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Old 10-07-2012, 04:20 PM
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We've had 'em in our area for years, despite DOW saying they aren't here.

They follow the food (deer mostly) and where the deer are, you're normally gonna find 'em wandering around.
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Originally Posted by Icesplitter View Post
No mountain lions here . Just coyotes within 10 miles of Minneapolis. And not strays. I saw 2 together in a pack. Good doggies, eat those cats
sorry to burst your bubble, but the dnr has a pic of one in a twin cities suburb. was all over the news a year or so ago.
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I've seen only one here, in 20 years of working nights, driving the back road home at 3 am. It just sat there, then slowly walked away. The city ghetto thugs are terrified of this area because of them. We send out the message they eat people. Oh yeah, like the Mexican cartel pot growers here who'll put you through the chipper if you raid their plants.. . Up in Trinity co. I was panning by a river about dark, got up and walked off a few minutes to pee. When I came back there were fresh tracks in the mud, slowly filling with water. I never saw him, but I know he saw me. Guess they don't eat old stringy guys...
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common around here, they try and get pets out of backyards sometimes

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Not really a problem, that happened pretty close to my Mom's house though.
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buckshot, deer problems, mountain lion

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