Re: Coyote hunting
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does the Crow figure move? I'd like to see that in action.
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The crow is about a 3/4 scale in size and is just a cheap, blow molded, shell. It has a spike molded where the legs should be. I just pick a spot that can be seen from a decent distance so if a coyote comes sneaking in to check things out they will see it and come in more. The rabbit is just tossed on the ground near the crow as the cherry on top.
The yote that came in to this setup had to squeeze through a fence to get to me. He looked at me and the setup as he did so. I was unable to shoot at this time for fear of damaging the farmers equipment near by. As the coyote approached the decoys he figured out something was wrong. The coyotes body language said "Hmmm? Mr. Crow ain't moving. Mr. Rabbit don't smell. And that thing with the tube keeps lookin' at me. SEE YA'!" And with that I squeezed and he ran and I squeezed again. The tail went up and the flame came out. Landing gear up and woosh, he was gone.
GRAVITY. It's not just a good idea. It's the LAW!