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Predator 20/21


whaler1

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Most are from putting road kill deer in strategic locations with spy point cameras. Road kills are plentiful and free. Once the yotes are patterned we hunt the locations based on wind.
2am to 6am is when most are shot.
The “rut” has started so in addition to hunting bait we call over decoys near the bait locations. We have a real big guy coming out back now, multiple pics.
He doesn’t touch the bait, Trying to howl him in over decoy late tonight, early tomorrow. IMG_2113.JPG


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Been quiet but had a visitor tonight.

My daughter made a great shot. IMG_2138.thumb.JPG.a7be5aa574172e2aa007a54fa2e89032.JPGIMG_2141.thumb.JPG.1a9c01388c818d638154e2bc23bcb7d6.JPG

Was facing towards us, she put the round dead center in its chest. IMG_4525.jpeg

 

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We see a lot of " mange " in Niagara ! One of the " arguments " postured by the antis that the mange will serve as a natural from of control rather than us shooting them lol ! Have pictures of one coyote we took with mange so bad it would not have survived ! 2 weeks later we took a prime **** with a perfect coat in the same field !

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" Raggedy " ? mange [ lice ]

It wasn’t mangy. It’s fur was all matted around its neck and hind quarters, and you could tell it had started to rub its back alittle due to mating season

 

 

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