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Old 09-11-2012, 02:38 AM   #21
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that is DEFINITELY a coyote in Win73s pic.....both of them.

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I shot at a few over the years on the deer lease I was in while living in LA. Only managed to connect on one, it stopped long enough for me to get a good shot. I heard the brush crackling and thought the beagles were sending a deer my way. Ole Wiley trotted out into a gas pipline right of way, when he realized something was at the top of the hill above him, he stopped to look and see what it was.

I called one up to within 10 yards with a turkey call, it came out of some thick brush, we saw each other at the same time and he left the scene before I could get a bead on him.

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I want to hunt yotes but don't know what to do with the meat. What do you guys do?
We just hang them on the fences,it's been done that way for many generations around my parts..
It's no big thing to see 10-15 of them on a single ranch/farm fence around here.

Unless it's winter time,their hides aren't worth anything.And there aren't that many county's that pay a bounty on them anymore.
We used to skin them,and tan the hides when it was worth the time/effort,but the price of hides went south years ago.
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We just hang them on the fences,it's been done that way for many generations around my parts..
It's no big thing to see 10-15 of them on a single ranch/farm fence around here.

Unless it's winter time,their hides aren't worth anything.And there aren't that many county's that pay a bounty on them anymore.
We used to skin them,and tan the hides when it was worth the time/effort,but the price of hides went south years ago.
Is it hard to tan the hides? What goes into it like skin it and that's it or what?
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We used to have pheasant where I hunt. Not anymore thanks to the coyotes.

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The coyote will yelp over the last humans grave. The believe of the Plains Indians.

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We used to have pheasant where I hunt. Not anymore thanks to the coyotes.
Hawks can be hard on a pheasant population too, if you have a lot in your area.
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Saw one in the soybean field an hour ago, 150 yards out. It looked up at me and bolted. That's the second one I've seen in daylight in the 14 years of living where I'm at. Too bad all I had was a .38 snubbie instead of the AR.

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Hawks can be hard on a pheasant population too, if you have a lot in your area.
Crows can be hard on turkey's, pheasants and song bird nest.
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the worst are skunks and coons. they will eat all the eggs and the hen if they can catch her.

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