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Pregnant Bear? Close Call with Deer Calls

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Here's my results from last weekend and some rules on primative weapons which many hunters I chatted with didn't know. I eager to see what kind of thumpin my new gun with these big bullets will due on some animals latter this year. Also, I got pics of this bear and never seen one so plump. I know they have cubs in early winter and wonderig if this bear is pregnant. I hope so. The picture that shows how long this massive snake was is in the article.

http://www.louisianasportsman.com/details.php?id=4436
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speckled king snake
Dude thats a speckled king snake, they eat other snakes poisonus and non poisonus. Dont kill them they are completely harmless man and help with the bad snakes.
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I never kill them
Yeah, I don't kill the snakes, even the poisonous ones. I just stay out of there way except for the one rattler I ate this year. I used to catch snakes for a living. The speckled kings are the coolest and very friendly to handle. I held that one for a hour while hunting before letting him go. There are very few animals out there I don't try making friends with.
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friends
make friends with the animals, that's what i am talking about, sounds like Orion goes to church of the Nuge, make friends with the deer and hogs right before your arrow finds its mark in the boiler maker, Ted would be proud of you Orion, you are definitely the most qualified person on here for Ted Nugent to call a 'BLOOD BROTHER', you sure spend a lot of time in the woods, wish i could spend half the time in the woods as you

and that is a pretty snake, and huge, i too have never seen one that long
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Ted is the man
Ted is one of my favorite hunters for sure. Yeah, instead of watching nature shows on TV which I do like, I much rather go out there and experience it myself. More fun except when you get bit, lol. Actually switched majors in college once I got hooked on deer hunting just so I would have a job that let me make my own schedule to hunt more often. At first I was in coaching/teaching because having summers off would have been great for fishing, but after killing a deer with a bow, fishing became trumped for good.
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