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Location: Layton, UT
Joined: 01/02/2007
Posts: 4
Calling coyotes to photograph.

I was out shooting mule deer in Nov., I wasn't having much luck. I thought I would try calling some coyotes in. I sat under a tree in the shade and started calling. I called for about one minute and stopped. Right away I caught movement to my far left. As I turned my head, I could see it was a coyote running full bore right at me, startling the hell out of me. The coyote was only about 20 yards coming fast. I threw up my camera scaring the coyote at about 5 yards away, sending him into a record book u-turn. I snapped a few shoots as he ran away. This is the first: As you can see he has three feet off the ground!

Good day afield.


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redrider's picture
Location: NE Kansas
Joined: 03/20/2006
Posts: 2603
Calling coyotes to photograph.

Nice Shot Thumbs up

Location: Kentucky/ Colorado
Joined: 06/23/2005
Posts: 1747
Calling coyotes to photograph.

Nice photo.....he looks a little scared. CooperDesign, Great to see you over here on BGH! Big smile Welcome aboard. Thumbs up

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Location: Antelope, Ore
Joined: 03/24/2005
Posts: 3206
Calling coyotes to photograph.

Great shot. I have been going to try that myself as soon as I figure out how to call them in. Haven't had much luck callin yet tho.

Joined: 08/27/2004
Posts: 1964
Calling coyotes to photograph.

Very nice pic got anymore.

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