Can I call in a Fisher?Contributors to this thread:
stick n string 10-Oct-17
I am a wildlife photographer, & would love to get a good picture of a Fisher. I have a new hunting blind set up in an area where fishers, bobcats, foxes, coyotes, bear, deer have all been spotted. Can I call one in with a game call? I will probably try for a bobcat too, can't resist. Thank you.
Years ago I was in a blind with my daughter bowhunting. She was only 9 or 10 and was tooting away on a fawn bleat. We had a fisher come down a tree just a few yards behind us.
Can fish be hunted or just trapped??? Never hear of them being hunted. So if you can only trap them there may not be much info on calling. ..
Saw one last week and he responded to the injured rabbit sound right away and came to within 2 feet of my stand. If one was within range it might come in.
Thanks to you all, I am encouraged. I am asking my hunter friends for the carcasses of their deer, I have a plan. ;) Believe me, I will post if I get any pictures!
From: stick n string
Got pictures in the spot I was talking about this past week.
Hi. I grew up in PA and now reside in NC. I have a hunting cabin in the NE of PA, near game land #40. In July there was a huge storm, knocked down a huge tree near my game camera narrowly missing it. This month, I retrieved the sd card and had 2-3 months of photos. I had many, many photos of fox, squirrels, coon and others standing on the log. I realize to get great shots of small mammals & animals, set up a camera shooting a large fallen log. I caught this critter that I now believe maybe a Pine Marten. I sent it to the Game Commission, they said they'll forward to the biologist.