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Old 01-09-2010, 12:17 AM   #1
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I have some family land that seems to be overrun with coyotes, I have been out on a few hunts to try and take some but I cannot for the life of me call them in.
Any tips on getting them interested.

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Old 01-09-2010, 12:48 AM   #2
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I've heard that if you stake out a kitten, they will come to that in a big way. I don't know from personal experience, but I did some research for my daughter who has a predator eating her goats. Whatever it is has taken 27 goats and two Missouri of Conservation traps ruined.

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You have got to beat there nose or you wont see any from what I've been told..
I have done alot of research recently and have taken this week off to go out and try to bag a few around here.

Best thing I have been told is a beaver carcass, you wanna drag it down a trail by snowmobile or atv so you dont leave your scent on the ground then sit up wind and wait. If you have more than one then leave a bait pile also. up here guys are using deer scraps or even scraps from the local slaughter house and making a bait pile.

I am gonna try a blind also, maybe if it helps keep some scent in and they dont see me it will work better but I dont know

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I've heard that if you stake out a kitten, they will come to that in a big way. I don't know from personal experience, but I did some research for my daughter who has a predator eating her goats. Whatever it is has taken 27 goats and two Missouri of Conservation traps ruined.
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I don't know if scent is an issue, I wash all my hunting clothes in scent away and dead down wind quite often and spray myself constantly when im out. I went out today to do some scouting and see where they were at most on the property and nailed some old backstraps to a tree, only time will tell.

Also my buddies have used something called a raspy coaxer that they will all swear by, never tried it but might have to look into it.

What type of rifle are you going to use?

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I use a AR15 and coaxers to call my yotes in.

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I have some family land that seems to be overrun with coyotes, I have been out on a few hunts to try and take some but I cannot for the life of me call them in.
Any tips on getting them interested.
Where in Missouri is your land? I live in Alabama but own some land in Southeast Missouri. I grew up in Missouri but have only been able to live in Missouri for three years since graduating from college and that was in 1968.

I am trying to sell my land so I can buy some down here. I love to hunt and my land has a good population of large (10 and 12 point bucks) deer but it is just too far away for me to use and control.
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i am no authority on yotes but i have called one in and shot it . since then i have had no sucess . a good friend of mine finds a road kill deer and stakes it to the ground .then sits and watches till the yotes get a smell of the rotting meat . then you cant keep em' away .

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