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    Anybody on here do very much coyote hunting? Gun or bow. Post pics of any kills to and what you like to use for hunting them also.
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    We ain't got no Coyotes here but we do have dingo's!!!Same thing just a little smarter I've heard,,,Best thing for these buggers is 10-80,drop it out of a light air craft and it poisons the mongerals !!!!
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    I have done just a little. Going to get more serious about it now (I think). A young man I took deer hunting this fall (Got his first - a fork) wants to give it a go. I have a call; my plan is to set up just inside the field edge, he will use an AR to cover the field and I will use my 870 with number #4 Buck in case they come in on us from the woods. We'll see how that works out.
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    "A dingo ate my baby"



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    I ve tried it with no luck, a buddy had a electronic call that just didn't do the trick.

    Late doe season ends the first of the year and we'll give it another go then.

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    I started yote hunting last year to give me something to do between deer hunting and fishing. I have a blast with it. I use a 243 marlin, a foxpro firestorm and a few mouth calls also. I try to call for 20 to 30 minutes and then wait for another 15 or so, and If I don't get any comers I will move to another spot and repeat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tuckerman9 View Post
    I started yote hunting last year to give me something to do between deer hunting and fishing. I have a blast with it. I use a 243 marlin, a foxpro firestorm and a few mouth calls also. I try to call for 20 to 30 minutes and then wait for another 15 or so, and If I don't get any comers I will move to another spot and repeat.
    Wow these suckers look like a larger fox!!!!We Whistle them in it takes only 10min on the whistle and bam fox gone!!!!!Maybe I'll send old Gator a fox whistle next year
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    "A dingo ate my baby"


    Thank-you!!!That story was a huge deal here back in the 80's!!!And for the record I reckon the dingo did get that baby???I've seen a pair of dingos take a new born Buffalo calf into he bush and tear it apart!!!What chance would a human baby stand About 0% chance
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    Put your deer scraps, bones in a bucket of water with a rope through it and tie it to a tree. This will keep them from running away with it. I get great pictures in my trail camera but never shot one. I just like to know whats in the area.


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    i had thought about tying a rope to a chickens leg and putting him out in a field and turn on a chicken call on the caller.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wilkersonhunter View Post
    i had thought about tying a rope to a chickens leg and putting him out in a field and turn on a chicken call on the caller.
    Ive thought about doing the same but with my wife's cat. That might not go over so well though. I do use a decoy of a dogs chew toy with a turkey feather attached. Like I said, a red tailed hawk about flew off with it the other day.

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    I haven't hunted them but I will not pass one up. Hit one last Oct. but didn't recover it. They're tough!

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    I just went last Saturday morn. There were quite a few of us. 5 trucks, ten guys and three dogs. Couldnt jump any yotes though. We will try again next weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckdogf32 View Post
    Put your deer scraps, bones in a bucket of water with a rope through it and tie it to a tree. This will keep them from running away with it. I get great pictures in my trail camera but never shot one. I just like to know whats in the area.


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    Heck ya my favorite thing to hunt!

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    This was back in 2007. This one was a small female. I dont have any more pis of others ive shot.
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    This was back in 2007. This one was a small female. I dont have any more pis of others ive shot.
    WoW these coyote look a lot like large foxes don't they??????
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    Well I know where the black coyote's are staying at. I should have one soon.
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    Im going this afternoon behind my house. There was to many and to close for comfort last night to my house. There was 3 packs in my back door. Not even 200 yrds from my back porch. Going to put the foxpro out and the trusty mojo to work, and let the AR-15 ring out this afternoon. They better hope they dont come in as a group cause they will be dead as a group when im done.
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