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Coyote problem

Old 06-14-2006, 05:54 AM
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Our land owner doesn't want us to put traps out and I have read you can poison them using raw chicken and a few other none toxic additives......but i would hate to endanger any other critters. I was sitting in my stand and 6 of them popped out of a creek, walked in a line for a hundred yards.........I picked the big one in the front which i am assuming is alpha male and popped his ass. of coarse the rest scattered and were gone. we have way to many and shooting them one at a time isnt gonna do it.......
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Old 06-14-2006, 06:39 AM
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Find some one who has coyote hounds. They run them alot around home. They get a lot of coyotes like that. I think more than you could get with your rifle. You can't kill'm all one way or another. You might try baiting them with a road kill deer or something.

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