coyotes in nc.

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  1. nc.hunter

    nc.hunter G&G Newbie

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    Hello, hope everybody is having good luck, I really want to get out there hunting coyotes so does anyone know of a good place to hunt coyote in north carolina or what county to hunt in,thanks alot.


     
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  2. damage855

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    you are in some of the best Kioti contry around in NC. find a farmer with a good bit of land get his permission and start blasting them away. all you need is a rifle or shotgun and rabbit distress call. that will get you started you can get fancy with decoys and stuff but most of the time I just set up on a hill top give a few calls and watch the wood line. give it a hour or so at one location then go to another if no luck. also next time you go deer hunting save the parts you field dress out and ussaly through away. but that nasty stuff some where kioti will find it early in the morning and you can get a few easly that way. just used that tactic and got 4 monday morning. happy hunting.
     
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  3. nfmMike

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    nc.hunter -you having any luck? I had no idea there was any workable population of yotes in NC. I am right accross the line from you in High Point.
     
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    nchunter/damage855
    I'm in marion nc. we have a lot of them. finding a farmer to let you hunt is pretty hard though
     
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  5. 7mmremmag1995

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    your back porch maybe
     
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    tonssssss over here in montgomery county i just sit in my deer stand and call them with a cotton tail in distress call just send me a private message if you wanna get together.
    Garrett
     
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  7. damage855

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    gwrider if you go toward lenoir you will not have any trouble finding farmers to let you hunt they had alot of trouble last year with calves being killed. I went to two farmers and got permission and after a little success had several calling me to hunt there fields go ask around if you cant find one PM me Ill call some of my farmering buddies and give them your info.
     
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    Until yesterday, I had no idea that coyotes were even in NC.
     
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  9. damage855

    damage855 G&G Newbie

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    Where you at A-10. we are eat up with em around here.
     
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  10. 7mmremmag1995

    7mmremmag1995 G&G Newbie

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    apparantly in his own little world inside n.c.
     
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  11. Seven©

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    I'm in Burke County. Getting to the nuisance line. They've been spotted at my kid's elementary school during daylight hours.
     
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    Well,dont be sending them to school!!! They're smart enough now!!! sam.
     
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    Im in Hillsborough, orange county. Ive heard of a few out here closer to Caswell. Any of you guys want a new huntin buddy i'd love to tag a few yotes!
     
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  14. damage855

    damage855 G&G Newbie

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    Hi Sevenc I am from Catawba Know any good hunting spots up your way?
     
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  15. Seven©

    Seven© G&G Evangelist

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    My back porch. Seriously.

    I know several spots in Burke and Caldwell I have the landowners' permission to shoot on. If you're off one day, shoot me a pm. Maybe we can plan a trip.
     
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    COYOTES ARE EVERYWHERE!
     
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  17. forestgleaner

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    Sam, don't worry, the coyotes won't get past 4th grade, they aren't any good at algabra. Oh wait, Sam what grade did you get too? lol, only kidding sam
     
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    i know this is an older thread but i'm in the burlington area and looking to try coyote huning. i know deer season is about to start, but if not now maybe in the new year... anyone still know where/who to ask about hunting on their land? anyone already going who does not mind a tag-along? thanks
     
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    never thought about coyotes in NC until reading this thread. While visiting the folks this weekend, one of them mentioned seeing two coyotes within 30 yards of his house the other day. Then another mentioned his herd was being circled by two about a week or two ago. This is about 40 minutes west of Winston-Salem.
     
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    Here in Wayne county I know they are present(as it is said they are in every corner of the country, weather you see them or not). In the past week I drove by a dead one on hwy 70 that looked very healthy and fat. Also on the land I hunt there has been one sighting that I know of. I killed a doe last saturday and checked out the gut pile about 24 hours later to see what was left. It was gone, everything. I'm sure buzzards and foxes could have cleaned up the mess but that is alot of food to be gone in 24 hours!
     
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