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    Default I hate porcupines

    Took the wife and dog for a walk out back to our hunting grounds. Apparently the porcupines are on the hit list, nasty buggers visited my ground blind in the last couple weeks. Real piss off indeed
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    They are on my hate list as well, I have built several permanent closed in elevated deer stands over the last 20 years and seems like about every 2 years a porky decides to eat a hole through the plywood and take up residence in one of them leaving piles of crap and stinking piss and quills all over. Needless to say what their fate is when I meet up with one.
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    I seen some cottages covered the outside with aluminium sheet 4ft high.






    Quote Originally Posted by canadaman30 View Post
    Took the wife and dog for a walk out back to our hunting grounds. Apparently the porcupines are on the hit list, nasty buggers visited my ground blind in the last couple weeks. Real piss off indeed
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    plywood is like candy to a Porkie,

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    The price of plywood makes ammunition seem cheap!

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    When I worked in the woods in NS, we were under instructions to kill every porky we saw. But now a day's I will give them a pass and less I see a lot of fresh damage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alfoldivandor View Post
    I seen some cottages covered the outside with aluminium sheet 4ft high.
    Any future blinds will be metal sided..our wood one's now have chicken wire wrapped around the bottom...

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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    When I worked in the woods in NS, we were under instructions to kill every porky we saw. But now a day's I will give them a pass and less I see a lot of fresh damage.
    I've had the pleasure of a whopping vet bill after two of our dogs tangled with a porcupine. They are under an immediate death sentence at our place. Treed one in our bush lot this week. Buh-bye.

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    Where I set up my Pop-up it's infested with porcs....I learned long ago to just leave the door open...

    A few times I've gone out, stick my head in the door and the bugger is sitting in my chair.

    Their 'stink' is a great cover scent and I don't mind the smell of it.
    Arte et marte (By Skill and by Fighting)...The RCEME motto

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    I had one years ago take up residence in the hunt camp outhouse while away for a period of time.
    What a stinking mess it made. Ended up condemning it and building a new one.

    I also had a German short hair pointer who tangled with one once as well. Mouthful of quills / fistful of vet dollars.
    Skunks and porkies are simply not fun to have around.

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