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NO FISH ,, but we had a seal cruise right by us ,, then a fox (the fox) walked up to our tackle bags on the beach behind us ,, you can tell we weren't catching fish ,, when we're counting birds :D ,, loons, ospreys , sharp shinned hawk , cormorants, buffleheads , grackels, egrets,numerous gulls,brandt,and a couple of oyster catchers,, nice nite
 

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coyotes down the shore? in north jersey and PA ok but i never heard of one down the shore, not saying they aren't there but who can confirm this?
 

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Flukerat,

Definitely coyotes in Cape May County, don't know about other shore areas though.
 

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Coyotes are ubiquitous in that they live in 49 of 50 U.S. states (Hawaii is the exception). They live in all types of habitats from pristine wilderness to urban areas, including most of Boston. Despite being very elusive, the coyote?s continental wide distribution makes them an ideal case study for almost any classroom in the United States.

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Ive had foxes at IBSP try to steal my bunker. I simply yelled at them "Bad foxes - no go away before I kick you in the cojunes".
 

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Last Sat morning behind CSIP along the ICW I saw Red fox,2 seals, 3 deer,actually the deer were on edge of Rush Chatin
along with all kinds of bird life including several hawks
So if deer are there,coyotes will be close behind especially if they can get them trapped on an island
Could make night fishing this summer interesting
 

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I fed a fox a muffin one morning on IBSP. I could have pet it if I wanted to.
 

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go to the rush chatin bridge coming from strathemere go under the bridge and make a right,go to the first canal on the right,and under the wood pile is your red fox.they only come out when the is going down
 

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Had a cyote walk in from of my car on rt550 up from Island marine a few yrs ago. At first I though it was a dog but when it got right in front of me and turned his head and looked right at me I could see it was'nt a dog. Its body had to be 4.5ft long. My friends cousin lives back by Collins lumber and she says they are around her property all the time lots of them.
 

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Originally posted by Brian E. Mullaney:
Ive had foxes at IBSP try to steal my bunker. I simply yelled at them "Bad foxes - no go away before I kick you in the cojunes".
LMAO! Your nutz!
 

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have seen then on the road to higbees beach while working :D
 

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We saw a racoon jump out of a guys boat and swim across the inlet yesterday, then he netted him, and drove him back to land.

That was crazy. We thought it was a seal.
 

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Saw a beaver one day during a noreaster on Stathmere beach. Tried to help him out but it headed out to sea. Pretty crazy.
 

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Beaver ???? That would really be rare as they don't like saltwater
Sure it wasn't sea otter,there were a couple around Strathmere last fall stealing eels
 
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