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coyote hunting

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by romie, Jan 5, 2012.

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  1. romie

    romie Active Member

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    I know you can call them in the late evening can you call them in the morning just as easy.Any special tricks to the morning.
    Monty
     
  2. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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  3. Auctioneer

    Auctioneer Well-Known Member

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    Boy are you asking for it. There is alot of things you need to know. Do a search on here and a google search and you will find what you need.

    Do not be cheap on the game caller. Get a good one, spend the money. Second get from Cabela's a dancing rabbit or fur ball That will help. Get a decoy coyote. Once they see it they think its safer to come in. If you can't get a good shot pass the shot up and wait till you do. If you shot and miss you just educated him. You don't want to do that.
     
  4. AAtrap

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    Sun at your back and wind in your face if you can. Nothing different in the morning compared to evening as far as i'm concerned.

    Give'm a call and have a blast.

    Steve
     
  5. kgp912kgp

    kgp912kgp Active Member

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    Brian means that sometimes it is easier to call them in, in the morning when they haven't found much all night.

    Just pick your stands wisely round good activity and keep quite and don't smell like you just took a bath you wana blend in.
     
  6. BIG PAPA

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    I just purchased a Foxpro call for the grandkids and I to play with as a Christmas present. We have not tried it yet. So, I am going to asked a lot of "dumb" questions to start out with. When you call in the morning, do you go in and setup before daylight and start calling in the dark or do you want until day light. What about in the evening? After sunset, just before darkness, after dark? Where is a good place to set the call? Do you set it in a very open spot? In a brushie area? How long to you call in one spot before shutting down and moving to another area? Thanks guys, I told you I had some dumb questions. (I will probably have more questions after I get some answers)
     
  7. Doubles Shooter

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    Check out the Predator Masters website listed above. Also FoxPro has a great forum. Copy and paste.
    http://forum.gofoxpro.com/fp_forums/
     
  8. BIG PAPA

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    will do, thanks for the feedback
     
  9. Bvr Tail

    Bvr Tail Well-Known Member

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    Spotted one in the fence line at the back of my yard Tuesday, but couldn't get the safe open fast enough, and it vanished!

    Maybe next time?

    Danny
     
  10. kgp912kgp

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    Good looking Yote there. It is much darker than the ones we have out west. And much more fur cause it isn't that cold here. Good Job!!!

    I heard acouple last night and plan to go out this weekend after them.
     
  11. Auctioneer

    Auctioneer Well-Known Member

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    Here are my Coyote's
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  12. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    that bottom one looks like what they call a coydog..am I right??...we dont have any in Md yet that I know of
     
  13. Auctioneer

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    CalvinMD, they are up in Penn and they are in Va and I have eard they are in the beltway of DC. Believe me you have them in MD.

    I know its hard to see the size of them just laying there but as for being a cross coydog I don't know. I have heard of them doing so but have yet to see any here.

    I shoot them as I see them. We all do here. Good luck with any you hunt in MD.
     
  14. Janet

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    We have them here in the country in Ohio; a lot of them. Where I live, there
    is a group of good ole guys that hunt them constantly which I appreciate having
    a very small Yorkie Dog plus there are a lot of farm cats hanging out.

    The cats don't bother us, they keep mice away etc., but those coyotes that's
    another matter.
     
  15. ebsurveyor

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    If you see one like this don't shoot it!

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  16. kgp912kgp

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    Why not??
     
  17. ebsurveyor

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    Because I will kick your a$$ if I catch you.
     
  18. grntitan

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    Yeah why not. Id shoot it and then try and find out who put his sets on my ground.
     
  19. grntitan

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    Ok, tell us why you will kick our a$$ for shooting a coyote in a leg hold trap.
     
  20. Boxbirder

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    Because you guys all think your doing the trapper a favor by blowing the tar out of it, then you steal are gear. We don't bother you leave are gear alone. But ever since the game cam came out it's easy to catch the jerks. They just can not leave trappers gear alone.

    As an O'gorman student I love the critter in the trap.
     
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