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Old 02-20-2007, 06:57 PM
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Use dog-dung. I cleaned up my yard one day and decided to use it as a cover scent. I kept the bag outside by the garbage cans for a couple days until I threw it in the bed of my truck (bagged up and in a box) and went hunting. I threw it out in the field behind the barn I sit up by, took a seat by the barnand waited. I can see fields everywhere I look and lots of ground to watch them come in. After about 15 mins. and no calls, I saw one coming in. About 6-7 mins went by before I took the shot and dropped HIM at 196 yds. He was headed right up to my German Shepards poop. I use it as much as I can stand to have it laying around my yard,outside my house, or in the field. If the wind is right I will use it and will swear by it.I hunt from the same spot everytime soI only use it if I have it and if the wind is right. The wind is key.....trust me.


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Old 02-28-2007, 11:47 PM
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Dont knock it til ya try it boyz... It DOES kick them into GET OFF MY LAWN MODE. Most all the yotes have been males and are usually rather large. Biggest one was 83 lbs. When most people pursue yotes they
tease the yote with calls and decoys (stomach and eyes), well I go after their nose, and this type of scent makes em' mad, brings out the big boys if ya know what I mean. It was just a suggestion
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Old 03-01-2007, 12:22 AM
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The 83 pound coyote reference put me over the top to question your credibility.The dog poo thing had me guessin, but the 83 pound coyote takes the cake. You outta your mind if you think you shot an 83 pound coyote.
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Old 03-01-2007, 12:26 AM
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83 pound coyote.lol... would you please post a pic of that for us. i would love to see it
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Old 03-01-2007, 08:21 AM
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82 pound coyote and using Dog Poop as a cover scent, I am not saying it ain't true but it does seem weird!!!

Any way, I think that by spreading Doggy poops around your stand would alert the coyotes that something ain't right and keep them away. Just like human scent or noise. If you wanna create that "get of my lawn" response, I would say do it with vocalizations. Then mix in some animal distress sounds and you got yourself a
" I'm in your yard AND eatin your food" picture.

Again, these are my opinions and I ain't knockin anyones secret weapons. And I have never shot a coyote much over 50 pounds.
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Old 03-01-2007, 01:31 PM
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My youngest is still in diapers, anybody ineterested in buying some real cheap poop?????
I'll even bag it and box it for ya!!!!! $0.10 per bag!LOLOLOLOLOL
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