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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowwalker View Post
    Ground up baby bait fish, seaweed and dried algae!
    Enjoy...
    Maybe toss in a few hermit crabs?
    Gotta be cheaper than the crabs we get in the grocery store.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waftrudnir View Post
    remember when they fined a bakery in Protland who didn't want to do a cake for a gay wedding 140k? that would pay for a lot of quality meat
    go, file a complaint with the ontario human rights commission - hahaha just kidding
    He would probably be labelled a (insert politically correct term) if he did that.
    Look at him picking on a poor shop keeper.
    As for the fine re the gay couple.
    Good for them!
    There's nothing sinister or wrong with being gay....unlike other "groups" of people.
    That's one good thing about Canada, gays have the same rights as the rest of us.
    Finally.
    Not so in other parts of the world.
    Last edited by Noseyarentcha; December 7th, 2016 at 03:43 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waftrudnir View Post
    remember when they fined a bakery in Protland who didn't want to do a cake for a gay wedding 140k? that would pay for a lot of quality meat
    go, file a complaint with the ontario human rights commission - hahaha just kidding
    I could win the case but then they would put a Farquhar on my head.
    Take the warning labels off. Darwin will solve the problem.

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    this thread is really side tracked...............stay on focus,,,,,,,,,,,,,,big bad yote???????? have fun guys and gals
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    Quote Originally Posted by COYHUNTER View Post
    this thread is really side tracked...............stay on focus,,,,,,,,,,,,,,big bad yote???????? have fun guys and gals
    Hard to sidetrack a thread with no track.
    "What calm deer hunter's heart has not skipped a beat when the stillness of a cold November morning is broken by the echoes of hounds tonguing yonder?"

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    Except most in Toronto don't know they kill animals to make meat.

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    Guess you have not been to a food store in the city for a long while. The meat section is much bigger than the produce section. LOL.
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    Hi im from st.catharines we do have a lot of coyotes in the city but mainly because we are surrounded by farm land and city land, we have a lot of conservation areas where they can live comfortably. All of Niagara is overpopulated hence why we have an open all year season , unfortunately not a lot of people hunt them in this area , mainly lack of permission to hunt around here.

    rem

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    around cities they have not been hunted for a long time, and they adapted very well.
    yesterday around 7pm, I saw one standing on the side walk waiting for a gap in traffic so he can cross the road - safely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rem1100 View Post
    Hi im from st.catharines we do have a lot of coyotes in the city but mainly because we are surrounded by farm land and city land, we have a lot of conservation areas where they can live comfortably. All of Niagara is overpopulated hence why we have an open all year season , unfortunately not a lot of people hunt them in this area , mainly lack of permission to hunt around here.

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    There's several groups, including Coyhunter's, who I believe do pretty well on coyotes in those portions of Niagara that are more conducive to hunting them. But small parcel sizes, municipal firearms restrictions and the local Coyote Watch extremist have all unfortunately contributed to creating a bit of a sanctuary around St. Catharines.
    "What calm deer hunter's heart has not skipped a beat when the stillness of a cold November morning is broken by the echoes of hounds tonguing yonder?"

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