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Coyote Hunting Predatorial Series #3 - Coyote In The Crosshairs By Greg Ballard

 
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Re: Coyote Hunting Predatorial Series #3 - Coyote In The Crosshairs By Greg Ballard

Sadly my wife is a marathon runner and I am not, so the catching usually happens as my son and I try to get out of the house. Where do you hunt in Tx Greg?
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Re: Coyote Hunting Predatorial Series #3 - Coyote In The Crosshairs By Greg Ballard

I have not gotten a chance to hunt in TX yet. I have a friend though who has access to some ranches there and said I could come down that way if I liked after the deer season ends. Would be some place out around Lubbock
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Re: Coyote Hunting Predatorial Series #3 - Coyote In The Crosshairs By Greg Ballard

I deer hunted up there last year with a buddy and his son and my son. We had 16 deer in 4 hours. No shortage of coyote food up there.
Let me know if you go and want some company. It's a 4-5 hour drive for me and the learning opportunity would be great.
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Re: Coyote Hunting Predatorial Series #3 - Coyote In The Crosshairs By Greg Ballard

which part of TX are you to be 4 or 5 hours of Lubbock area.
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Re: Coyote Hunting Predatorial Series #3 - Coyote In The Crosshairs By Greg Ballard

I live SW of Denton. It might be closer to 3.5 hrs. Depends on my driving for that day.
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Re: Coyote Hunting Predatorial Series #3 - Coyote In The Crosshairs By Greg Ballard

You are about 4 to 5 hours of me then.
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Re: Coyote Hunting Predatorial Series #3 - Coyote In The Crosshairs By Greg Ballard

That's not bad.
Let me know when you want some company Greg.
I can usually get free during the week too.
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