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Coyote Hunting, Predatorial Series #3 - "Coyote In The Crosshairs"

  1. ADMIN

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  2. royinidaho

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    It's Monday morning and I have bunches of stuff to do and have done nothing but read articles.

    This is a good and informative read. Much good information. Good work!

    I'd also like to say that, to my eyes, those are some of the most appropriately camo'd rifles I've seen for their specific purpose. Most rifles are camo'd to please 'man's' eyes. These are very functional + pleasing to look at.
     

  3. Len Backus

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    Greg is going to camo my own new AR-15...which will be chambered in 243 WSSM.

    He does great work.
     
  4. ARPredatorHunters

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    Thanks Roy for the kind words on the camo paint. To me, when you can't hardly see it is when it looks the best. Camo is my favorite color :)
     
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    good reading greg. we sure think alike in a lot of ways. i to have been hunting those pesky varmints for a long time...also from the south (AL). heres you a standing invitation to come out west and hunt some of our song dogs. AJ
     
  6. ARPredatorHunters

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    Thanks for the invite, dogdinger, can extend the same back this way in Arkansas or Oklahoma.
     
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    I find those coyote articles to be useful. Good job. Just read all three of them in the last hour. Its interesting on how much them coyotes effect the game population and how any distress call should work.
     
  8. ARPredatorHunters

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    Thanks. I am gearing up to do another series for LongRangeHunting real soon.

    Greg
     
  9. Len Backus

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    Applause! Yeahhhh!
     
  10. ARPredatorHunters

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    Hi Len :)

    Will send you a couple or so here in a week or so.
     
  11. Bman940

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    Greg, I really enjoyed your third write up on coyote hunting. Unfortunately I missed the first 2, where can I find them at?
    I look forward to actually dedicating hunting time this year to just coyotes.
    Guys tell me I will regret it, much like they said about turkey hunting which is now my favorite game bird to chase. Thanks!
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    Thanks Greg, I enjoyed the 1st 2 articles as well. I guess I can now partly blame you if I get grief from my wife for wanting to go coyote hunting to often.
    Thank goodness it seems like we have a lot of them in N. Texas.
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  14. ARPredatorHunters

    ARPredatorHunters Well-Known Member

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    You have no shortage of them in your area. I hunt pretty much exclusively in Arkansas and Oklahoma, but will make a trip or three into TX this year if things go as planned. Harass your wife by chasing her around all the time and then she will be happy to get you out of the house for some coyote hunting hahaha