yotes in SE Ga

Discussion in 'Coyote Hunting - From 10 Yards to over 1,000 Yards' started by bigb00mer, Jul 8, 2012.

  1. bigb00mer

    bigb00mer Active Member

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    here in effingham county
    I have a spot on the river that I have permission to hunt and set my scopes
    which is a blessing.
    I have Muscular Dystrophy and limited in ground coverage.
    What time,etc would be good for calling them in on the marshy
    area.

    have a a Hbar 223 1:7 20" barreled ar
    also have a 7mm mauser and 17hmr bull barreled
    and bull barreled 204

    so can reach out and touch one, with a cpl rifles which one ?
     
  2. jwp1964

    jwp1964 Active Member

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    Low light times would be best for calling in my experience, but have seen them respond mid-day in colder weather. As far as your rifles go I'd let the distance you maybe shooting determine it. If 150 yards or less and you're a great shot you could make head shots with the .17, but if you can shoot 150+ yards you might want something a little heavier. the .223 and 204 you described sound great.
     

  3. bigb00mer

    bigb00mer Active Member

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    I have made head shots at 300-500 yards
    former USMC 0317
    also made top gun at the police academy
    head shots leave shorter blood trails :)lightbulb
     
  4. patience

    patience Well-Known Member

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    Congratulations on the accomplishments. gun)

    Early morning seems to work best for me. But it has been said that you can't shoot 'em from the porch. There is some truth to that. A bad day huntin' beats a good day workin' every time.:rolleyes:
     
  5. bigb00mer

    bigb00mer Active Member

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    picked a Thompson contender today with 17 remington and 7kk-tcu
    what should I expect from them