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Originally posted by Sheriff Andy
several years ago (maybe 20) my dad's ol dogs treed in a big ol white oak tree in dead of winter. we found eyes in the highest fork and shot it. it wedged in the fork as we've all had happened. well he shot a whole box of 22 shells at it but it was wedged good. came back next day with a 12 gauge and in the day light could see it was coal black. instantly we thought he'd shot a bear cub. well 2 blast from his trusty 12 gauge brought it down. it wasn't a bear. we don't know what kinda cat it was but it was a feline. it was coal black and slick as a hounds coat, except for it's tail. had a bushy tail, was about 35 lbs., and had teeth visibly pertruding from it's mouth. like vampire teeth. we were hunting national forest land in ellijay, GA.



Well isn't that great!. I live about 30 miles west of Ellijay,Ga

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Kyle W. Graf
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One time I was coming home from a night hunt about 3:00am. I saw brilliant lights flashing in the trees to the left side of the road. As I passed an opening I looked in and saw a large object with brilliant peircing light flashing all around it like lightning. By the time I came to a stop I was well past it so I threw my truck in reverse and stomped on it. I wanted to get back and see this thing before it was gone. When I got back by it I stopped and stared. It took a few seconds to focus and realize what I was looking at. It was a logging skider and someone was out at 3:00am welding it so it would be ready to go at day break.


One morning a freind and his son and myself were out bear hunting in the summer training season. The fog was so thick it was like pea soup. My dog struck a track and we stopped to look for the track. We looked down the road and saw a dark figure that was close to seven feet tall. It was lumbering down the road towards us. We were straining our eyes trying to figure out what it was and it just kept walking closer. Finally it got close enough that we could see it was a lost horse walking toward us.


These two stories were good for a little adreniline rush and then reality set in.
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about 20 years ago one of my best friends was fishingin a 30 acre lake about 1 mile from my house in Widener Arkansas. (Kiethly Lake) This like was a beutiful secluded little lake surrounded by cypress trees. He was in a little bass tracker boat and was casting towards this little stump in the lake. As he worked his way to it he cast his lure right beside it and the stump opened its eyes!! Well my buddy pretended not to notice and started fishing his way back to the boat ramp and came to my house and called the Sherrif. The stump was still there when sherriff arrived and was an escaped convict!!

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Was hunting with a friend named Shane Taylor in Arkansas when we were about 17. We were hunting on Crowley's Ridge at one of our regular spots. We pulled through a Metal gate and stopped to close the gate behind us. Shane left the truck running and the headlights on. He shut the gate and got in the back of the truck on his tool box and was putting his boots on. While he was doing this I see something coming toward us on the dirt road. From far off it liked like a black dog but as it got closer you could plainly see it was no dog! It was a Black Panther! I started hollering for Shane to get in the truck and about that time he slid in through the sliding back glass! The cat loped right by the truck and jumped the metal gate and we sat there not knowing what to do! After about 30 minutes we got up enough nerve to open the gate back up and drive about two miles up the road to Shane's girlfriends house and borrowed a 30-30 from her dad and went back there to turn the dogs loose. We never got out of the truck!lol WE were back in there hunting 3 nights later though!

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John Carroll
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I used to hunt a spot back in Oklahoma we called the old Doggett place. It was at the end of a dead end lane, and some people named Doggett used to live there, hence the name.

One summer an old lady who used to be my mother's teacher in elementary school came up missing. I knew her well, as she used to come and eat dinner at my Granny's house from time to time.

Anyway, after almost two months, they found her in her car, murdered. The car had been driven off in a steep holler right down there where I hunted. I had probably walked within 50 or 100 yards of her numerous times. But that is a reall thick, wolly, brushy holler, and you would have to be right up on a car like that before you would see it.

I don't know if that qualifies as a strange encounter, but it almost was.

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The other night a friend and I were hunting, the dogs got deep and treed, we were walking to them and saw some lights heading in their direction but didnt think much of it. Then pow we heard a shot and the dogs quit and we could hardly track them. I said they shot the coon and stole our dogs. In a few minutes i could track them and they were deeper and treed again. We walked and Walked then came to a mountain, the dogs were treed on top. We climbed to the top but then there was a bluff 15 to 50 feet tall. We found a tree fell over and my friend climbed it to get up the bluff to the dogs. When he got there the dogs were treed on a tree and the dead coon was hanging 10 feet up the tree. I guess whoever it was just did it for meaness.

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Joe Moore
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Justthought I'd bring this old thread to the top. Please share some mere storys.

