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Anyone do much late season coyote hunting?

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Unread 04-23-2011, 08:52 PM
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Re: Anyone do much late season coyote hunting?

EFR that is a big dog. Did you weigh him by any chance? We hunt them a little bit in the "off" season. I am turkey hunting next week and with any luck at all we will get our birds the first day, and then we intend to coyote hunt the next couple of days. I enjoy it much more in the brutal cold winter though...
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    Unread 04-23-2011, 10:30 PM
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    Re: Anyone do much late season coyote hunting?


    hunt year round some of the best hunting is june thru sept
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    Unread 04-24-2011, 08:52 PM
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    Mark: I never weighed him, but I wish I did. A lot of folks that see the picture ask the same thing. He was the biggest I saw this year, but we get some pretty big ones. Neighbor down the street shot a 61lb male during deer season a few years ago.
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    Re: Anyone do much late season coyote hunting?

    Yote season in SC is 24-7 we kill all we can. A freind lost 3 calfs last to yotes year so we went nuts on them.
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    I hunt them all year around. Sometimes in summer I will hunt mid day by sitting on hill overlooking water source instead of calling. It works out pretty good on the 100*+ days. Did 4 sets last weekend and called in 5 (my 11yr old daughter was doing the calling) on 95* day,I only shot 3. Hell I like just getting out there with the kids.
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    Re: Anyone do much late season coyote hunting?

    Anytime is a good time!!
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    Re: Anyone do much late season coyote hunting?

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    Originally Posted by Big Sky
    I hunt them year' round. I figure when the coyotes take a break from killing the local deer, antelope, birds, and calves, I will take a break from killing them. Haven't had a break yet. ;)
    I'm with Big Sky, I don't give 'em a break. When they stop chasing/killing fawns, I'll think about it, but I probably won't stop then either.

    I may not be able to kill them all, but I can certainly put a dent in the population.

    Good hunting, Bowhunter57
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