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On the very first stand, I had my shotgun, and my Foxpro X-Wave was about 20 yards out in front of me. My hunting buddy JP7mag was up on a ridge to my left about 100 yards away.

After playing Bay Bee Cottontail for about 6 or 7 minutes a coyote ran up and stopped about 15 yards to the left of my Foxpro. Just as I shot that coyote with my shotgun I heard JP7mag's 243 Win go off just a split second after I shot.

We ended up with two dead coyotes. JP7mag couldn't see the coyote I shot, and I couldn't see the coyote he shot. It was very close to be a simultaneous double!

A few stands later I had a double come in, but I only shot one of them.
IMG_0599 - Copy by https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/, on Flickr

Later in the day I shot a coyote with my shotgun about 20 yards to the left of my Foxpro.

A few minutes later a Bobcat showed up.
IMG_0614 by https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/, on Flickr

IMG_0626 by https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/, on Flickr

As I was watching this Bobcat walk off to my left, I saw movement just above and a little past the Bobcat. It was another coyote and it stopped. It had not been stopped more than a few seconds when I heard JP7mag's 243 go off again and I saw the coyote tip over.

So we killed 2 coyotes and called in a Bobcat on that one stand. My 3" 12 ga 1-3/8 oz loads of TSS #3 shot did a great job on these coyotes.

We ended up getting 8 coyotes for the day. It was a great day!

IMG_0651 by https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/, on Flickr
 

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Great pictures. Thanks for sharing.
What Model FoxPro is that? Any model # other than just X-Wave? My many years old one has bit-the-dust and am looking for a new one.
 

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Great pictures. Thanks for sharing.
What Model FoxPro is that? Any model # other than just X-Wave? My many years old one has bit-the-dust and am looking for a new one.
All of the Foxpro e-callers with the TX-1000 remotes are great callers.

I like having two speakers to point them in the directions I want them pointed. So I would go with the XWAVE or the Shockwave.

The Hi-Jack, X2S and X24 are also good e-callers that come with the TX-1000 remote.
 

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On the very first stand, I had my shotgun, and my Foxpro X-Wave was about 20 yards out in front of me. My hunting buddy JP7mag was up on a ridge to my left about 100 yards away.

After playing Bay Bee Cottontail for about 6 or 7 minutes a coyote ran up and stopped about 15 yards to the left of my Foxpro. Just as I shot that coyote with my shotgun I heard JP7mag's 243 Win go off just a split second after I shot.

We ended up with two dead coyotes. JP7mag couldn't see the coyote I shot, and I couldn't see the coyote he shot. It was very close to be a simultaneous double!

A few stands later I had a double come in, but I only shot one of them.
IMG_0599 - Copy by Robert Morris, on Flickr

Later in the day I shot a coyote with my shotgun about 20 yards to the left of my Foxpro.

A few minutes later a Bobcat showed up.
IMG_0614 by Robert Morris, on Flickr

IMG_0626 by Robert Morris, on Flickr

As I was watching this Bobcat walk off to my left, I saw movement just above and a little past the Bobcat. It was another coyote and it stopped. It had not been stopped more than a few seconds when I heard JP7mag's 243 go off again and I saw the coyote tip over.

So we killed 2 coyotes and called in a Bobcat on that one stand. My 3" 12 ga 1-3/8 oz loads of TSS #3 shot did a great job on these coyotes.

We ended up getting 8 coyotes for the day. It was a great day!

IMG_0651 by Robert Morris, on Flickr
Do you get a bounty for them?
 

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