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Bullfrog season is in full swing

Discussion in 'Hunting & Fishing' started by dennishoddy, May 14, 2018.

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    Problem I've noticed with having big lily pads is WATER MOCCASINS!!! Over the years, I have seen a lot of bull frogs dissappear in the mouth of a big ole nasty moccasin!
     
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    Shoot, down here in the SW part of this Great State, water = water Moccs. Little bastages are everywhere.
     
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    Ain't that the truth!
     
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    No water moccs in Grant County.
    In fact, there is zero poisonous snakes in Grant county. No pigs either.
    last county to have a pig population, but the sounder was trapped and none since.
     
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    Really, how do you justify that little shot pistol ya got??? lol
    Pigs are a blast, snakes suck, ran 2 moccs off the back porch in the last week, well 1 off the porch and 1 out the pool. Did you know that a .44 Mag shotshell will not reach the deep end of my pool????
     
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    That Taurus works for me,
    but not for the pig.
    We just don't have them in Grant County. Our terrain is not in their habitat requirements. Think dry.

    All that being said, I live in Osage County. Farms in Grant and Kay.
     
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    I live on the Stephens/Cotton/Comanche County line, got more pigs than you could desire to shoot, Waurika (about 16 miles down the road) is infested with 'em as well. Farm has East Cache Creek running through it, pigs run that creek like Interstate 35. Indian land to the north and the south, so we cannot hunt them there, so we wait, we bait, we trap, we stalk, we hold pig seances, you name it. Just when ya think the little bastrds ain't gonna show, they come trucking through in a darn near single file line, kinda like that game at the fair where you shoot the little metal rams in a row with a cork gun..... Fun times I tell ya.
     
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