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Across the street from my house this morning. It’s almost time to whack some. IMG_0631.JPGIMG_0632.JPGIMG_0633.JPG

 

 

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His day will come!


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Send the meat missile ! I can't wait to start whackin n stackin these dogs by me. One of my most productive seasons last year and it seems they came back 10 fold.

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Send the meat missile ! I can't wait to start whackin n stackin these dogs by me. One of my most productive seasons last year and it seems they came back 10 fold.

I have read multiple articles that say that the more coyotes you shoot the more pups they have. Don’t know how true that actually is but we run them with hounds and shoot anywhere from 50-100 a season. They are always back been hunting the same grounds for the last 12+ years


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I can only hope so lol.
Bring em!



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I have read multiple articles that say that the more coyotes you shoot the more pups they have. Don’t know how true that actually is but we run them with hounds and shoot anywhere from 50-100 a season. They are always back been hunting the same grounds for the last 12+ years

 

 

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absolutely. When u look into it, the yotes are one of the most adaptable animals in the country. They know what population the land can sustain and will have litters dependant on that. So yes, the more you shoot, they will just be back next year!

 

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On 9/22/2019 at 3:45 PM, PassalugoFishingInc said:

I have read multiple articles that say that the more coyotes you shoot the more pups they have. Don’t know how true that actually is but we run them with hounds and shoot anywhere from 50-100 a season. They are always back been hunting the same grounds for the last 12+ years

Serious numbers!

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Serious numbers!

Yes we’ve done about a 57 average the last 5 years or so with hounds it all really depends on the weather and caliber of dog. But been lucky and it’s a real easy way to burn an entire winter and get back to fishing!


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if anyone wants to show me the ropes for coyote hunting...shoot me a pm

Bait pile in your backyard and a driveway motion sensor is how Bill and I like to hunt them ! IMG_2653.JPGalarm goes off ya crack the window and shoot um then go back to bed and retrieve them in the morning.


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Try calling. Play the wind. Look at topographical maps to plan strategy. Early season typically affords some pretty easy opportunities.


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During the winter, after deer season we put road kills around the fields at our lease properties. Kill quite a few still hunting them.


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Bait pile in your backyard and a driveway motion sensor is how Bill and I like to hunt them ! IMG_2653.thumb.JPG.07055c589d9a140964fcaef5da777ea3.JPGalarm goes off ya crack the window and shoot um then go back to bed and retrieve them in the morning.


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Great pic Matt

What caliber do you shoot?

 

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Great pic Matt
What caliber do you shoot?
 
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That’s my savage 243 in the pic and I shoot 100gr Hornady deer loads. I also have a 222Rem that’s taken plenty of fur also.


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