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Baiting coyotes

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Unread 11-20-2012, 07:02 PM
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Baiting coyotes

Anyone have experience with this?
We're keeping all the deer carcasses from rifle season in a spare freezer for when it gets cold and a good amount of snow and place it at the end of a 300yd shooting lane cut threw a swamp we use for rifle season. we have a 8x8' inclosed heated deer stand to set in on a moonlite night.
Any ideas or suggestions to add?
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    Unread 11-21-2012, 12:39 AM
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    Re: Baiting coyotes

    It depends on how nocturnal the yotes are.

    Around here they are very nocturnal.

    However, last month we go two off of an elk carcass in the day light. Very unusual...
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    Re: Baiting coyotes

    Put them out long in advance so the yotes find them. I have had our deer carcasses out for a week and a half with a game camera watching over it and have not had a visit yet, lots of crows and hawks and turkeys but no yotes yet, but coyote tracks 50yds away. Last year I put a deer carcass out on a berm between the bean fields that I seen coyotes use during deer season it took a month for them to finially hit it, not sure why.
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    Re: Baiting coyotes

    Don't you guys eat deer meat. Maybe I'm missing something. ?
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    Re: Baiting coyotes

    Quote:
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    Don't you guys eat deer meat. Maybe I'm missing something. ?
    carcass = bones/rib cage after deboning....
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    Re: Baiting coyotes

    X2 on the deboning the meat whats left heads legs bones tallow and unuseable scraps
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    Re: Baiting coyotes

    OK. . Thank you. Up here it has a lot to do with population densities. The birds help a lot tho they can really eat a lot.
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