Need help posting a video

Discussion in 'Varmint Hunting' started by Para Cassatt, Jan 21, 2013.

  1. Para Cassatt

    Para Cassatt G&G Enthusiast Forum Contributor

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    I was kicking around the Trapper & Predator Caller Magazine website tonight and entered South Carolina Coyote Hunting in the search bar. A short 21 second video was shown in the first couple of articles that we all should see but I still don't how to attach them. The video's title is "Coyote takes down Healthy 6 Point Buck." These **** things are getting out of hand and we really need to start taking them as a serious threat here in SC and elsewhere.

    Thanks in advance to any good samaritan whom posts it for me.


     
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  3. Para Cassatt

    Para Cassatt G&G Enthusiast Forum Contributor

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    Thank you. Yes the Upstate SC coyote vid is it. I wish my connection speed was quick enough where I could watch them all.

    Some folks around here think the coyotes are aren't as bad as they actually are. I was guilty of this not too long ago myself.
     
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    ChaZam G&G Evangelist Forum Contributor

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    cabinnut G&G Evangelist

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    They're all over up here - nothing but vermin. I kill every one I see.
     
  6. Para Cassatt

    Para Cassatt G&G Enthusiast Forum Contributor

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    This IS the reason I'm looking into trapping more than ever. I not only want to kill every one I see but the ones I don't too as they're seldom seen here & heard often. I'm looking into joining our state trapper's assoc. and hope to learn how to catch these crafty critters.


    This makes the PMR 30 look even more appealing as a trapline gun.
     
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