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    Default 2nd fox!!

    Guess I'm doing something right! Got this in a 1.5 Duke cs foothold. The other last pic is of my first fox.
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    Not bad for less than a dozen snares and four footholds in an area the size of a garage. I actually saw where a snare was tripped (probably set wrong) on her way to the hole.

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    The first one...


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    Nice! Where are you that you don't have any snow?!?!?!
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    Kodiak... It would nice to get some snow. It would drive the deer and goats lower!!

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    Nice. That first one looks kind of like a cross fox or something. Looks a little dark. Was it?

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    Pretty sure its a cross. She has a white chest spot, and the top of her tail is all black. Really nice coloring...

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    Way to go. Great pics. Thanks for sharing the story.

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    I'd say its a cross. A way to make sure is hold her up and look at her back, is there a "t" across the shoulders and down the back? That's how the cross fox got it's name, for the cross on it's back.....
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    for some reason when i saw the pic i thought... kodiak!
    guess i was right.

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    Congrats! Nice cross fox!
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