Look what I found

Discussion in 'Varmint Hunting' started by Xi Bowhunter, Jul 6, 2009.

  1. bruth223

    bruth223 Fawn

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    i really agree with bigdawg on this one i mean i understand that they are coyotes but they are pretty much defenseless and i mean that would be really unsportsman like to just stomp there head in or shoot them. atleast let them get a little bigger to were they atleast have a chance to get away and test your skills. and all the people that said they would have just stomped there head in or shot them i think when it really came down to it then you would have turned the other cheek cause its a lil easier said than done.:confused:
     
  2. CHL

    CHL 10 pointer

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    Now that right there is funny!
     
  3. kmtpr

    kmtpr 10 pointer

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    Those are cute pups. :cool: Wonder how big they grew by now?
     
  4. KYDEERCHASR

    KYDEERCHASR 10 pointer

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    i guarantee you they arent as cute today as they were then.:rolleyes:
     
  5. Blevins Gap Outdoors

    Blevins Gap Outdoors 12 pointer

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    Keep telling yourself that. I can tell you the people in the area and those little cute ones prey would thank us.
     
  6. FOWLER2671

    FOWLER2671 12 pointer

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    I would shoot a coyote in a heartbeat during deer season or about any other time but killing pups is just a bit harsh.

    I have pics of a female coyote I found on a log while duck hunting a few years ago. I ended up getting within three feet or so of her. Left her a bit of food when I left. I could have shot her but I would have only had a dead coyote instead of the experience of 30 minutes within 10 feet of her.

    Before you get all uppity with me; realize I used to trap back in the 80s and have killed my share of Yotes during deer season as well as a bobcat a couple years ago.
     

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