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Old 12-30-2011, 02:28 PM   #11
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A feral cat is worse than a yote when it comes to killing small game. Cats kill for the fun of it. Yotes kill to eat. Oh yea, I shoot cats too.

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I have nothing against anyone shooting coyotes but I must say I do like the fact that they eat alot of cats.
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Old 12-30-2011, 02:35 PM   #12
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About 20 years ago, a friend was bow hunting at LBL. On his second day he stuck a really nice buck. He waited the usual 10 min or so before climbing down from his stand to get his buck. When he approached it, about 80 yards away, he confronted 6 coyotes already eating his buck. Having only 3 arrows left he simply backed away. He was able to retrieve the skull and rack a few days later. Like I said, the only good coyote is a dead one.

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Amen on the Feral Cat! When I use to quail hunt I smoked everyone of them I saw for that very reason. They do not kill to eat alot they just kill for fun! And can wipe out a covey of quail!

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This is why I hunt and kill coyotes. The link is very graphic. Caught on someones trail cam.

This is why you kill coyotes!! - Pensacola Fishing Forum
man that one coyote thats started it with the buck alone was really skinny i can't believe the buck couldn't defend its self. looks like they barely ate it just killed and left for the birds sad
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Leave them lay for the gut birds.

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I do have recipes for fox and coyote fondu in two of my cook books, ( The Joy of Cooking, first edition and The Onslow County Heritage Cook book) but the thought of willingly eating a coyote turns my stomach. In an EOTWAWKI or SHTF situation the recipes may be of some use to me. Until then, I will use them as bait and give the hides to my local taxidermist. He and his wife have traded items from the archery shop they also run for the hides in the past, or given me store credit for them. No bounties in my area, private or otherwise.

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That's my kill today .204 ruger

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those pictures were taken in Oklahoma?

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Beautiful DEAD yote! What was the yardage? What call were you using if any?

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One of 5 Yotes taken this yr.......he was smacked @ 300yds with one of my favs..... .264 Win Mag........

What made this one special to me was he was called in by mouth....no call



Oh BTW.......I cut his tail off and fed him to the yotes

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