I'm going to have to stop now to get ready for bow season. If i went only three times a week my wife might start thinking i have a girlfriend. I live in bfe so i can go hunting 1 mile in any dir. from my house. To and from work everyday. I'm ate up with the yote hunting
Mike that's the way i want to live -down in behind BFE ,where a guy can grab his pack and rifle and head out hunting.
I moved to idaho several months ago and for now am stuck in a stinking apartment.Hopefully within another year i'm going to find a roost out yonder.
I went through Oklahoma coming here to idaho rolled out hwy 40 from one side of the state to the other -absolutely beautiful state and looks like coyote heaven.
I've traveled a good bit by vehicle and arkansas is another beautiful state.
I love hunting coyotes in the woods -anywhere for that matter- but hunting them in open hardwoods is my favorite.
Best to you -Mike
AIPAC for president !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I was driving up to a spot bowhunting on friday and saw a nice bobcat. First I thought he was a coyote, but by the way he moved you just knew he was a cat. He stopped directly in the middle of the road and watched me for about a minute, about 250 yards down a straight stretch of road.
I second guesed myself thinking he was a coyote just because of his size. Then he scampered off the road, no tail. Of course I had to chase him. Never saw him again.
Season opens in December here, I got one two years ago just by luck. Never know just have those tags handy.