Coyote #6

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by Clayne B, Aug 26, 2012.

  1. Clayne B

    Clayne B Well-Known Member

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    Got this one on the second stand of the day. It came in slow and cautious. I was trying to get it in closer but it would not budge at 175 yards so down she went. Watching it come in for that long really builds up the adrenalin and i really had to take my time on the shot ha ha!!

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    Here is a picture of the first stand.

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  2. emn83

    emn83 Well-Known Member

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    Nice job! you are really knocking them down
     

  3. HARPERC

    HARPERC Well-Known Member

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    How is the Utah bounty system working in the real world?
     
  4. Clayne B

    Clayne B Well-Known Member

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    Have not tryed yet
     
  5. royinidaho

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    How's about me going down there and coming back with that red dog? I think its the key to your success. . .
     
  6. Clayne B

    Clayne B Well-Known Member

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    She helps for sure... Shes a keeper
     
  7. COBrad

    COBrad Well-Known Member

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    Roy, that doesn't look like an Idaho dog to me. She has Colorado written all over her, and my wife would love her.
    That is some nice looking country you are hunting in friend. I make numerous trips into eastern Utah during the winter and spring to shoot prairie dogs and ride my mountain bike. Good work on the yodel pups.
     
  8. Clayne B

    Clayne B Well-Known Member

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    Thank you sir, BTW shes still a Utah dog. :)