How To Make A Coyote Laugh

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  1. ADMIN

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    This is a thread for discussion of the article, How To Make A Coyote Laugh, By Jim See. Here you can ask questions or make comments about the article.
     
  2. HUAINAMACHERO

    HUAINAMACHERO Well-Known Member

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    Very nice story!!! Inspiring.
     

  3. mark223

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    Your story reminds me of .. well... me. In 1965 I bought a fox call direct from Burnam Bros in TX. As you said, one page of directions, no internet, no videos, just that it had to sound like a baby crying. Well I must not have heard the correct babies. Jim and I went to the river, set back to back and I started calling. Soon Jim started to shake, then I did too. We were laughing harder with each squak or squeel I made. WHAT KIND OF A DUMB A** COYOTE OR FOX WOULD COME TO ANYTHING THAT SOUNDED SO STUPID AS THIS. And none did. A big hawk did land in a tree not far away and study us so maybe we weren't quite as bad as we thought.

    Also!... I had with me a .303 Brit that I "personally" ordered and bought out of the back of Outdoor Life. I guess those days are gone :cool:

    That hunt was not exactly my best hunt but I still remember it and smile each time I do. Thanks
     
  4. Lyons7STW

    Lyons7STW Well-Known Member

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    That was freakin hilarious, I maybe peed a little, laughin at it. :D
    Growin up in east Texas on a good size ranch, I can't imagine coyotes being a novelty. I knew the local pack's howl as well as my mother's voice.
     
  5. kenpcpilot

    kenpcpilot Active Member

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    I was about 11-13 years old my friend's father woke as we heard coyotes yipping outside. They had a large farm and coyotes often preyed upon chickens, rabbits and even a few cats. They coyotes had been killing the rabbits in their hutches but biting their feet through the wire flooring. He was loading his very old Winchester 30-30 and pulled back the hammer inside the house. His thumb slipped off and he discharged a round through the wall shooting off the doorbell that was sparking and smoking. Funny as it was it was a great lesson for me to see "NO LOADING WEAPONS IN THE HOUSE!"
     
  6. Gonehowlin

    Gonehowlin New Member

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    I try to get in a good story befor starting my day out here in Eastern Oregon,this one was a good one,the humor put me in a good mood and I thank the author!