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Nice looking coyote. Must have been terrible having to travel on three legs. The first picture looks like he`s wore out from moving around. Thanks for sharing.
 

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You put your right foot in,
You put your right foot out,
You put your right foot in,
And you shake it all about,

You do the hokey pokey
and you turn yourself around
That what it's all about.

You put your left foot...
 

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With only one foot, it cuts your chances by 50% of him putting one foot in a trap. Three legs is harder than four, but he had no trouble surviving.
 

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Discussion Starter #9 (Edited)
Thanks folks.
I haven't caught a peg leg in years. Second Coyote and one Red Fox in all my years.
First Coyote I skun from here is 3 seasons due to mange in this township.

He was a tough guy that could hold his bladder when the chips were down.
This Coyote had 12 oz. of bladder urine-
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I saw a coyote 2 weeks ago on my travels to work that I thought just got hit my a truck in front of me coming up the yellow lines and went off into the woods that looked like a dog dragging its butt on the ground.
Then in my travels checking traps a few days later, I talked to a land owner whom said without me even mentioning the event that happened days prior, that there was a coyote running around with both back legs messed up people were seeing in the same area I saw that dog. Tough critters!
 
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