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Old 08-10-2010, 11:47 PM   #11
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Convinced individual to get with Dept of Wildlife. They consider the coyote to be a pest and informed him of options. He is not too familiar with firearms (scratch #1). He is not willing to remove food source (cats) (scratch #2). Dillinger's response has me rethinking my option of shooting the coyote for the individual. (scratch #3).
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Old 08-11-2010, 03:26 AM   #12
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Man JD, you take all the fun out of hunting. If I needed to retain a lawyer every time I did a little pest control here in Wisconsin I couldn't afford the dang bullets. I guess I live in a whole different culture here in the Wisconsin and I'm happy for that.

I once asked a landowner for permission to hunt bunnies on his farm. He said alright but to be careful not to shoot the kids or the dogs. I told him he didn't have anything to worry about because my licence didn't include kids or dogs.
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Old 08-11-2010, 08:59 PM   #13
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go to town and buy a big live trap ---bait it with a can of saridines --no mustard no catsup just fish in oil ---get ready for a trip to the pound If you are going to turn him/her loose plan on going 25-30 miles away
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Old 08-11-2010, 10:23 PM   #14
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and shooting animals without proper permits, out of season and in danger of backdrop can just lead to legal troubles no one needs.

I am all for whacking some 'yotes, but you need to be realistic and consider the real world implications for possible actions.

Good luck.
I didnt think about that one, I guess its because here in CO, we can shoot them anytime (with a license).
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Old 08-16-2010, 03:56 AM   #15
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I would kill it if it is a threat to people. Other than that, you need to expect the animal to take the easiest food source.
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I once asked a landowner for permission to hunt bunnies on his farm. He said alright but to be careful not to shoot the kids or the dogs. I told him he didn't have anything to worry about it because my licence didn't include kids or dogs.
Nice!

In all seriousness, as long as the proper premits are aquired along with permission from the land owner - It's time for a 'yote trip! There are always more than one. Use the proper season to keep the numbers in check and his predator problem will be under control.

May be an opportunity to introduce to him the sport as well.
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