Coyote Hunting Gear

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  1. ADMIN

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    This is a thread for discussion of the article, Coyote Hunting Gear By Tim Titus. Here you can ask questions or make comments about the article.
     
  2. HUAINAMACHERO

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    Some more good tips in this article. Very nice I enjoyed reading it.
    Will be trying some of those tips soon. I like the idea of the arrow shaft and the tied feather, will see how it works.
     

  3. derbyacresbob

    derbyacresbob Well-Known Member

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    Great article Tim! I liked the pictures too.
     
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    Thanks, Bob! And, you know pictures! :D
     
  5. Goofycat

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    Very nicely written article, Tim. I usually don't use a bipod and have been successful by just holding the rifle across my knee(s). You are quite right in that the shooter should be comfortable. I usually use a buttpad and/or a beach chair that allows me to lean back and see the terrain....especially if I am located on a hill and can look down. I am one who is a "minimalist" in that I take as few things as possible due to a bad back. I have found that a large back pack is helpful, and pack it with my camo cover net, caller (Fox Pro and hand calls), binoculars, range-finder, water, snacks, etc. Every piece of equipment means extra weight...especially if I must take a long hike to get to the shooting location.
     
  6. Big Sky

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    Tim that was a very good article. I'm guilty of trying knew gear if I think it might help. The one thing I haven't tried though is a coyote decoy. I've thought about it, but I have yet to convince myself I want to lug one around. May just have to bite the bullet and pick one up soon though as I would really like to see what kind of reactions it would get.
    Troy
     
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    Troy: I've honestly been thinking the same thing. I have some misgivings based on other experience but you never know....

    Tim
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    "No crowds, no limits, no seasons...no bad days."
     
  8. best defense

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    It seems like Tim Titus knows a thing or three about preditor hunting. I wonder if the folks at Preditor Nation would like to have him on as a guest?