View Full Version : A Couple interesting pics from Latest Roll
Some strange and not so strange pics...
A buck that is coming along nicely:
Beam me up Scottie!:
No idea! think maybe a deer's back or if I'm at the local bar I'll tell em it's a cougar - IN PA!:
A hunting Deer! We call em Whitetail pointers in PA:
(Edited by gizz at 9:17 am on Aug. 6, 2001)
08-02-2001, 02:48 PM
Thanks for sharing Gizz!
08-02-2001, 02:50 PM
I like that "Deer On Point".....I never noticed how deer tuck their tails till I started getting pix's
here is a twin to your "High Jumper"
08-02-2001, 04:56 PM
those are Very Good looking picture's i ll have some tomorrow i have to get them back... il post some tomorrow hopefully i have the 16 pointer i have been seeing on it Cross your fingers lol
08-02-2001, 06:18 PM
gizz thanx for sharing the pics. Is that a deer doing a handstand? ### ### ### ### ### ### ### Fubar
08-02-2001, 08:04 PM
gizz, I always enjoy your pictures...keep them coming. Tinhorn, I'm wondering how you put that date stamp on your picture? I have a few trail pics where my PF's date stamp doesn't show up.
08-02-2001, 08:05 PM
THAT BEAR LOOKS LIKE HE HAS MANGE. BEARS FUR IS SOME WHAT WATERPROOF AND WOULDN'T MAT UP LIKE THAT. DO YOU HAVE WILD HOGS ON YOUR LAND?
08-02-2001, 08:09 PM
I cropped of the date/time stamp but used the txt feature of Paint Shop Pro to type it back in. ###Mine don't show up very good either, about like Gizz's High Jumping Doe.....it's disappointing
08-03-2001, 03:18 AM
WOW nice pic's
08-03-2001, 07:53 AM
Great pics gizz.
08-03-2001, 01:33 PM
Great pics Gizz. I like the caboose in the air shots. I've been trying to get some whitetail pics on fence crossings where they leap real good. I've always been amazed at how quikly and gracefully deer can get over or under a fence. Me, I usually hang up a pant leg or shirt on the barbed wire and end up needing someone to free me if I can't get to my knife.
TDixon, the bear just looks like he's real wet, mange would look more spotty where there wasn't any hair wouldn't he?
After looking at it over and over I'm starting to think that first pic may be a Coyote. The ears should be ALL black for a bear and the hair just doesn't look right. Look at it with an open mind and then look at it again. It just doesn't look like a bear to me.
08-03-2001, 07:51 PM
Great pics like beam me up scottie
08-04-2001, 01:38 PM
You know gizz when I first saw the picture I said that didn't look like a bear's ear, but what do I know about bears. (I don't have any in my part of the woods) I am pretty positive it isn't a hog. ###Hogs have stiffer bristles that would not lay down like that and the ear does not seem to match for a hog either. ###I think you are closer with the coyote idea.
08-04-2001, 07:39 PM
Could it be a dog? ### ### ### ### ### Fubar
08-05-2001, 08:33 PM
My first impression of that pic was coyote. Never seen a bear up close though.
The pic was taken about 6 miles from the nearest house on a fairly big PA mountain top. We have no wild pigs in PA and I don't think a dog would be up there wondering but you never know. We have lots (way more than i thought) coyote's running around up there and I'm getting the "warm and fuzzy" feeling that it's a coyote.
BTW, this is on a 3000 acre hunting club I belong to. Anyone interested in a Coyote Hunt? We'd like to get rid of them and they're legal 7 days a week in PA. We could all stay at the clubhouse (has all the comforts of home). I personally have no idea how to hunt them.
Billy in VA
08-06-2001, 08:20 AM
Nice pics. I have a roll in waiting for it to come back. ###I will let you know how it does. ###Thanks for sharing, Billy
08-06-2001, 04:03 PM
WATCH OUT GIZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
IT'S A WEREWOLF
08-08-2001, 06:57 PM
I know what the first pic is. ###That ###is the LIZARD MAN that relocated from SC a few years ago. ###he hasn't been seen in quite a while here. ###Great pictures!
08-08-2001, 10:55 PM
I am new to the board, I am also from PA. ###I have hunted coyotes many times, ###I have never got one, but I have called them in. I have all the equipment we would need to call them. Summer time is a good time to call them, but their coates aren't much to speak of. I hunt just outside of Jersey Shore, that's where my father in-law lives. I also beleive your first photo is a coyote. ###I have been reading Jesse's page for several weeks now, trying to gain knowledge before attempting a camera. ###I have all of parts I need, (i am waiting for my owl pf to arrive from an E-bay auction) with a RS 49-425 sensor. I am really nervous about modifying the camera, and am still a little confused on how I want to mount my PIR inside the pelican 1120 box. ###Shoot me an e-mail about the coyote hunting...I have an electronic caller, with a ton of tapes, and I have also learned to blow the mouth calls as well. ###All of my inlaws are from the Williamsport area, so I get up thier quite often. NICE PICS by the way!!!
08-08-2001, 11:49 PM
h2obobh2o ###I just wanted to welcome you to Jesses Forum. ### ### ### ###Fubar
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