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Coyote at the edge of town.

Melissa Revels

Coyote at the edge of town.

Coming to a town near you

In case you doubted because you haven't seen them, coyote are everywhere now. Even in the suburbs. I was deer hunting 1 morning before work and this female critter was following the track of a grey fox that passed through 5 min. prior to my seeing her. I whistled to stop her before she entered a hedgerow 220 yards away and when she turned to chase again, put 1 in the noggin. The dog fell less than 50 yards from the interstate and behind a rest area. The field is right behind a subdivision. Regardless of how that may sound, the shot was outside of city limits and in a safe direction, toward a thick cutover. I am beyond careful when it comes to knowing what's beyond your target. I have more trail camera photos of other coyote in the same area.
December 29, 2012 at 7:16pm
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Posted December 29, 2012 at 7:22pm

Cool deal, I have killed 6 Yotes and 2 of them were in areas that just surprised me...I got a huge 1 on Trail Cam 2 days ago...I hope he crosses the field again when I'm there.

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Posted December 29, 2012 at 8:02pm
Keep 'em thinned out!

My deer gut pile was dug up after several days and I was curious so I set my trail cam over it. Had a great big one and 2 smaller ones in several pics. That was before the kill and I still have not seen the big one myself. Thinking about getting a trapper's license....

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Posted January 03, 2013 at 4:00pm
nice coyote

we got plenty of coyotes and bobcats , mind if i send a few to ya.... lol... they're everywhere for sure.

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Posted January 04, 2013 at 10:51am

You are right about that man...They are coming...just like the pigs....Up until 3 years ago I have never seen the first sign of a pig....Now they are everywhere.....The coyote are really terrible around home though....

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Posted January 05, 2013 at 10:24pm

Congrats on getting the yote.
We had pics of a couple at night in spring / early summer but ain't seen none since deer season come in. I've been keeping my eyes open for a .22 Hornet for yotes and other critters.

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Posted January 06, 2013 at 8:56am

Congrats on the Conservation! I hate seeing the trail cam pictures with a fawn in a yotes mouth. More so they will raid turkey nest and run down turkey.

Now is the best time to hunt these critters with the rut over and food sources drying up. females are pregnant and on the prowl to fatten up. You will have more and more daytime sightings.

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