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Close Encounters and unimaginable luck.

Forums Hunting Close Encounters and unimaginable luck.

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    JDShapp
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    United States
    Accuracy: +7

    Tonight was almost a really good night, really bad night, or a really lucky night. I’m not sure which applies to either one of us in this particular encounter. Anyway as usual I make a trip to my rural property to feed the local felines, and handle any raccoons that may be present. Unsurprisingly I saw a possum when I pulled up, but since it wasn’t being a pest and made a quick retreat I ignored it. Once the cats were fed I started to go up to my spinner targets until I caught a glimpse of an odd shape in the darkness. I go back to the truck, pull out the old wildcat and throw on my makeshift night vision setup and get a good look at the trespasser, a skunk.

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    Josh
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    Accuracy: +0

    Was this skunk being a nuisance?

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    crittahitta
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    United States
    Accuracy: +28

    Looks like the skunk was the lucky one.

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    crittahitta
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    Accuracy: +28

    I forgot what i read somewhere. But not sure if it is better to shoot a skunk in the head or heart? So that they don’t spray. That would be my luck. Get rid of him but smell him for days.

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    Alan
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    Accuracy: +21

    Good luck. I’ve never shot a skunk that DIDN’T spray, at least a bit. If you like the odor, shoot one in the rump!

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    That’s what is otherwise known as a, ” Texas heart shot”. ;)

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