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1st dp'd coon

Not a big one and by far not best of color

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Good Job. Your muskrat numbers are really good.

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Good job!

I always like see pics of coons caught in those traps, They always have that caught with hand in cookie jar look.

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Re: 1st dp'd coon

It looks pee burnt and rubbed is it ????
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Re: 1st dp'd coon

Thanks guys He's not rubbed I don't know what you mean by pee burnt? I know he keep peeing all over the place when
I walked up to him .I always thought that color was from being a barn coon or a borrow coon

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In the cold weather they hole up and pee themselves and lay in and it gives them that yellowish tint or color , also it makes them itchy and they rub the areas that were saturated with urine and the hair comes off !!!
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Re: 1st dp'd coon

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In the cold weather they hole up and pee themselves and lay in and it gives them that yellowish tint or color
Personally, I'll never believe that unless I see actual proof from a study. I think its just in the genetics of some coons in our region. Some of the best coons I've caught (silver/black) have been very late in the season, and some of the worst yellow/brown ones I've caught during the first week or two of the season.
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