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Old 02-06-2013, 11:08 PM   #61
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This is him on the job.
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This is him when you scare him.
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If someone is having a problem with alot of Coyotes, then there must be a significant food source near by.
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Old 02-06-2013, 11:13 PM   #63
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If someone is having a problem with alot of Coyotes, then there must be a significant food source near by.
Yeah its the domesticated animals in the neighborhood.....thats the issue hes trying to solve.
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The cross bow is a good idea. Or a compound bow. If you have access to one.
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The cross bow is a good idea. Or a compound bow. If you have access to one.
Problem with that I see is getting close enough to a coyote to use a bow, like I said theyre pretty smart.
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Ok, then he needs just (1) miniature one.
okay, at least that's more in size to his place!
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Can't believe you guys shoot cats.

.22 pellet rifle. Pulsar scope. Bye coyotes.
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Can't believe you guys shoot cats.

.22 pellet rifle. Pulsar scope. Bye coyotes.
many ordinances still consider a pellet rifle and a BB un to be firearms, for which you can be cited and fined for.
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Thanks for all the responses everyone talked to my neighbors and they said they have called the game warden and there's not really anything he can do accept go tell our neighbor to do something about but there's a difference between saying your gonna do something and doing it. What are some good traps I'm not familiar with trapping and I have a bow and arrow
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