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Old 01-19-2012, 12:01 AM   #1
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what would happen if you skin a coyote and leave it for a day or two what would happen


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Old 01-19-2012, 07:20 AM   #2
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why would you want to leave it out for a few days


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It would probably draw other coyotes looking for food. Bait station!!
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I did that one time never got touched for a long time??? Don't know why
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which calls work better rabbit distress or the coyote howl or both I only have and use the rabbit
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which calls work better rabbit distress or the coyote howl or both I only have and use the rabbit
That depends on the mood of the 'yotes. Or the moon and stars, tides, fate, etc. I've drawn them in with fawn bleats, injured rabbit calls, coyote calls, and pup noises. Try a crow call sometime. It's worked for me more than once.
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I would just get out there and try any call really see what the dogs around there like
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That depends on the mood of the 'yotes. Or the moon and stars, tides, fate, etc. I've drawn them in with fawn bleats, injured rabbit calls, coyote calls, and pup noises. Try a crow call sometime. It's worked for me more than once.
Thanks for the tips i will invest in some more calls just didn't know how the would respond to me in my stand making a animal noise symphony
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Squirrel calls have been known to work also. Mouse squeakers are awesome. All that have been listed work pretty good. Word from the wise-dont miss one cuz youll never call that yote back in that way again

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what would happen if you skin a coyote and leave it for a day or two what would happen
If it is cool outside ,nothing it will be fine. If it is warm, put some salt on it, flesh side of course. Terry.


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