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Tips for Better Coyote Hunting (featured article)

January 2007 Feature Article:

Tips for Better Coyote Hunting

It's the rush of a lifetime! I'm talking about calling in coyotes. If you've ever had a wild dog come blistering in to your set up, then you know what I mean! While many hunters shoot coyotes as incidental species during big game or even bird game hunts, there are those among us who thrive on targeting predators exclusively. For coyote hunting fanatics, predator seasons are all about the rush; more specifically duping a wily coyote, prompting them to race in to inspect the prospect of an easy meal or perhaps a potential breeding partner. Read more...

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Tips for Better Coyote Hunting (featured article)

Being fairly new to the coyote chasing I found that very beneficial Yes

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I am a new and big fan of yote and fox hunting. I have had my head in the sand for a few years around our farm and hunting area. I have pretty much let them be since we have lived there. But this year a big female chased off a deer during a hunt, her last chase by the way. Since I have been deployed, only got about 45 days left by the way. My wife has told me the foxes around the house like our chickens better than we do apparently. So guess what, game on.   

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Go get 'em!

jonesklan71 wrote:

I am a new and big fan of yote and fox hunting. I have had my head in the sand for a few years around our farm and hunting area. I have pretty much let them be since we have lived there. But this year a big female chased off a deer during a hunt, her last chase by the way. Since I have been deployed, only got about 45 days left by the way. My wife has told me the foxes around the house like our chickens better than we do apparently. So guess what, game on.   

It sounds like you have made a good call.  Sounds like it is definitely time to thin the pack!  I'm new at predator hunting too so I really can't offer any advice beyond what was in the article.  But it seems like there is good stuff there to me.

Go get them and then tell us all about it when you suceed!

Mike

 

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Up on the farm where I hunt

Up on the farm where I hunt in Vermont they have a very good population of coyotes. Mostly farm area with long ranging fields. They started a coyote hunt a few years ago in Orwell,Vt and it's grown to quite a deal now with an entry fee hunting. It's about the time for them \to have the hunt for this year, I"ll have to find out the dates for this one. There's so many there its kinda nerve racking to start in the woods prelight when you can hear them howling in the distance.

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