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Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by Clayne B, Aug 28, 2012.
No Coyote today...
It was very windy this evening, but pretty to make up for it
Wow - great pic! thanks for sharing.
Better luck next time.
Yeah try try again... lol its fun to just get out. even if i dont get anything
I think it says something about your success rate that NOT getting a yote is newsworthy...keep it up, you'll keep getting more
Like the mountains and view, I'm jealous, I always say "A bad day hunting is better than a good day at work"
Went out again this evening, I took my 5 year old daughter with me. I had a Coyote charge in bouncing like a deer threw the sage brush, it stopped about 10 yards from me. but all i could see were its ears. it ended up going down wind of me and it was outa there. She got to see it all, it was very cool, afterward I asked her did you see it? She said "DAD WHY DIDNT YOU SHOOOOT IT!!!" it was great!
My daughter (17yo) and I were hunting deer last winter and a coyote passed by disappearing into the brush. She googled and downloaded a dying rabbit call to her iPhone and called it back out. He won't make that mistake again!
Priceless follow up.........and to the first post and in general I believe even an uneventful day hunting is still a PRETTY good day.
Looks like a beautiful day friend... HEY! there's that red dog again!
Nothing this evening... but it was nice to just sit there
Had to work about 50 miles from home so I made a stop to see if i could call anything in, I seen 1 coyote at about 250 yards, i seen it run between one tree and the other. But i never seen it after that. All in good fun
Living where I do in western Colorado, I think I'm a lucky man. I think you are too. Great pic of that red dog, nice background too.
Maybe it's age or maybe it's just overal maturity but I can go hunting and not take an animal. I'm pretty content taking pictures and just seeing wildlife and being at one with nature.
I like to solitude and no one atound to pester me, like my wife......
Could be why I farm too.
I worked at ranching and as an outfitter for almost 30 years before back injuries forced me to find another way to make a living. I really miss the solitude of the ranch.
I'm with you on the enjoyment of just being out hunting. I was out hunting marmots last weekend when I came upon this coyote. I picked up my rifle to shoot, and he just stood there looking at me, from maybe 40 yards? I wished hem well and watched him go. That felt better than shooting him would have.
Now you couldn't have told me that 30 years ago.