would venture to say that 90% of you so called hard core Dutchmen Hunters & 98% of you wannabes have never seen a mt. Lion, bobcat, & least of all an Mexican Black Panther (4 legged lol). The red skins called them GHOST WALKERS. Over 40 years ago I made my dinner from a young deer yearling keeping only the back straps knowing the rest would provide nourishment for the local varmin. Within 12/15 yards away black body yellow eyes & a growl I will never forget. A Mexican black panther I did what I had to do. believe or leave. Bless your ?? Sorry this was not in the SUPES.
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    I'm on the East Coast. A mountain lion lives not all that far from here. I cut down the big trees and bushes near the house to avoid giving it a stalking area. If it's in the lawn when I get home, I tear off across the huge lawn with the car to chase it in the woods.

    I have no interest in any lost mine, anywhere, or legends thereto.
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    Are you sure its a Mt. lion & not a hybrid house cat just asking BLESS

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    Chased it across the yard with my Impala. Was only 75-100' away. Big tan sucker, LONG tail, three-four times as big as a bobcat, maybe a little larger. It was stalking 5 deer who had run to my house for protection - like I'm going to let them in - not! We have bobcats here too. I had to take the bird feeder down. The bobcat was using it as a snack dispenser. Those things move like greased lightning. I have seen the mountain lion more than once, as has a friend of mine. It's tracks are HUGE. I have a Maine Coon cat that's 28 pounds. He is tiny compared to this critter.
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    wow good old moon shine amazing . bless

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    Well, I haven't seen any Mountain Lions up here in the Pennsylvania Wilds, but some say that they have been spotted. The Pennsylvania Wildlife & Game Commission says that there are no Mountain Lions in Pennsylvania but then goes on to say that there is a $9,000.00 fine for killing one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ink View Post
    I would venture to say that 90% of you so called hard core Dutchmen Hunters & 98% of you wannabes have never seen a mt. Lion, bobcat, & least of all an Mexican Black Panther (4 legged lol). The red skins called them GHOST WALKERS. Over 40 years ago I made my dinner from a young deer yearling keeping only the back straps knowing the rest would provide nourishment for the local varmin. Within 12/15 yards away black body yellow eyes & a growl I will never forget. A Mexican black panther I did what I had to do. believe or leave. Bless your ?? Sorry this was not in the SUPES.
    Sounds like a Ferry Tale ...does mommy know your on the computer sonny ?
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    I`v been detecting for 49 years owned my own detector shop G.A.P. Metal Detectors here in N.Y.
    See my old adds in Western & Eastern Treasures and Lost Treasure Magazines through the 90s
    I hunt the Sullivan Trail here in N.Y.
    "Success is just Rented, Never Owned and the Rent is due Daily"
    "Its the Golden Rule who ever has the Gold Rules"
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    Quote Originally Posted by against the wind View Post
    Well, I haven't seen any Mountain Lions up here in the Pennsylvania Wilds, but some say that they have been spotted. The Pennsylvania Wildlife & Game Commission says that there are no Mountain Lions in Pennsylvania but then goes on to say that there is a $9,000.00 fine for killing one.
    most of the sighting of the ones in pa or ny areas are just mountain lions passing through looking for new territory.

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    We have then around here for years now red wolf too, a couple of farmers see them...have paw prints in my creek.
    Last edited by G.A.P.metal; Apr 12, 2018 at 01:08 PM.
    I`v been detecting for 49 years owned my own detector shop G.A.P. Metal Detectors here in N.Y.
    See my old adds in Western & Eastern Treasures and Lost Treasure Magazines through the 90s
    I hunt the Sullivan Trail here in N.Y.
    "Success is just Rented, Never Owned and the Rent is due Daily"
    "Its the Golden Rule who ever has the Gold Rules"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqdSl2jFjlE

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    Wild animals are adapting more and more with life close to man.
    I live barely outside Baltimore City, and we often see deer on the fields of the local high school and golf course. We had a deer killed at a major intersection where the vultures gathered while traffic slowed and gawked. We have a hawk that settles on the power wires at the far end of our property at dusk to hunt rodents.
    I see more wildlife now then when I was younger and living in a more rural area.

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    He didn't see me first.Click image for larger version. 

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    And he seen me to lateClick image for larger version. 

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