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4/4/14 @ 5:52 PM
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DoorTayOutdoors
User since 3/7/07
Couldn't find site about this, but what do you think they are. I thought coyote, but don't know if a coyote has 5 toes

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5/16/14 @ 1:21 PM
drojsir
User since 1/30/08
The only way that anyone could be sure is to first: take a tracking course to learn to properly measure tracks in snow. Then carefully measure the tracks and compare these to known track size and you can find out, with very little doubt, what left those tracks. Agree on the otters going long ways from water..amazing how far from water they will go.

4/12/14 @ 2:02 PM
Yoter
User since 5/31/09
No on the bobcat, round track. See that the back track is long, raccoon, fisher, otter. Hard to tell some are melted out. P.S. Otters travel long distants from water. Found tracks in sectons where there is no water coyote hunting. Followed them a ways, and figered they left one body of water to go to another.

4/8/14 @ 6:29 AM
DoorTayOutdoors
User since 3/7/07
good sized fisher. Do they have tracks about 3"? seems possible, however I've seen fisher tracks dragging tail. No possibility of a bobcat? Reason asked is cause I was calling for coyotes and these were downwind of me.

4/6/14 @ 4:27 PM
.tracker.
User since 1/8/12
Second the fisher

4/6/14 @ 6:34 AM
Brother of the brush
User since 1/22/12
That right there is a fisher track.

4/5/14 @ 9:00 AM
DoorTayOutdoors
User since 3/7/07
We have some beaver ponds, otter lake is a mile away.

I did not see any tail dragging for it to be an otter, but maybe they don't drag their tail. Could it be a bobcat?

4/5/14 @ 7:38 AM
ihookem
ihookem
User since 11/29/01
Looks like an otter.

4/4/14 @ 6:52 PM
griff n
griff n
User since 6/17/11
any water close? Otter

4/4/14 @ 5:59 PM
DoorTayOutdoors
User since 3/7/07
a few more

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