Roadkill you don't see everyday in swa

Discussion in 'General Hunting Topics' started by mr4pt, Aug 11, 2017 at 5:44 PM.

  1. curdog1

    curdog1 Well-Known Member

    Yes sir! I bet the driver was very shook up!
  2. Bologna Budget

    Bologna Budget Well-Known Member

    Saw a small otter ran over Saturday.

  3. 7 point

    7 point Well-Known Member

    Otters are strange to see dead on the road.

    I see a lot strange people doing strange this at night on the road, the other morning some shirtless fella was sitting on the shoulder between Botkinburg and Denard smoking a cigarette and starring into a field. Mind you this was 5 in the morning so it was still dark.
  4. curdog1

    curdog1 Well-Known Member

    What's weird about that?
  5. 7 point

    7 point Well-Known Member

    There wasn't a car or a house around for a few miles
  6. curdog1

    curdog1 Well-Known Member

    Lol. I bet he was thinkin it was weird to see a FedEx truck at 5 a.m.
  7. 7 point

    7 point Well-Known Member

    I'd imagine so
  8. tmeredith

    tmeredith Platinum Member Redneck Slum Lord

    Sounds like my ex neighbor. He ised to sit out back of his trailer on some scaffolds with his sun glasses on and just sit and stair at the back wall of his trailer. He too smoked alot of "cigarettes". I think that had alot to do with the stairing.
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  9. k9trapper

    k9trapper Active Member

    I wish it was coyotes.
  10. Mr. Chitlin

    Mr. Chitlin Administrator

    NE Ark
    Probably the closest I've ever come to hitting someone was several years ago when I was headed to LR about 5AM. I was going south on 67 and coming up on the Red River bridge at Searcy. There was a guy dressed in all black walking down the center of the bridge. I missed him by inches. Called 911 and reported it. Don't know if they ever found him.
  11. claytonsdad

    claytonsdad Well-Known Member

    Not meaning to hijack the thread, but I know a guy who ran over and killed a man one night on his way home. The guy was dressed all in black and walked out in front of the car at the last second. Taking all the evidence into account, it was ruled a suicide. The guy who hit him is still haunted by it. Really a sad situation.
  12. alexramsey

    alexramsey New Member

    sadly. that is a racoon?
  13. mikebri

    mikebri Well-Known Member

    Otters are a nuisance animal mostly. They do travel to find water to live.
  14. SwampCat

    SwampCat Well-Known Member

    I see otters several times a year in Millwood, where as a beaver has become a rarity. I think the otters are quick and agile enough to escape most of the alligator attacks and most of the beavers have become gator bait, along with most of the nutrias.
  15. docw

    docw Member

    Saw huge roadkill otter a few years back on hwy 27 at Littlt Missouri bridge. Took it home to show family and get a piece of fur for fly tying. He was about 5 ft. Long and must have weighed nearly 50 lbs. Had a hard time swinging him into pickup bed. Another roadkill (small one) same area last month.. I see them on Greeson frequently. They are hell on the put and take trout below the damn.

    MO HUNTER Well-Known Member

    Did everyone just pass this up....Curdog...nothing?
  17. JR1

    JR1 Well-Known Member

    Low hanging fruit.

    Does remind me off Foxworthy and the story of the guy who had a beaver bite his nipple off. O F F off.

    He said, "It's the only time in history the words beaver and nipple were on the front page of the paper and no one got upset."

    MO HUNTER Well-Known Member

    JR1...maybe the members are maturing!
  19. Thenarwhal

    Thenarwhal Well-Known Member

    Yeah, I know it was a softball but I really expected someone to swing at it. Hard to imagine the phrase "high centered on a beaver not getting a response."
  20. curdog1

    curdog1 Well-Known Member

    I'm to scared to swing at much. Last vacation was 30 days.