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In most states coyotes have no season , that means its 24 /7 this is the reason I hunt coyotes , They attack and eat domestic Pets , they attack and eat baby deer and have taken down full-sized deer and have even taken a full sized horses, They have even attacked and killed humans . They have wiped out Turkey and Quail , Rabbit Populations . Today Coyotes run in packs of 15 or more and they are an infestation that must be brought to the brink of extinction .Get your self an electronic call get active hunting Coyotes . Kill a coyote today save a deer for tomorrow . Next time you hear someone say poor coyotes show them this.

















 

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Doing my part I have killed 52 coyotes this year if every hunter kills just 1 coyote a year he is doing nature a favor.





































These seven coyotes were all taken at once with a Semi Auto 12 Gauge Shotgun with 3" Magnum BB STEEL SHOT ,6 shot fired in rapid secession at 25 yards they never seen it coming.
 

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as you can see from the photos many of these photos the Coyotes are Wolf Sized and would have no problem taking a child playing in the yard. Load up today and shoot some coyotes and post your photos here.
 

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They are getting bad in our area (north Florida) we sit on our porch at night and listen to them yapping, sometimes nearby. I am a native of central Louisiana and they were a big problem among ranchers taking down livestock, especially newborn calves. We depleted their populatioin every chance we got.
 

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Deer hunting a few years ago I watched a big coyote follow a hunter, staying 20-30 yards behind him. He followed my buddy about 150 yards before he veered off. If he had gotten closer I would have shot him, but it was an expensive lease with only one day for him to hunt so I let it walk. My buddy had no clue.

Where we hunt they are thick and we see 2-3 a day regardless of where we are on the ranch. Problem is we do not want to shoot during our few hours there and it is up to 7 hours away for some of us, so they get a walk. This year I am taking a second gun suppressed, we shall see if we can thin a couple.
 

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I live inside the city limits. I have about 14 acres and I am the ONLY residence on my road, on the Arkansas side anyway. The Oklahoma/Arkansas line runs right on the edge of the road on my property. We have a lot of coyotes cross our property.

I have a Great Pyrenees and a Rottweiler, but I worry about the possibility of rabies, so I don't cut them loose on the coyotes when I see them. I do, however, have a solution. My 1947 Mossberg 44US(c). For those who are not familiar with the Mossy, they were originally designed and built for the Army as training rifles. It has a rod that screws in to the bottom of the magazine, allowing for using shorts without them moving forward in the magazine. With CCI CB Caps it is as quiet, even quieter, than most suppressed 22s I have shot.

I have it sighted in at 75 yards and have shot a couple of coyotes without alerting any of my neighbors in Oklahoma. ;)

Here is a picture of my Mossy and the 'Pill' that does the trick.....
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Personally, I don't mind coyotes cleaning up cats. Cats kill a lot of songbirds; which I like. Not as bad as crows but bad enough. Otherwise, they should be culled.
Crows, a pet peeve. We cannot legally shoot them at my house, as we can a coyote or snake or any varmint. So, I bought one of those fully automatic BB guns, that shoot 6 round bursts, they now recognize me, I walk out of the house they are gone. But I always get off 2-3 bursts of BBs.
 

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Exc. When you get one, hang it up in a tree. I use some fishing line and toss a sinker over a high branch so I can hoist it high up. They get the message pdq.
For about 10-12 years we had a huge tree that was hollow about 30 foot up. Each year owls would be born in that tree, usually one but two one time. As they learned to fly they would sit on a low limb for hours just maybe 10-12 feet above a picnic table we had. One year after a storm, one broke a wing and crows pecked the little guy until one side of his body was just trashed and mangled. We drove about 50 miles to an animal rescue place but they put him down. Now, I keep pellet guns and the full auto one by the door, they show up, I send a message. I do have suppressors and 22s. I suspect some of them will die on the ground before long.

WE have turkeys that come through our place nearly every day. Yesterday we had 5 basically roosting on the ground 40 yards from the house. Not one young turkey this year, something is getting them. We have about a dozen with a couple miles we see nearly every week, not one young turkey this year. Here are 3 good toms about 300 yards on my neighbors driveway a couple weeks ago. TyurkeysATChucks.jpg
Crows and coyotes have got to go. We have bobcats, but I let them walk, love to see them from the house. Here is an old picture about 70 yards from the house and one sneaking around my truck where rabbits like to hide. And of course the yotes. BobcatYard1.JPG WGI_0029.JPG Bobcat in yard 2018.JPG Yote2018.JPG
 

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as you can see from the photos many of these photos the Coyotes are Wolf Sized and would have no problem taking a child playing in the yard. Load up today and shoot some coyotes and post your photos here.
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Nice beards right there!!! I noticed rabbits are starting to show back up around here. Maybe the 'yotes are getting the feral cats! I don't know, but I haven't seen any around in a while.

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I am getting cats on my cams pretty often so the yotes are not doing as good as they could.
 

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full auto BB gun, now thats something that i need to look into!
Mine is the Umarex, about $99 on Ebay or Amazon. They have some nice ones that look like an AR but they are not cheap. They are only about 480 fps but pretty good thumpers out to 40-50 yards. Not going to kill anything but a deterrent to animals. Cats and stray dogs do not like them at all.

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Amazon.com : Umarex Steel-Storm .177 Caliber BB Gun Air Pistol, Black : Hunting Air Guns : Sports & Outdoors
 

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Mine is the Umarex, about $99 on Ebay or Amazon. They have some nice ones that look like an AR but they are not cheap. They are only about 480 fps but pretty good thumpers out to 40-50 yards. Not going to kill anything but a deterrent to animals. Cats and stray dogs do not like them at all.

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This is one of the reviews from the Umarex Amazon site. Sounds like a California story. I recall Paris Hilton had her dog snatched while walking it on a leash. Kind of like the Rick Perry story, except he had the fine little Ruger LCP. Pretty strange to us gun guys, we would have presented something with 900 fps plus and 90-230 grains. IMHO
 
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