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I guess I will destroy any credability I once had but, One night while hunting by myself in East Texas, I turned in an old road in a very remote area that I hunted alot only to see a full grown monkey sittng in the middle of the road.

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Libby
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uhmmm, David Morgan, there has to be more to that story...what did you do!? What did it do?

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I went hunting one night by myself when I lived in Texas. My female treed and I went to the tree, shined it, and found the what looked like the ringed tail of a coon hanging out over the fork of the tree. I then went to the other side of the tree to get a better look and there was a cat looking down at me. I then went back around the tree to get a better look at this coon tail I had seen and sure enough it was definitely a coons tail so back around the tree I went to look again at it's face and sure enough it was a cats face looking at me so me being from Ohio and never seeing such a critter before I decided to just leave it alone and get my dog and get the heck away from whatever this cross breed was that my dog had treed. Later after talking to some locals I found out it was a Ringtailed Cat and such a thing did exist but it sure was strange looking.

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Actually, as I got close the monkey jumped straight up in the air and ran off. I considered turning loose on it but did not want my dogs trashing on monkeys.

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joey samuels
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hey

(True Story) i live in n-e pa,there was a man who had a hit list it included his family and ppl from his church including his paster,he served his time but then he was on house arest like where u can only go to work.well that day my school went on lock down because they though he ight try to get his kids so there mom came n got them with popo's escort and well ny way we no the family olviares,n a mom with 3 kids.so i didnt think nutin of it,later that night i went hunting bout 4 miles from my house no gun n two dogs,i have to walk to where i hunt. i was gettin scared,i am 15 this was during last kill season but no gun my rents wouldnt let me,so i'm walkin on this dirt road n i am on the phone with my gf n i keep gettin like shivers n i told her about it n she reminded me about that,started runin went round a turn laid down in the grass,(it was high along the sides of the road) i am still on the phone(was a full moon) i could here it like 30 yards off, turned on my 21 volt light see a guy n a blue sweater n shorts) scared shatless.start runnin,i run track,play football n wresal,stil scared crapless,still talking to mmy gf she says to call the cops,i never new what this guys looked like but his wife works for us at our restaurnt,finaly after runnin prob half a mile hung up with her n called my parents....they said to stop imaging things n to not call again unless i was introuble.needless to say they caaught him on the state game land roads,he had a flat tire. ya i got a ride home,treed one coon.was a good night.got one more story about the frist time i ever went huinting

ME n 2 of my friends went out all scared of the dark 1 lantern n one flashlight,this boys are are green as me and this was when i was 13 we went down planed to jus keep the doh on the leash hehehe so i kinda fell in the creek n she got away...needless to say my loyal friends stayed by the creek as she hit a track n went up the hill(i was never here b- n already scared)well it flatens out n feilds of corn start n there is tracker trails so she is walking along the side of it n i am beinhd her.(still extremly petrafied)wishing i would of gone hunt she grows n barks puts her head to the ground coon i think it had kits the mom or dad got no clue went at her,i was between stuck out my sneaker n kicked it
(i though i had radies when i got home from jus touching it lol a whole nother story) i leashed chyenne and halled butdown the hill (you no when u run down hill u tend to go fater then u want there was a log hourse almost like a summer house ran into it,fell down,when i got my wind bck i sat up saw a spitter can two shovels n a few other things on the porch i though who ever was in there was gonna kill me(i never went in the woods pretty much be-4 this and though if u lived in the country u where a drunk hillbilly gonna hurt me if u messed wit um.grew up with no hunting n in town same as my friends.i got up n started screamin for them while i was runnin extremly scared finally i get down to the creek their trying to make a camp fire,all i said was to hal a$$ an run.i had a bloody nose from running into the wall n they where like what hapened,while panting and i quote(coon tryed to kill shyshy,they where gonna kill me,run.lol needless to say they ran with me,about 5 mins later we r on the roade n on our way home.r aobut to go up the trail by my house,here that house i ran into though i was trying to brake in,3 cop cars n the ppl.....they never cald my rents....thank god,

chyanne sadly was kill sevral months later.darren an lisa reichrit from wesconsin gave them to start.i loved umm i still got topper.jus a thxs to them to make these storys posabul.

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Lowell Lynn
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I was hunting on Big Blue River with a friend in Edinburg Indiana when I suddenly got deathly ill.I broke out in a cold sweat,my teeth were chattering,I became very dizzy.I set down for a min. to get my bearings.Suddenly I fell over backwards and he was shaking me to see if I was Ok.It eased up a little and we went on to the dogs.After we got the dogs and headed for the truck,This spell hit me again.This time I vomited and filled by britches.I stripped down and washed in the river.We were on 65 south when it hit me again.He pulled me into a truck stop and I just made it to the mens room.I finally made it home.I showered and went to bed.I tossed and turned all night.I got up for work the next morning and was driving when it hit me again.I decided to goto the Hospital.I made it to the emergancy at St. Francis Hospital in Beechgrove indiana.I remember walking through the doors and thats all.I woke up in a Hospital bed,they were getting me ready for surgery.My appendix had completely bursted and my system was full of poison.I will never forget that hunt.I really thought I might die.

