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Trying to get into coyote hunting. . . sort of lost

 
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Old 11-29-2010, 10:19 AM
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Re: Trying to get into coyote hunting. . . sort of lost

If you're in an agricultural area, look for animal producers as places to hunt. It doesn't matter if it's chickens, pigs or cattle; when these animals are raised in quantity it will attract lots of coyotes. Around here, it's mostly cattle so I scout for coyotes by looking for cattle producers. When I've found them, I've found coyotes, guaranteed. And as a bonus, you can also guarantee that you've found a landowner who wants his coyotes shot.

You might also want to check out coyoteschool.blogspot.com as an educational source.

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Old 11-29-2010, 10:43 AM
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Re: Trying to get into coyote hunting. . . sort of lost

That is my experience as well...

Turns out we are heading over to Alberta to visit the in-laws for Christmas they have a pig farm appr 3/4 mile south and cattle ranch right across the road...

I don't have to go far to find coyotes there last time I was out I watched 7 bedded down 500 yards behind the house (taking my 6mm-284 this year for these guys) and only walked 300 yards from the house across the road to set up shot the first one @ 40 yards it came in from over 500 yards used my Primus Ki-Yi call taking my Foxpro FX3 and Jack in the Box decoy this year...

Rifles I'm taking this year are...

Robinson Arms XCR-L with 18.6" barreled uppers in 223 loaded with 60gr Sierra HP's & 6.8 SPC loaded with 95gr TTSX
Sako 85 Grey Wolf 22" barrel in 22-250 loaded with 52gr Speer HP's & 55gr Ballistic Tips
Older made in Germany Voere long action 22" barrel in 6mm-284 loaded with 70gr Ballistic Tips

Here is the coyote I shot 300 yards across the road from the house used my T/C Contender carbine in 223 loaded with 40gr V-Max @ 3400fps (leaving it at home this year also have a 204 Ruger barrel for it now) temp was -34 C = freaking cold...



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