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Franklin nails a coyote at 1056

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Old 06-08-2012, 02:55 PM
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Re: Franklin nails a coyote at 1056

We found kids to shoot the ones with milk on their chins . If you can't shoot wolves one of the next best things for helping fawns and calves is to shoot bears. F&G did a study in the 70's up in Salmon where they removed all the bears they could. The elk numbers tripled within a few years. As the bear numbers came back the elk population dropped until it was back to normal. I just saw two of the smallest fawns I have ever seen on Monday so they are hitting the ground and you can bet the bears will be trying to catch them along with any other predator.
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