Dang Coyotes!!

Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by Carl, Dec 14, 2003.

  1. Carl

    Carl 12 pointer

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    I've been waiting for a snow so I could go track down some rabbits.
    We had about 1 in. this morning in Ohio county so off I went. I found several rabbit tracks but every time I started following them they suddenly would be joined by coyote tracks.
    I finally gave up....coyotes are getting to be a problem in Ohio county. They are every where. I think I will start coyote hunting..
    carl
     
  2. RutNBuck

    RutNBuck 12 pointer

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    you should have tracked them down and shot a few of them..
    that would have been some fun times they are getting bad

    "A wise indian once said,the more you move the less you will see,the less you move the more you will see"

    " I live to hunt, but my wife says i may be hunting a place to live"
     
  3. Multidigits

    Multidigits BBBC Members

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    They could be NR coyotes on top of that!
     
  4. bearhoundsman

    bearhoundsman 6 pointer

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    start shooting them that's how we treat them dang things down here.
     
  5. It is unbelievable how many coyotes we have now. They are destroying the rabbit population. Quail are down also. I reckon coyotes are getting their young too.
    C Man

    Obey the rules, and we will all be glad later.
     
  6. N2MyWake

    N2MyWake 10 pointer

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    I heard that if you really did start making a dent in the coyote population they would sense that and begin reproducing at 2x the normal rate.

    Western Kentucky Boy
     
  7. Larry Carter

    Larry Carter 8 pointer

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    Not true. Pup survival just goes up--birth rate stays the same. Want fewer 'yotes? Support wolf reintroduction.
     
  8. P. Beyer

    P. Beyer 12 pointer

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    <blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by adam</i>
    <br />They also kill <b>FREE ROAMING HOUSECATS</b>.
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    [:D]

    "It makes no difference whether I got anything; it has to do with how the day was spent"

    Fred Bear
     
  9. bearhoundsman

    bearhoundsman 6 pointer

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    i know how to thin out a yote population but it is not exacally ethical, but works really well i don't have the problem with them on my place that i used to.
     
  10. N2MyWake

    N2MyWake 10 pointer

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    tell us more. Truely hypothetically speaking...

    Western Kentucky Boy
     
  11. Carl

    Carl 12 pointer

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    Sounds like Furadan..
     
  12. Injun 22-250

    Injun 22-250 Fawn

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    Carl, where in Ohio co. are you.Iwill probably be through there Sat.to go to Vogue mine to try to get a cat.If you want me to try to thin them yotes out I will give it a try if possible.This is the only type of hunting I do. (varmint hunting)Thanks and just a thought,if not Sat. then some other time maybe.
     
  13. Carl

    Carl 12 pointer

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    I live near Dundee. I will be out of town sat..

    Maybe sometime I can show you where the yotes are and You can blast them.
    Happy Hunting,
    carl
     
  14. bearhoundsman

    bearhoundsman 6 pointer

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    if anyone is interested in thining out the coyotes email me and i'll give you more info.
     
  15. HardinCountyHunter

    HardinCountyHunter Spike

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    While muzzle loader hunting this afternoon, I had two young does headed toward me. They got to my neighbors fence, then suddenly went on full alert. They snorted at something about 20 times. At first I thought they must have gotten a sniff of me setting on the ground about 30 yards from them. Then the two does took off running like a bat out of hell. Then I saw what had them spooked. A coyote stepped in site and stopped on my side of the fence right where the does were at. I shot him instead. That is the 5th one I have seen this season and the second one my hunting group has killed. They are getting thick.
     

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