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Old 12-21-2010, 09:08 PM
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Coyote hunting articles always state to have the wind in your face, or at least have a crosswind. Yes, I would prefer that for sure, but it is not always the case. At times you cannot reach your selected stand location from the right direction due to snow or a locked gate, which means to either have the wind at your back or go home. Read More...
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