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    • 1shot
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      Hopefully I can see one of these bucks in hard horn during the jan2014 Bow season, Coues, Santa Ritas…

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      Another buck

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      and another one that I’d like to have a crack at…

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      NOTE: I use trail cams early in the year, and then back them off from hunting areas (I’m trying to get a Jaguar on cam, but the cameras are set in a different area then where I deer hunt), I , along with some others, believe the cams and the extra activity educate the deer to much…

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      Hadn’t stopped to notice on other pics you’ve shared, but there is a LOT more vegetation than I’d have suspected in AZ.

      Shame we can’t all get to put feet in other areas of this diverse country.

      I always pictured the more “desert” to be the norm in AZ.

      SWEET! Good luck. Both in getting a crack at one of those boys and getting pics of a jaguar… and by that do you mean a TRUE S. American/MX jaguar or a mt. lion??

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      Town, Green Valley, Az, is at 3000ft, the mountians top out at 9000ft so very diverse terrain in southern AZ… The true SA Jaguar, (though we have ALOT of Mt.lions here), Macho B was found first by hunters on their trail cams and the info was shared with AzG&F, they snared the Jag to get hands on and radio collar him, and it died from injuries… Not much sharing of Jag info with the G&F anymore…

      I/ll see if I can get permission to post a few pics from this year of the jaguar on TBM…

    • Doc Nock
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      I surely wasn’t challenging you, just curious if it was truly a jaguar. Lions have so many “common” names from various areas, I just was curious!

      I’ve seen some pics of SA Jaguar and they are incredible animals. All the big cats are amazing, but the SA Jaguar is truly impressive… Neat they’re filtering up into the SW.

      I heard they’re really hammered in SA and near extinction or something??? I could be mis-remembering on that point.

      If you do post, I’ll be looking for that one to come up! Wow!

      I have a friend in NW who sends me pics of places he hunts and it looks pretty, but very “different” than anything I’ve known even living in MT although we had plenty of Prickly Pear in the Helena Valley and near-desert conditions.

      Sites like this showing all the subtle differences in terrain and vegetation we’d normally not see is quite a learning experience! Thanks for all your neat posts!:D

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