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Old 03-09-2012, 06:09 AM   #31
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I have never heard that before. Coyotes that breed with dogs may be bigger? In Wyoming we kill over 20,000 of them per year. The state and Federal hunters use planes as does the ranches. Private hunters and trappers take many of them. The SW coyote is small but the Northern and High Plains coyotes are big animals. I had a big male watch'in my place this afternoon from a cotton wood grove about 80 yards out. They are starvin this time of year.
If he was that close you should have rolled him then skinned him.....although pelts are worthless around here this year. The reason yotes are bigger back east is bc there is alot more food for them to scrounge

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I understand the main difference between the Eastern and Western Coyote is the Eastern Accent. The Eastern Coyotes has a New York howl. Yo Yo Yo!

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That. A friend from NY tells me that NY coyotes are protected six months of the year.

http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/28945.html

New Jersey is even worse:

http://www.state.nj.us/dep/fgw/pdf/hunter_survey_coy-fox08-09.pdf
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Gees a coyote protection program? I have never heard of such a thing. What next a coyote rescue and feeding program.

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I understand the main difference between the Eastern and Western Coyote is the Eastern Accent. The Eastern Coyotes has a New York howl. Yo Yo Yo!
LMAO! Hell, ya oughta just bring them dogs to Utah. State legislature just passed a statewide bounty on yotes. Think it's still gotta go to the gov, but he's a pretty good egg.

I wish we could get a few good winters down here to get rid of 'fornians. It never even got cold here this year.
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Did you all hear they caught the first coyote in Poland?

It chewed 3 legs off and was still caught in the trap!

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I have never heard that before. Coyotes that breed with dogs may be bigger? In Wyoming we kill over 20,000 of them per year. The state and Federal hunters use planes as does the ranches. Private hunters and trappers take many of them. The SW coyote is small but the Northern and High Plains coyotes are big animals. I had a big male watch'in my place this afternoon from a cotton wood grove about 80 yards out. They are starvin this time of year.
A couple years ago someone shot a yote near me that must have bred with a shepard. It was 70 pounds or so, most around here are around 45 or so. I've never shot one (yet), but I hear them calling at night. If only night vision wasn't so damn expensive...
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That was good Ropin. I think that came from the coyote ugly joke. Did you read the N.J. rules for shooting coyotes. Good grief what is the world comming to? I am sure your Gov will sign the Bounty Bill. I see they are relaxing the open carry in Utah as well. My son lives down there. He is a Federal LEO.
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Well after 2 Wyoming winters they went back to California any way.
LOL! I have heard of those WY winters; one of my nephews left a job in the Casper area for a job in FL. Apparently, their dog feels she has reached heaven now from the pictures they've shared, of course the summer humidity hasn't hit them yet.
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Yea winters get rid of the "Green Horns'. We just love to see flat landers come home with a U-haul. We like the winters it shuts out the world and we have peace until the tourist season starts. Yellowstone draws people like flies to honey.

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