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Old 03-14-2019, 03:01 PM
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Question for your question Do Coyotes stop eating deer fawns, turkey, pheasant and quail chicks once the weather gets warm? Then why quit killing yotes?
For me it's the fear of shooting a mother after she has given birth knowing the little pups will starve.die a horrible death...With that being said, if one decided to show up during my spring turkey hunt, not so sure I wouldn't pull the trigger....
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Old 04-05-2019, 01:47 PM
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After April 1 I just go out and call new spots and high % sites for practice, to learn and get better at it. Old sites might get one summer visit, newer locations more 'till I get comfortable with my way in and my set up sites depending on wind, etc. Very seldom do I drop the hammer on one unless a landowner calls me with a predation problem. Two landowners told me that anytime I'm on their property if I don't take out a 'yote that comes in that if they find out about it I won't be welcome there anymore. Usually stop my practice hunts around August 1 to stop them from being to wary come October.
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Old 04-06-2019, 09:32 AM
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I hunt them September til March
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