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NY Coydogs and deer

Old 11-13-2010, 07:40 PM
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Originally Posted by DougE View Post
In my experience,coyotes have little if any impact on deer movement.Two mornings in a row I had coyotes yipping and howling exactly where I planned on hunting.I ended up seeing multiple deer both mornings and harvested deer both mornings.The effect of coyotes on deer is way over stated.
Bingo.

you see coyotes there are deer around in the east, same as way back when in the west, you see wolves they knew the buffler where not far away.

wolves are killing machines they never impacted a buffler herd and never dented the caribou up north today.

coyotes same thing back east, you see them around its good sign there is game there too but mice dont spend their lives avoiding cats, deer dont walk around worrying about coyotes neither.

people put human thinking and thoughts in animals heads, they dont think liuke humans, thank god, or they'd all need shrinks and pills too.
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Old 11-14-2010, 10:05 AM
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Out on Nov. 13, around Little Valley.In the valley i hunt in, the yotes were making noise all day long. Its time for the state to change hunting dates on these. Rich
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