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Foxpro's FOXBANG!

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Unread 02-07-2012, 12:34 PM
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Re: Foxpro's FOXBANG!

Only one with the FoxPro. It was breezy and he came in down wind and must have scented me about 300 yards out. He just turned and wandered off in a different direction. I would have shot him had I realized he was gonna do that. When I realized what was happening he went behind a small rise and I never saw him again.

After that I have made eight or so stands up by Sundance and haven't seen a thing. The one area is being trapped on the northern border so I think that is my problem there. I have spent most of my time in this area being it is where I saw several coyotes when I was deer hunting.

So... I am itching to get one soon! I tried bobcat calling yesterday with a kitten distress call. The wind was blowing too much for the sound to carry very far so that might have hurt me.

It is hunting therefore I am having fun!!
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Unread 02-08-2012, 12:42 AM
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Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Newcastle, Wy
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Re: Foxpro's FOXBANG!

Hey Casey, try this. The night before u plan to hunt go out and use one of those free sirens and do some locates. If you have a GPS mark the spots u think they are and then plan your set up with google earth and a weather app of some kind to get wind direction.
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