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Chris, with your connections, see if you can line up a Chupacabra hunt somewhere.  I'd love to tag along if possible!  I gotta get one of those mounted to look like he's eating a squirrel, or some pose like that.
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Me too!!
I'm thinking a feral yak/chupacabra combo myself.....Howdy
 
BTW....Are those Texas yak tags over the counter for out of state hunters or draw only??
TIA!!
 
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Oh, and please advise for caliber recommendations for both species too. Bucky
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im going to say at least a 30-378 wbyBucky
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700 nitro with a 16.5" that ought to do it
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I'm thinking a semi auto .223........Yippee
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Originally posted by cyborg cyborg wrote:

I'm thinking a semi auto .223........Yippee
no way thats not enough gun they are tougher than hogs and cape buffalo put together.
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Yeah, but then you can put a fair amount of FMJs down range. Great practice......Wink
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Originally posted by cyborg cyborg wrote:

Yeah, but then you can put a fair amount of FMJs down range. Great practice......Wink
they are impervious to fmj's you must use tracer'sFlame%20Thrower
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Originally posted by cheaptrick cheaptrick wrote:

Me too!!
I'm thinking a feral yak/chupacabra combo myself.....Howdy
 
BTW....Are those Texas yak tags over the counter for out of state hunters or draw only??
TIA!!
 
 
Yaks being feral animals, there's no season and no bag limit.  There is no special tag either; you only have to buy a basic non-resident hunting license and you're set.  I can hook you up on some prime yak hunting, brother!  The chupacabra hunt is new to me, so I'm hoping Chris can make things happen there.
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hey ted! you gonna eat the chupacabra after you shoot one? you said you would try anything right??Puker
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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

hey ted! you gonna eat the chupacabra after you shoot one? you said you would try anything right??Puker
 
Sure, why not?  I'll slow smoke that rascal with some mesquite wood!
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i knew a guy in wyoming that would go call coyotes during the winter much like i use to do and when he would shoot one, he make jerky from the coyotes, now i never tasted it and i never heard of anybody eating it and telling anybody, but any dog just ruins my appetite.
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" I think this guy, pyro, has been out in the sun too long if you ask me!  Eatin' a coyote!  Somebody musta put somethin' in his coffee that wasn't coffee, I tell ya! "
 
 
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Chupacabra are aliens' dogs...
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