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    There is Cougar in Ontario , hunters be aware of that .......




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    just one ???

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    Anyone for a side bet on the number of pages this one might carry on for?
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    I have seen one myself about 25 years ago well on a deer drive with family members 4 men saw the cat as it passed thru the line of blockers ,was it a escaped cat most likely as I have never seen another and I know of several groups that run hounds here for coyotes and have never had a run in with a cat ,you would think that the hounds would find them if thy were in the bush ,and more guys hunting coyotes would see them ,Dutch

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfoldivandor View Post
    There is Cougar in Ontario , hunters be aware of that .......
    This is pretty vague, please tell us more
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    Quote Originally Posted by trappermatt View Post
    This is pretty vague, please tell us more
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    http://www.thesudburystar.com/2014/0...ge-of-a-cougar
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    Quote Originally Posted by dutchhunter View Post
    I have seen one myself about 25 years ago well on a deer drive with family members 4 men saw the cat as it passed thru the line of blockers ,was it a escaped cat most likely as I have never seen another and I know of several groups that run hounds here for coyotes and have never had a run in with a cat ,you would think that the hounds would find them if thy were in the bush ,and more guys hunting coyotes would see them ,Dutch
    Must have been the same one I saw around that time in Milton. I researched this a bit on the net and discovered that one animal was tracked by the Michigan DNR and was lost around the Canada/US border around that same time, it was also seen by someone else in Burns Conservation area (Campbellville), and another individual said he found a deer carcass up a tree in the Niagara area.

    22 pages sounds about right LOL
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    I have no doubt that we have cougars up here. Excellent habitat, why wouldn't they move into here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GW11 View Post
    Anyone for a side bet on the number of pages this one might carry on for?
    If it stays on topic it can go on for as long as people want to talk about it. If it is off topic or hijacked like previous threads those hijacking will be removed.

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