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    Greetings,
    are there still blk panthers, in ar.... My answer is definetly, yes!!! Here is my hunting adventure story... I was coon hunting, at night, with both my hounds. I heard a noise, and knew exactly what it was... Both my dogs just up and left me standing there alone, so i began, to run, the thing actually chased me through the trees. I finally, made it, to my cabin, and quickly shut the door... The next, morning i opened the door, and there where deep claw marks... Needless too say, i do not hunt, at night any longer... This is a true story and i am not the only one, that has had it happen too me..., so if you hunt, in the northern part of ar., at night use caution... Oh and yes, i luckly, i did have an extra pair, of shorts...


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    You need to play for the razorbacks if you can out run a mountain lion, hope your dogs find there way back home.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggamer View Post
    Greetings,
    are there still blk panthers, in ar.... My answer is definetly, yes!!! Here is my hunting adventure story... I was coon hunting, at night, with both my hounds. I heard a noise, and knew exactly what it was... Both my dogs just up and left me standing there alone, so i began, to run, the thing actually chased me through the trees. I finally, made it, to my cabin, and quickly shut the door... The next, morning i opened the door, and there where deep claw marks... Needless too say, i do not hunt, at night any longer... This is a true story and i am not the only one, that has had it happen too me..., so if you hunt, in the northern part of ar., at night use caution... Oh and yes, i luckly, i did have an extra pair, of shorts...
    Hey, try proof reading your posts before hitting the "Submit Reply" button. All of the punctuation errors, sentence fragments, misspelled words and run on sentences made that post hard to read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggamer View Post
    Greetings,
    are there still blk panthers, in ar.... My answer is definetly, yes!!! Here is my hunting adventure story... I was coon hunting, at night, with both my hounds. I heard a noise, and knew exactly what it was... Both my dogs just up and left me standing there alone, so i began, to run, the thing actually chased me through the trees. I finally, made it, to my cabin, and quickly shut the door... The next, morning i opened the door, and there where deep claw marks... Needless too say, i do not hunt, at night any longer... This is a true story and i am not the only one, that has had it happen too me..., so if you hunt, in the northern part of ar., at night use caution... Oh and yes, i luckly, i did have an extra pair, of shorts...
    What have y'all been smokin in Boone county

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    Quote Originally Posted by ol bucky View Post
    What have y'all been smokin in Boone county
    Newton county home grown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwmwbm View Post
    Newton county home grown.
    Think it is called......Newton County Gold.....

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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA!!!!!!! Gotta get me some of that!!!! I believe him. This one time, i went out in the woods, and I herd something, so I started running, and it kept on grunting, behind me, so I went straight in to my tent, and got on the porta-crapper, and left a big brownie, it was not long, after that, that I realized, that it was only, me farting!!!! HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

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    I,think its possible,that we have them,in Arkansas.

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    We definitely have mountain lions I have seen one. It may have been a pet who knows it wasn't black though. I know someone who claims to have seen 2 black ones that he said were small ones. He wouldn't lie about it.
    I was predator calling several years ago and had a gray fox coming in and I was waiting for it to clear some brush to shoot. A much larger thin looking black animal almost got the fox and they both ran. I have no idea what it was maybe a black coyote maybe a black cat. Who knows. And no I don't have pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WinchesterModel70 View Post
    Hey, try proof reading your posts before hitting the "Submit Reply" button. All of the punctuation errors, sentence fragments, misspelled words and run on sentences made that post hard to read.
    Give the man a break, he was just chased, by a black,panther, in the dark, no less. He is gonna be, shook up, for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hill Farm Hunter View Post
    Give the man a break, he was just chased, by a black,panther, in the dark, no less. He is gonna be, shook up, for a while.

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    shoot that aint nothin !! a few yrs ago some knuckle-head claimed he saw a ivory billed woodpecker. almost brought the world to a stand still. feds spent millions of dollars, lot of tourist fed the mosquitos, oh well !!

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    It could have been a Black Bigfoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggamer View Post
    Greetings,
    are there still blk panthers, in ar.... My answer is definetly, yes!!! Here is my hunting adventure story... I was coon hunting, at night, with both my hounds. I heard a noise, and knew exactly what it was... Both my dogs just up and left me standing there alone, so i began, to run, the thing actually chased me through the trees. I finally, made it, to my cabin, and quickly shut the door... The next, morning i opened the door, and there where deep claw marks... Needless too say, i do not hunt, at night any longer... This is a true story and i am not the only one, that has had it happen too me..., so if you hunt, in the northern part of ar., at night use caution... Oh and yes, i luckly, i did have an extra pair, of shorts...
    Wow, Really??

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    Should have left the front door open, ran out the back door, then came around and shut the front door. Could have trapped that sucker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hill Farm Hunter View Post
    Should have left the front door open, ran out the back door, then came around and shut the front door. Could have trapped that sucker.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruin View Post


    Can you skin Grizz Pilgrim?
    One of the best movies of all time.

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    I had a fight in the middle of one of them thar black panther parties one time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel View Post
    I,think its possible,that we have them,in Arkansas.

    I completely, agree. Since I, have seen one, too.

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    I would have believed this if it had happened behind the walmart in Wynne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buck-Ridge View Post
    We definitely have mountain lions I have seen one.

    I've seen two dead ones in Randolph County made into rugs. A family that I know up around Maynard had them. This was back in the 70's. I saw pictures of the cats hanging from a tree right after the kill with the ranch gate in the background.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtdart View Post
    I've seen two dead ones in Randolph County made into rugs. A family that I know up around Maynard had them. This was back in the 70's. I saw pictures of the cats hanging from a tree right after the kill with the ranch gate in the background.
    Were they black or did they look like a regular mountain lion???

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    We need pics, video, a dead cat wouldn't hurt. These are hunters right!

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    Thanks, to those who do believe me... I just wanted, to let you know so none, of you-boys get eaten... I do wish, i had more proof though it was, at night, and i absolutly, have no witnesses... I heard a, while back, that they were almost wiped out, untill some enviromentalist decided, to repopulate them, in north arkansas and southern mo.... That is why those, of us who see them run into them more... Recently, i hear these stories more and more... So use caution, when hunting, at night...

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    There are probably more black panthers in Pine Bluff than there are in Chicago now...d2

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    I saw a few at the Memphis zoo yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggamer View Post
    I heard a noise, and knew exactly what it was.
    Wondering how you knew exactly what it was?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hudge View Post
    I saw a few at the Memphis zoo yesterday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WillyB71 View Post
    Were they black or did they look like a regular mountain lion???
    Weren't black. Looked like a Rocky Mountain Cougar.


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