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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-22-2010, 04:05 PM Thread Starter
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Coyotes?

I have to ask, I am a little afraid of getting stoned to death but here it goes. What is the obsession with coyotes? I try to avoid them myself. I have a few people that want me to get rid of them so I trap a few every year but I can't stand them. they take to much time to skin and are not worth a thing. I would rather catch a fox myself. Just wondered what everyones thoughts were there.
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-22-2010, 05:29 PM
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Re: Coyotes?

To each his own my friend. I just like how they are a challenge. Sorry, but I find fox to easy.
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post #3 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-22-2010, 06:22 PM Thread Starter
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I can live with that, and I won't even argue that fox are easy thanks for the input
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Re: Coyotes?

If you don't thin out the yotes you end up with what I got this morning. Check out my #4 coyote thread.

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Re: Coyotes?

another good reason, I had a fox completely eaten late last year I got that offending yote, at least I like to think it was that one. I have not had any yote incidents this year though.
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Re: Coyotes?

yotes will just kill and good fox population in about a years time. the challange of sanging one is the best part took me 4 years and they are everywere here. not to many foxes left and i like to catch fox so the yotes are a good bonus thats one less that will kill the foxes. they are very taratoraly and foxes have a small area and yotes a big so the yotes push the fox out or just eat them.

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Re: Coyotes?

For someone like me, who never caught one or has the property to catch one, it is a big deal. Coyote is #1 on my list. It's not the money, but it's the quest.

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I just dont like them yots trap them shoot them run them over with truck kill them all

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It's taking on and outwitting the top of the food chain.

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Re: Coyotes?

It's akin to tricking the trickster. For me it is personal. This year is the first time a pack that hangs around the same area all the time has been presented to me. Before it was the ol hit and miss of far roving animals.

I also like the smell of raw coyote hides, and when tanned they make dandy mountain man style hats. The last point to make is that the eastern coyote with it's wolf DNA(= smartypants) surely makes for a challenging animal.
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