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Unread 01-10-2012, 08:28 PM
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Re: Kentucky Coyotes

Takes much more than that to discourage me the hunting should be picking up soon, breeding season and hopefully some colder weather. I haven't tried any public land yet only hunting private farms. Have a few chicken farms to hit up as well, they tell me they've never been hunted there so hopefully their dumb....lol
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    Re: Kentucky Coyotes

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    Takes much more than that to discourage me the hunting should be picking up soon, breeding season and hopefully some colder weather. I haven't tried any public land yet only hunting private farms. Have a few chicken farms to hit up as well, they tell me they've never been hunted there so hopefully their dumb....lol
    The chicken farms sounds like a great setup. Let us know how that turns out.
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    Takes much more than that to discourage me the hunting should be picking up soon, breeding season and hopefully some colder weather. I haven't tried any public land yet only hunting private farms. Have a few chicken farms to hit up as well, they tell me they've never been hunted there so hopefully their dumb....lol
    Got a chicken in distress call?
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    Got a chicken in distress call?
    My Foxpro has one. You could also stake out a live chicken and wait in ambush. I have talked with two different hunters this week that have had good luck doing that. No kidding.
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    Unread 01-12-2012, 06:18 PM
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    Re: Kentucky Coyotes

    Tried my luck today in all the snow and wind. two different stands.....two hours.....no yotes.....but a great time anyway.
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    My Foxpro has one. You could also stake out a live chicken and wait in ambush. I have talked with two different hunters this week that have had good luck doing that. No kidding.
    A buddy of mine in Missouri caught one of his sisters chickens in a snare trap and killed a bobcat on his way in to get the yard bird out.....I bet it would work..
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