Few Coyote Pics

Discussion in 'Trophy Photos' started by Song Dog, Jan 26, 2009.

  1. Song Dog

    Song Dog Member

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    Where they fell. I put the FX5 there for the pic.
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    Rhetts (7 yrs) 1st coyote
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    Now the happy group pic (Dad, Grace 3, Rhett 7)
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    In Christ,

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  2. Kevin Cram

    Kevin Cram <b>SPONSOR</b>

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    Great Pics, those first 2 dogs are huge!! That's awesome that your 7 year old was able to take one also.
     
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  3. Song Dog

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    Thanks Kevin, I was real pleased how Rhett handled himself, like a season coyote caller:)

    Also, thanks for the heads up.

    In Christ,

    Song Dog
     
  4. Broz

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  5. benlow

    benlow Active Member

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    Song Dog if I saw coyotes as big as the first two in CA, I would think we had wolves move in. Those are great pictures. Are you using a sling to pack out your coyotes? I am referring to picture number two. I hunt quite a ways from the road sometimes and have been saving hides. I have been looking for alternatives to skinning them in the field.
     
  6. nfhjr62

    nfhjr62 Well-Known Member

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    I have always woundered what you do with the yote pelt, is there a bounty invalved or what, should make a nice coat for the wife.
     
  7. Song Dog

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    I do use a sling. I quit using that one because the loops (noose style knot) is hard to loosen up when you take it off. I took some rubber hose, ran a rope threw it and on each end of the rope put a link from a chain. Then I just loop the rope threw the chain link and put the legs in it. Tightens up with weight and a WHOLE EASIER to get it undone:)

    BTW- The second pic coyote weighed 38 lbs and the first pic was even bigger yet, didn't scale him. I would say he pushed 40+ easy maybe close to 45. But got to keep in mind most of my coyotes look big because I am only 5'5" and a buck 35:):)

    In Christ,

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  8. mikebob

    mikebob Well-Known Member

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    Those are some very nice yotes, glad to see the kids out with you huntin.