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Wolves #2594597
09/29/18 08:13 PM
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Helena
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Talking Turkey
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Had a squirrel on my privacy fence today that had a huge botfly wolve on it. Looked ready to pop.

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Re: Wolves [Re: 3toe] #2595322
09/30/18 05:54 PM
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Yuck, I hate them things

Re: Wolves [Re: 3toe] #2595337
09/30/18 06:15 PM
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I've never seen them there. Always in the neck or back. Skwerls and rabbits.

Re: Wolves [Re: 3toe] #2595400
09/30/18 07:19 PM
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I killed one the boy's treed yesterday that had 3 or 4 on it. Nasty stinking bastards.


Would walk over a naked woman to get to a gobblin turkey!
Re: Wolves [Re: 3toe] #2595451
09/30/18 08:02 PM
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I try to wait until after a frost before killing skwerls and rabbits. Those wolves are some nasty looking thangs. I learned that they are worse during wet summers.

Re: Wolves [Re: 3toe] #2596973
10/02/18 05:49 PM
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Why are they called wolves?

Re: Wolves [Re: jono23] #2597081
10/02/18 07:57 PM
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Originally Posted by jono23
Why are they called wolves?

Why not?

Re: Wolves [Re: jono23] #2597132
10/02/18 08:42 PM
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Originally Posted by jono23
Why are they called wolves?


Because it is easier than the real name, which is cuterebra.

Re: Wolves [Re: 3toe] #2597492
10/03/18 11:18 AM
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They are gross for sure. I killed 2 though on Saturday evening that had none. First time I'd been squirrel hunting before a frost in a long time.

Re: Wolves [Re: 3toe] #2601810
10/07/18 10:34 PM
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They fry up up real nice warsh'em down with a brewskee .


Play some Skynyrd man !
Re: Wolves [Re: 3toe] #2605495
10/11/18 05:47 PM
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I has a physiology professor at Auburn named Raymond P Henry. We was one more weird dude. When he did his doctoral work, he studied Bot Flies repro cycle. He raised them in his forearm. He had dime-nickel sized scars up his arm.


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Re: Wolves [Re: FurFlyin] #2605549
10/11/18 07:11 PM
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Originally Posted by FurFlyin
I has a physiology professor at Auburn named Raymond P Henry. We was one more weird dude. When he did his doctoral work, he studied Bot Flies repro cycle. He raised them in his forearm. He had dime-nickel sized scars up his arm.


I heard about this guy. That's either dedication or crazy, or both.


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Re: Wolves [Re: Clem] #2606215
10/12/18 05:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Clem
Originally Posted by FurFlyin
I has a physiology professor at Auburn named Raymond P Henry. We was one more weird dude. When he did his doctoral work, he studied Bot Flies repro cycle. He raised them in his forearm. He had dime-nickel sized scars up his arm.


I heard about this guy. That's either dedication or crazy, or both.


He was crazy. Story goes that he flunked every student that took his class the quarter before I took it. That's a class taken mostly by pre-vet students. Pre-vet students don't flunk classes. I was told he got in some hot water over that. I was not pre vet. I was happy with my C.


If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land. 2 Chronicles 7:14
Re: Wolves [Re: FurFlyin] #2606457
10/12/18 09:51 PM
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Originally Posted by FurFlyin
I has a physiology professor at Auburn named Raymond P Henry. We was one more weird dude. When he did his doctoral work, he studied Bot Flies repro cycle. He raised them in his forearm. He had dime-nickel sized scars up his arm.



That might be the most insane thing I've ever read. But I guess it did give him a unique perspective of their life cycle. I can imagine that the chicks thought he was cool with wolves sticking their noses out of his arm..


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Re: Wolves [Re: FurFlyin] #2606562
10/13/18 07:17 AM
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Originally Posted by FurFlyin
I has a physiology professor at Auburn named Raymond P Henry. We was one more weird dude. When he did his doctoral work, he studied Bot Flies repro cycle. He raised them in his forearm. He had dime-nickel sized scars up his arm.

That’s insane, and 100% illegal now.


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