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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-15-2011, 12:19 AM Thread Starter
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frosty rump

didn't want to high jack the other post.......
frosty rumps are common here too.


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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-15-2011, 12:21 AM
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Re: frosty rump

nice picture bobcat, good job
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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-15-2011, 12:30 AM Thread Starter
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Re: frosty rump

thanks. wish we had more of them here. what you had laying on the steps is what i get in a season.

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Re: frosty rump

Looking back through my pictures I have a few that are frosted, but nothing that gets bleached out quite like that.
Here is about as light as I see them:


Most of them are more colored like this:


You look at some of those Vermont or Alaska reds and they about bring a tear to your eye.


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Re: frosty rump

I've been catching more and more cherry red types the last few years. Must be some illegal live market going on with reds from prettier regions LOL. Either that Bob Wendt's saturation has finally reached it's zenith in the breeding program LOL. He told me he used to sell live market in SE PA, way way back (he's almost as old as Oldmink you know). He saw some pics of a few really nice foxes I'd caught- good color, thick fur, and nice white tail tips, and told me they must be descendants of his live market foxes LOL. I recall one of them, it did have thicker fur than the usual for around here and a really nice tail. When Bob saw the pic of it he said it looked like one of his good color type WY foxes from back in the day. I still keep in touch with Bob. He hangs out at taxinet selling his no smell skunks, coyotes, and misc.
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