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Discussion in 'Varmint Hunting' started by jritz27, Feb 12, 2016.

  1. jritz27

    jritz27 Spike

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    Sep 2, 2012
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    I'm new to coyote hunting and was curious where would be some key places to set up stand here in these eastern ky mountains? I don't have many open fields or strip jobs to hunt just mostly wooded areas. Didn't know if I need to setup in deep valleys, low gaps, or points. Any info would be very helpful
     
  2. KyHillyBilly

    KyHillyBilly 6 pointer

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    I'm still learning to hunt the timber for coyotes. I know in my parts they like to hang out in swampy bottoms.
     
  3. bkb60

    bkb60 Spike

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    east ky
    i use to do some work over there at czar coal, might see if they would let ya hunt over there. that area holds alot of coyotes.
     
  4. Coyote_Commander

    Coyote_Commander Spike

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    In the mornings hunt the ridges and call down into the hollers. Late evenings hunt the hollers. Try two speakers with one pointing over each side of the ridge to up your odds. You will kill more in the timber.
     
  5. Glendale John

    Glendale John 6 pointer

    Check the bottoms for scat to find travel routes. I know when I hunted the Ky. side of Big South Fork park for hogs we sat depending on wind on hillsides overlooking bottoms along creek areas. Coyotes traveled the creeks. I wonder if Eastern coyotes bed on top of hills like they do out West? You'd need to scout the area to find covert routes to a stand then.
     

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