Huge Bobcat harvested In Wisconsin
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    Huge Bobcat harvested In Wisconsin

    Here is a picture & story from the Antigo Daily newspaper of a record bobcat. For those that don't want to see a dead animal, don't click the link!

    http://www.antigodailyjournal.com/full.php?id=7762

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    Re: Huge Bobcat harvested In Wisconsin

    Cool story, thanks for posting.
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    Re: Huge Bobcat harvested In Wisconsin

    The wife pointed one out to me wandering around our parking lot.
    I would never think to shoot one; they have the same right to live here in peace as I do.

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    Re: Huge Bobcat harvested In Wisconsin

    I agree with you, Bumpstick. I hunt, but if I'm not going to eat it, I'm not going to kill it.

    I live just south of you; did you see that bobcat in Delafield?

    Relic

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    Re: Huge Bobcat harvested In Wisconsin

    Quote Originally Posted by Bumpstick
    The wife pointed one out to me wandering around our parking lot.
    I would never think to shoot one; they have the same right to live here in peace as I do.
    Geez!
    Ticks, mosquitoes, rats, and athlete's foot all should have the same right to life as you too. I am so sick of political correctness. Don't forget about that night crawler you accidentally cut in half while digging something up while MDing. Or is it just the animals YOU find pleasing that have the rights you seem to want to bestow upon them.

    As far as not killing it if you aren't going to eat it, that argument is completely meaningless unless you use EVERY part of each animal you kill. A muskrat trapper doesn't say, "I would never kill a deer if I weren't going to use the hide", a fisherman doesn't say,"I would never kill a squirrel if I wasn't going to put it on a fish hook for bait." The point is, there are many uses for animals that are killed. No one condones killing animals for sport and letting them lay, but uses for the animals can range from decorations to food to clothing or even as bait for other animals. Sometimes killed animals are nothing more than fertilizer. Don't judge someone elses use of an animal carcass, it is probably just as legitimate as your use of an animal, or your use of what used to be their habitat.
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    Re: Huge Bobcat harvested In Wisconsin

    wow lots of vegans on here
    All animals are equal, but some are more equal then others. -George Orwell

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    Re: Huge Bobcat harvested In Wisconsin

    Quote Originally Posted by EggyOG
    Quote Originally Posted by Bumpstick
    The wife pointed one out to me wandering around our parking lot.
    I would never think to shoot one; they have the same right to live here in peace as I do.
    Geez!
    Ticks, mosquitoes, rats, and athlete's foot all should have the same right to life as you too. I am so sick of political correctness. Don't forget about that night crawler you accidentally cut in half while digging something up while MDing. Or is it just the animals YOU find pleasing that have the rights you seem to want to bestow upon them.

    As far as not killing it if you aren't going to eat it, that argument is completely meaningless unless you use EVERY part of each animal you kill. A muskrat trapper doesn't say, "I would never kill a deer if I weren't going to use the hide", a fisherman doesn't say,"I would never kill a squirrel if I wasn't going to put it on a fish hook for bait." The point is, there are many uses for animals that are killed. No one condones killing animals for sport and letting them lay, but uses for the animals can range from decorations to food to clothing or even as bait for other animals. Sometimes killed animals are nothing more than fertilizer. Don't judge someone elses use of an animal carcass, it is probably just as legitimate as your use of an animal, or your use of what used to be their habitat.
    You are right to a point.
    I have done my share of hunting and fishing in my life time but certain critters I give a pass to.
    There was a pair of albino dear living in peace down the road in Dousman and a happy camper bagged him this season. I gave them a pass.
    Then there is the bozo's that run down the dear and geese with there snow sleds. I don't quite under stand that
    I have a cousin that goes on safari all over the world and bags the big game. He has them stuffed and there every where in his house.
    I say each to there own; whatever trips your trigger.

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    Re: Huge Bobcat harvested In Wisconsin

    I guess I better think twice before letting my wife's Chiwawa out at night unescorted!. Then agan that dog hates me!
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    Re: Huge Bobcat harvested In Wisconsin

    Quote Originally Posted by EggyOG
    I am so sick of political correctness.
    I don't think it's "political correctness", as much as just stating an opinion.
    For me it's also recognizing or knowing there needs to be a balance.
    Humans are the only species that don't live in this balance.
    They have this need to push everything out, spread out and over everything...ah, but that's just my opinion.
    Humans are the only species that kill for sport and emotion.

    Eating, survival, protection, defense, these things make sense. Simply hanging "your trophy" on a wall, doesn't to me.

 

 

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