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Predator 2018-2019

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Didn't get any dogs to come in but we have a ton of raccoons this year. I have a browning trail cam of 9 moving past one of my deer sets. Well one less now!

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On 12/30/2018 at 5:33 PM, steelie said:

Awesome!! Shoot em boys

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Congrats on the dogs it's been tough calling between the rain-20mph winds and no snow they ain't to hungry either.

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This guy was taken just up the road on the left is a grown up field and then huge corn fields. He stuck he's head out of grown up field proximity 75-85 yards sitting down with bipods 50 grain balistic tip 22/250 with fox pro caller with external speaker. When I fist got into this sport the spitfire was 2 Ben Franklin's. So this is what I use. I like the pills I can't wait to poke a yoteScreenshot_2018-10-02-07-54-42.thumb.png.10bec5c5c964ef5703eaacb205f8742e.png

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Finally got out with a good friend east of Rochester. First set, 7 minutes in dog down. Last set called in 5 fox but wind was awful. Great to put one down!! a9ba974c4adb930a2337fccc62c87587.jpg

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There is a fresh dog down on parkway between Greenleaf and dewey going west. Past greenleaf under old train bridge if u wanted the pelt. Saw going to work tonight and couldn't stop

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If I just want to tag along with some buddies on a predator hunt, do I need a license? as in; I have zero intention of pulling a trigger, or even carrying a gun, and just want to sit out and watch the process; does my participation require me to have a license?

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13 minutes ago, LazyRiver585 said:

If I just want to tag along with some buddies on a predator hunt, do I need a license? as in; I have zero intention of pulling a trigger, or even carrying a gun, and just want to sit out and watch the process; does my participation require me to have a license?

If you are not actually doing the shooting, you don't need a license. 

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True and not true. ENCONS discretion as to whether or not one “participated” in a hunt. Most wont jam you up but I could name two that would and have.


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Same as driving deer.


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Got home last night and my dead deer got dragged away while I was gone.
No worries, the parkway is a self replenishing resource.


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2nd sit of the season; 1st successful one.

 

Set up on a cut bean field ~ 8:00 AM, and used the Fox Pro call.  Hit him with the  22-250 @ 150 yards as he can out of the woods circling around downwind of the call. Passed up a shot on a red fox about 10 minutes before he showed up.

 

Total time of sit was 30-45 minutes.  

 

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Great job! That’s awesome!!


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Nice. Congrats I’ll be out in the morning after work


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8 hours ago, JJBat150 said:

2nd sit of the season; 1st successful one.

 

Set up on a cut bean field ~ 8:00 AM, and used the Fox Pro call.  Hit him with the  22-250 @ 150 yards as he can out of the woods circling around downwind of the call. Passed up a shot on a red fox about 10 minutes before he showed up.

 

Total time of sit was 30-45 minutes.  

 

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That's my weapon of choice. Was supposed to go tonight way to windy!! Congrats to your hunt what pill are you using. Also what grain ballistic tip?

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36 minutes ago, Xxx said:

 

That's my weapon of choice. Was supposed to go tonight way to windy!! Congrats to your hunt what pill are you using. Also what grain ballistic tip?

 

I'm shooting a Rem 700 in 22/250 wearing a Bobby Hart AccuBlock Long Range Target / Tactical™ (LRT) stock and running Hornady 50 gr V-Max rounds.  

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20190114_083150.thumb.jpg.7226def80eb9029bd1fd2317bdc7a5c5.jpg20190114_082935_Burst01.thumb.jpg.78c50d4c10b82a05bb080558e29e7d83.jpg20190114_082844.thumb.jpg.ecad51822a30768f33d38f6f4fae5195.jpg20190114_083819.thumb.jpg.69ea879d6c38d189c2f05dc8194bc2dc.jpgI just purchased a 4-16 vortex with light up recticals. It was used for long range competition shooting and the fellow went bigger yet. This scope has all the bells & whistles also. What I thought was the best thing on this scope other than it crisp view was, every other click on the lighted recticals is a off area so once you get the brightness set up you just turn it 1 click and it's lit up back one click and it's off not like others where you turn it on a then adjust brightness of the recticals. Just one click away from on or off, and to your liking of the brightness. I can't wait to mount it. Plus I bought it off a fellow on here!!

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10 hours ago, JJBat150 said:

 

I'm shooting a Rem 700 in 22/250 wearing a Bobby Hart AccuBlock Long Range Target / Tactical™ (LRT) stock and running Hornady 50 gr V-Max rounds.  

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:yes: :yes: :yes:. Some deal other than the stock I'm using the factory stock + mine is in the bull barrel Rem. 700 with Harris bipods. Nice rifle only thing is when you squeeze the trigger half the county knows. Mine really cracks!!

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I only hunt over my bait pile. I had a couple fox come in but nothing as of lately I am thinking of moving it a little further away from the house. Any insight on how far would be good I have a driveway alarm that works great with a camera setup over it. My only thought is that the scent of my dogs might be driving them off? I have had a fisher cat and lots of coons but no yotes yet. Right now it is 100 yards from the house near a field line. My buddy that runs dogs on state land about 3 miles from my house says the state land is loaded with tracks where I'm only getting a few fox tracks. 

 

 

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I only hunt over my bait pile. I had a couple fox come in but nothing as of lately I am thinking of moving it a little further away from the house. Any insight on how far would be good I have a driveway alarm that works great with a camera setup over it. My only thought is that the scent of my dogs might be driving them off? I have had a fisher cat and lots of coons but no yotes yet. Right now it is 100 yards from the house near a field line. My buddy that runs dogs on state land about 3 miles from my house says the state land is loaded with tracks where I'm only getting a few fox tracks. 
 
 

They might not like the camera. I’ve noticed Some cameras like the Wildlife innovations I have now the IR Spooks them butt my more expensive Covert they won’t shy away from. Also in years past ive noticed my bait pile always seems to be more active for Yotes in Feb and March. And Fox city In January


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20190114_083150.thumb.jpg.7226def80eb9029bd1fd2317bdc7a5c5.jpg20190114_082935_Burst01.thumb.jpg.78c50d4c10b82a05bb080558e29e7d83.jpg20190114_082844.thumb.jpg.ecad51822a30768f33d38f6f4fae5195.jpg20190114_083819.thumb.jpg.69ea879d6c38d189c2f05dc8194bc2dc.jpgI just purchased a 4-16 vortex with light up recticals. It was used for long range competition shooting and the fellow went bigger yet. This scope has all the bells & whistles also. What I thought was the best thing on this scope other than it crisp view was, every other click on the lighted recticals is a off area so once you get the brightness set up you just turn it 1 click and it's lit up back one click and it's off not like others where you turn it on a then adjust brightness of the recticals. Just one click away from on or off, and to your liking of the brightness. I can't wait to mount it. Plus I bought it off a fellow on here!!
I have the hog Hunter. I love it. Vortex makes great scopes with good glass for the $$

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