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I was down stocking up on some more bullies last week and turned my head and found someone catchin bullies with me. I got a snap shot on my cell phone and went back to fishing. Looked over and he was gone. I caught a bully and went to put in my bucket and found he was messing with my crawler tub. Sure enough I scooted him away and went back to bully fishing.

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The bullies where not jumping in the bucket, so I moved to another spot a couple hundred yards away. I was pulling in a bully when I caught something out of the corner of my eye. Sure enough I saw the little bugger right at my heals grin He must have followed me over lookiing for more bullies.

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You can not see the pics? I can!

It is a little raccoon grin

I hate cell phone pics cry

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Opps! I double clicked the same image.

Here is the first image I took of him.

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Shack, I think we had you beat. We just about ran over a skunk swimming across the channel last night grin

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Funny!

I was eating dinner at dangerfields in Shakopee last night on their deck and this guy climbed the tree right next to us and was waiting for a handout....

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I was sitting on the lakeshore at night, catching me some bullies for later, and heard some rustling in the bushes about ten yards away. I shone my flashlight in that direction, and saw 8 pairs of beady little eyes looking at me and my bait, slowly creeping over to me.

I moved to a different spot. One raccoon, maybe two raccoons, I can deal with. Eight... that's a little different story.

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its amazing what'll come by when were so quiet. I have had had dear pretty close and other critters closer than wanted

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Raccoons are cute...until they gnaw off your fingers.

I am still waiting to see a pretty possum up close and personal. I have seen plenty flattened like a pancake and one or two crossing the road way in front of me.

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