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On a roll with the Foxpro

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Unread 01-02-2012, 05:55 PM
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On a roll with the Foxpro

This was a morning to behold. First stand and six came in running as hard as they could 200 yards across a pasture. When one stopped four feet from the Foxpro, I put a 50 grain Hornady from my 22-250 behind its shoulder. The rest split and I cut air with my other four shots. Yep, poor shooting, but loads of fun![IMG]coyote2. jpg[/IMG]
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    Unread 01-02-2012, 08:55 PM
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    Re: On a roll with the Foxpro

    That's awesome. I just got a FoxPro and I am chomping at the bit to use it. Hopefully the coyotes respond the same way. What call were you using?
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    Had to be patient on this stand. Started with Lightening Jack and then moved to dying jack. 15 minutes into the stand and nothing. Threw in a few yote vocals. Then I switched back to lightening jack and they stormed in.
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    Unread 01-02-2012, 09:08 PM
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    Re: On a roll with the Foxpro

    Here is another thing to add to your hunt: Here in Arkansas, we have a lot of crows. Pack your shotgun and plenty of express range 2 3/4 inch shells in #6 or #7 1/2. Go to an area with medium growth brush or timber and play some crow vocals. You will get plenty of trigger time doing this. I killed 10 crows in addition to the coyote.
    By the way, you will want to change out your full choke for a modified or improved cylinder.
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    Unread 01-02-2012, 09:57 PM
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    Thanks man. I hope to be able to try this in the morning.
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    Unread 01-02-2012, 11:26 PM
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    Re: On a roll with the Foxpro

    If that's a stock fury it doesn't have foxbang, u can send it to foxpro and have it put in and oh man does it work! I called in 3 one time dumped the front one and foxbang turned one of the others around and I got him as well!
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    Re: On a roll with the Foxpro

    If that's a stock fury it doesn't have foxbang, u can send it to foxpro and have it put in and oh man does it work! I called in 3 one time dumped the front one and foxbang turned one of the others around and I got him as well!
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