Hunter Challenge (5 raccoon, 5 fox, 5 skunk)

#1Left_CoastPosted 5/20/2010 12:12:59 PM
The skunk was pretty easy, and I'm seeing a fox here and there so im up to about 3, but since Ive started this mission I cannot find any damn coons. Anyone have any moderately high success rates in certain areas to find raccoons and foxes? I figure the best time is at night, but I'm still not seeing any and it seems the bait only attracts the big game.

BTW if anyone needs skunks i found a bunch out by mercer and there are some in the hog area north of Mcfarlane Ranch.
#2Left_Coast(Topic Creator)Posted 5/20/2010 1:48:34 PM
Anyone have any insight on this challenge?
#3BakedGoodsPosted 5/20/2010 1:51:02 PM
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#4Shifter1178Posted 5/20/2010 1:52:02 PM
http://www.strengthgamer.com/RDR_Challenges_TUIB.html
#5Jonny_AnonymousPosted 5/20/2010 1:53:51 PM
There are always tons of raccoons behind the Armadillo train station at night.
#6Rude_BoyPosted 5/20/2010 1:54:26 PM
I've gotten one raccoon . . . I was out west of Armadillo, not quite in Gaptooth, though. I've only seen the one as far as I know, though. I hope that helps some, sorry I can't be more specific.
#7HackySackPosted 5/20/2010 1:56:12 PM
I've seen them here and there outskirting Armadillo. There, and over by Hanging Rock.
#8memtndudePosted 5/20/2010 8:42:24 PM
Shifter1178 posted...
http://www.strengthgamer.com/RDR_Challenges_TUIB.html


Awesome post. Thank you.
#9WakaFlockaCgulsPosted 5/20/2010 9:09:18 PM
where did you find the skunks...i'm having trouble finding 2 more...
#10pj44055Posted 5/22/2010 9:15:27 PM
Raccoons
http://reddead.wikia.com/wiki/Raccoons (great plains)

Skunks
http://reddead.wikia.com/wiki/Skunks (horse field north-east of the words "Diez Coronas" on the in-game map)

Foxes
http://reddead.wikia.com/wiki/Foxes (I plan on using Beecher's Hope, as the site says)

I'm working on foxes now (just reached a stagecoach), but Raccoons and Skunks came in less then 1 minute each. Of course, I did this at night, as they are nocturnal animals.