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Old 01-06-2014, 03:32 PM   #41
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Looks like they need some hunters to take care of the problem.

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Old 01-06-2014, 09:49 PM   #42
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Every now and then I hear of someone being bitten by a coyote. ( Usually a city slicker out walking a tiny little dog.)

The only problems I have with them is every now and again, one will get bold enough to attempt to raid the chicken house.

I would rate coyotes as close to the last canine I would worry about personally.

Feral dogs would be the #1 problem, as some aren't afraid of humans, or other domesticated dogs.

This one for example......

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I'll shoot a coyote on sight if it's on my land, and most all surrounding landowners feel the same about them as well.

(308 168gr BTHP at around 550yards or so.)

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