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mudcreek
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These are some darn funny stories

I had never read this post before, I have been laughing out loud and everybody wonders what's to funny.

I can add these, was I was hunting alone one night in the winter, I had turned 2 dogs loose in a small patch of timber in a pasture along a creek. Hunted here all my life dogs would hunt down the creek then cross it and hunt out the timber. If they didn't hit anything they would usually come back across. Well I am leaned up next to a tree and hear one of them coming. I step up to where I think it will be coming and flip my light on to see which dog it is and there right in front of me it a coyote. I don't know which one of us was startled the most I jumped back and it took off like it's hair was on fire.

I would say the worst was when I had just moved to Little Rock and found a guy to hunt with, he took me to this place east of LR that was some timber and a swamp. We turned the dogs loose and the first thing he said to me was do you have your "stick", I said what "stick". He said your snake stick, I asked what do I need that for his reply "water moccasins". I was about done in right there. But dogs got a track going thru the swamp and we had to wade out a ways. We are standing there side by side, with a big tree that had fell over, in front of us. About that time we here this wild sounding hiss right behind us. Well we both jumped straight up on that log. Looked at each other and asked together "What the hell was that!" Someone had told him they turned some gators loose in there to cut down on the beavers, even though I don't think they could live that far north in the winter. I still don't know to this day but we had alot of laughs over it later on. I am just glad to be hunting higher ground again these days.

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Saw a coon once. Dang, I wish I had that dog back!


lol well get a english then

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While hunting a big creek my hunting buddy and I were walking down the bank. Listening for the hounds when all a sudden something splashed very hard right next to my buddy! He's kinda spooky anyway. He ran up the steep bank so hard and sliding all the way yelling what is it what is it! I was laughing so darn hard I couldn't answer him at all. Needless to say it was only a beaver. But I will say it was a thrill too.

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out hunting deer one night (illegaly) here in NC i hear something and stop and listen not far from me i hear a ooooohhhwww and a screm the hair stands up on my neck then crash bang something boltes through the woods
and so do I get to my truck and go home the next day at daylight i go back to see if i could find the tracks of whatever it was and what do i find .............a blanket ,and a womans panties and brazer and a used proflactic .....boy i felt dumb ran off by some dude to cheap for a room and a woman even cheeper

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out hunting deer one night (illegaly) here in NC i hear something and stop and listen not far from me i hear a ooooohhhwww and a screm the hair stands up on my neck then crash bang something boltes through the woods
and so do I get to my truck and go home the next day at daylight i go back to see if i could find the tracks of whatever it was and what do i find .............a blanket ,and a womans panties and brazer and a used proflactic .....boy i felt dumb ran off by some dude to cheap for a room and a woman even cheeper



Now thats funny there!

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i know of a guy who went coon huntin one night and his dogs had something bayed up. well he went to them and they seemed to have something bayed up under an old bridge. he got to his dogs and saw what they had bayed up. it was 2 people and a baby. the baby was lookin around and the two people were either acting like they were asleep or dead. he said he got his dogs and got out of there. not sure if that story is true or not.

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One night a friend and I were hunting down in a big river bottoms and after we turned the dogs lose they hit a track and took it a pretty good ways before coming treed. We get on the four wheelers and get pretty close to the dogs after passing by this guys house. When we get to the tree I get my dog and start to tie him back before we shine the tree but just as I start to wrap the lead around a small tree I seen something that did terrible things to my insides. Not ten feet from me is a pretty big mountian lion crouched and looking right at me. I can't really explain all of the emotions that were going on at that instance but when my friend started laughing I realized something wasn't right. We had gotten treed inside a mans archery range where he had all sorts of life size targets place in the woods. I was able to laugh a little bit but the night was pretty well shot for me.

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One night me and a few friends where out running dogs for a little bit. After that we sat down on a log and started to hear loud screaching noises above us. We didnt think much of it, then a pup came back to us and sat down. Then the noises started up again and then we heard something swoop down through the limbs and land on the dog. We turned our lights on and it was a buzzard trying to attack the pup, then the pup finally killed it. After all that mess was done, we looked up the tree and there was about 30-40 buzzards roosting.

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