Got a picture of a preditor.

GT-40 GUY

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I have been losing almost all of my gold fish that I raised from 1 inch to 6 inches. I bet if I put my have a hart trap with tuna fish in it next to the 2 foot deep pond it might fall into the pond accidently by itself. What do you think. :banginghe

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As you know, I've been telling people for several years now that the WGI cams will even catch "A CLEAR PHOTO" of those elusive Black Panthers (and every other critter that roams around our hunting woods and neighborhoods) !!!!!

Of course, some guy from way up in the northeast ("no man's land" in my opinion)........ will come along and say that your photos are..."grainy" !!!!! :rofl::rofl::rofl::D:D:pop::pop:

Thanks for sharing this interesting photo.


ps: I have two different size "have a heart" traps and I've relocated lots of destructive squirrels and even two large possums in the past couple of years. These things work great too. :cheers:
 

ryanh487

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You should have cover available for your fish. Try gluing gravel on sections of 4" pvc for some caves and tunnels on the bottom so they can hide from predators.
 

GT-40 GUY

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You should have cover available for your fish. Try gluing gravel on sections of 4" pvc for some caves and tunnels on the bottom so they can hide from predators.
I have the fish spoiled. When they see something around the pond they think they are going to be fed and come to the top edge.

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7mmMag

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I have also relocated a few of those myself from above ground to below ground. The photo is a bit grainy not sure if it is a panther or not.
 
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