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Old 11-05-2007, 09:38 AM
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I always go after the coyotes hard in February.... That is when the males "rut" so to speak and like bucks, they lower their defenses looking for females.... I go to a processor or butcher and get a 5 gallon bucket full of chicken guts.... dump them atop one of my fields, set up about 50 yards in favor of the wind, and paly predator calls.... On a good day we have picked off 4-5 coyotes.
I have never not had at least one coyote come in to the smell of fresh chicken guts....

The yotes are definitley under control on my property.
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Old 11-05-2007, 10:57 AM
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I shot a spike last week @ 9 yards, a complete pass thru and watched him run about 40 yards away. As he was staggering away a pack of about 15 coyotes came in from downwind-I guess smelling the blood he was pumping out- and had him dragged down, dead, and munching on him within 2 minutes! I wasn't about to confront them with the pack mentality but watched them fascinated & horrified by the sight of watching them attack that that deer.........but the scariest thing was having to listen to that deer SCREAM while being attacked.
Coyotes are on my hit list now.
A pack of 15 huh? Dang man thats a lot of yote dogs. The biggest group I have ever saw was 6. Didn't know coyotes ran in such big packs, thought that was wolves.....
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Old 11-05-2007, 12:02 PM
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bigjim glad to see someone else noticed that,,boyee thats one wild story ,must be a kid with a wild imagination.you can read some crazy stuff on here,
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