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Old 03-10-2010, 10:21 PM
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Coyote/Deer dumped in river

I was in my personal vehicle two days ago at the Little Moreau Park. I was fireforming some cases when I was approached by two women who advised me that there was "A bunch of dead animals under the bridge."
I drove down further into the park and found that some rocket scientist had dumped 13 coyotes and 11 deer into a tributary of the Little Moreau River.

I took several photos.




There had been a coyote calling competition down in Dupree, SD. Word is that after finding out that no one was willing to purchase the pelts, guys were just dumping them in piles. There was another dump sight under a bridge in the Cheyenne River Valley.

I'm a life NRA Member and a life long hunter. I also taught hunter safety for five years. Do idiots like this really need a hunting license and weapons? Or do they need crayons and a helmet? If it were up to me, I'd jerk their hunting privileges for life. Idiots like this make the rest of us look like a bunch of hillbillies!

Sooooo, if you are a coyote hunter (as I am) please don't do something like this and cause someone like me to hunt you down and make you pay!!!!

Have a nice day.
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Old 03-10-2010, 10:41 PM
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Re: Coyote/Deer dumped in river

Very sad indeed !!!!!

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Old 03-10-2010, 10:46 PM
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Re: Coyote/Deer dumped in river

Since you know were the coyote hunt was it should be easy to find out the info on who was there unless it was in another STATE if so just turn it over to the other states wildlife agency, i'm sure you know all this.
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Old 03-11-2010, 03:04 AM
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Re: Coyote/Deer dumped in river

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Since you know were the coyote hunt was it should be easy to find out the info on who was there unless it was in another STATE if so just turn it over to the other states wildlife agency, i'm sure you know all this.
Unfortunately, knowing who was there and getting them to admit to committing an EPA violation combined with several game violations is another story. There is also the possibility that it was one of the guys who has been chasing coyotes on a snowmobile and running them over. Waiting to find out more from Game and Fish. We may be able to tell it they were shot or ran over. I think I'll know more tomorrow.
The guys on this site are on the other end of the spectrum from the knuckle heads that did this, but we all know or have known someone who acts this way.
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Old 03-11-2010, 09:00 AM
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Re: Coyote/Deer dumped in river

Man, what a bunch of water heads!!! I don't mind the calling comps but they really need to get a handle on what there going to do with carcasses. Get a backhoe and dig a freaking hole or something but don't pile them up where they will be found and where they will cause problems!! Maybe they need a better way to take a count, like have video like some to the deer hunting comps you see on TV.
I have had to dispose of thousands of coyote carcasses and have never made a mess even close to that!!
I send all my deer carcasses to the county dump, cause there are people looking for this stuff to take pics of it.
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Re: Coyote/Deer dumped in river

And you can be sure that it is these same people who throw their beer cans and Big Gulp cups out the window for other people to pick up.

Last Fall I was up in Utah Manti LaSal National Forest walking a 4 Wheel drive road to a lake and got to counting trash which is something I do professionally. Average trash over about a mile of dirt road was one piece per ten feet of road. Probably the most trashed up National Forest I have seen in a long time.
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Old 03-11-2010, 12:02 PM
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Re: Coyote/Deer dumped in river

Question -- you said the coyotes were left there by coyote contest hunters. How do you think the deer got there?
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