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Does this happen to anyone else?

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Old 01-12-2011, 11:09 PM
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Re: Does this happen to anyone else?

Originally Posted by blipelt View Post

I would have loved to see all of them dead, but my 16year old neuphew still gets pretty excited. I am not to worried about educating them at this point everybody and there mother calls around there. Kinda why I quit coyote hunting, everyone was getting into it.

Thank Randy Anderson and Foxpro for that.

I dont mind people hunting em. But use your head!

I see guys blaring the foxpro's on full power for 40 straight minutes with no pauses, or calling from pickups or sleds.....and they wonder why all the coyotes stall out at half a mile! So many lazy people out there.

Gotta be smarter than the coyote.
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