Washington we have a problem ( wolf attack )

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Tom O'Riley, Oct 10, 2011.

  1. Tom O'Riley Member

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    Try to see the whole picture here. there are now Wolves in the cascades close to were we fish so use cation that is what it has to with fishing
  2. Flyborg Active Member

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    There was a mule deer attack last week in Idaho as well. That's scary shit.
  3. mgamby Active Member

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    she sure has a nice "hero shot" for just being attacked.... she is one tough momma.

    If it was me....... I would have changed my drawers after... and I would have left, sobbing.... never stepping foot in the woods again....

    Actually, it was my dog... I low-holed her, while swinging for steel on the deschutes... she beat me up, shot my dog, and took a picture of it.
  4. Thomas Mitchell Active Member

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    Kerry, I was thinking along the same lines. Come face to face while with the competition while elk hunting, pull the piece and take him out. Then use the attack story as justification. Who knows what happened but it seems a lot more plausible than the original story.

    I wonder how many sheep/cattle ranchers will get 'attacked' and shoot wolves as the population increases.

  5. KerryS Ignored Member

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    There is griz up there also and blacks and cougs and tweakers and pot growers and people hunting with high powered rifles that should not be. The woods are a scary and dangerous place.
  6. Stonefish Triploid, Humpy & Seaplane Hater

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  7. Greg Armstrong Active Member

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    Washington; this thread is all about Hysteria...

    Please be aware that I'm not singling anyone out here, but I think somebody's Grandma read them a few too many "Grimm's Fairy Tales" when they were a kid.

    Maybe we all better start packin' wolf spray, bear spray, 44 magnum revolvers and grenades. You never know what you're gonna find out there, so best be prepared - or better yet stay indoors...
  8. JS Active Member

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    iagree

    Stay indoors or you may run into this.......

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  9. Chris Johnson Member: Native Fish Society

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    ....and according to this board, about every other guy on the river is packin...
  10. Steffan Brown ...

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    Probably a silver bullet...that's the only way that story is at all possible.
  11. PT Physhicist

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    That's the opposite of how I see it. Perception is reality.
  12. KerryS Ignored Member

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    With all that is going on out there I would be also. Instead I purchased a fishing game for my xbox..........wait, I don't own an xbox.
  13. Dustin Bise Active Member

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    here we go again....
  14. Old Man Just an Old Man

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    I didn't say what they were hunting. I just said they were hunting.
  15. bennysbuddy the sultan of swing

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    I've heard reports of cougars lurking around frat houses in the U district of seattle
  16. Blake Harmon Active Member

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    I understand what you said. But the way its worded implies that the bear attacked the man without cause, and he received a ticket for trying to defend his hunting partner, rather than for the shooting of the grizzly prior to the attack.

    just wanted to make it clear that it was the shooters own fault that the entire incident happened.
  17. Dan Nelson Hiker, Fisher, Writer, Bum

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    Shit, forget the wolves: It's antelope you have to watch out for:

  18. Greg Armstrong Active Member

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    I sense a new market developing here;
    Wolf Spray, Antelope Spray, Cougar Spray...
  19. KerryS Ignored Member

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  20. Robert Engleheart Robert

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    Go any nekked ones?