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Unread 05-08-2011, 02:55 AM
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New coyote hunter question

Guys, will be hunting coyotes for the first time in the next month or so, nuisance dogs.

What do I do with the carcass?
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    Unread 05-08-2011, 07:06 PM
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    Re: New coyote hunter question

    What do "you" do with the carcasses?

    You could cook and eat 'em,
    Cook 'em and feed 'em to the dog,
    Grind 'em into a meal for feeding the dog,
    Put 'em on your buddy's porch........

    OR

    do as I do and leave 'em where they fall. Hides aren't any good this time of year.
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    Unread 05-08-2011, 08:49 PM
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    Re: New coyote hunter question

    Throw em some where so no one will see them. I drag mine to edge of property or to truck and toss em in a ditch.
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    Unread 05-09-2011, 02:54 AM
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    Re: New coyote hunter question

    Ok thanks, just needed to hear it from somebody.

    So while on the topic, when are the skins good, and do people buy them or take them? I can't think of anything I would want them for.
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    Re: New coyote hunter question

    Depending where you are, hides start getting good after halloween and end when they start shedding/rubbing towards Feb.

    Search for the thread showing how to skin 'em with compressed air. I'm gonna give it a try. Then have a coat/vest/jacket made of the hides.

    They hides aren't worth much. Plus the things stink pretty bad. Need a cork or something for their butt.
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    Re: New coyote hunter question

    I just leave they where they lie...usually. I do have one hunting buddy I go with who's neighbor will tan/trade them when they're good and my buddy will take them good ones.
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    Re: New coyote hunter question

    Worms and buzards gotta eat to. Have skinned them, never will again.
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