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Coyote Hunting Canis latrans. Ky'ote. Ky'otee. Whatever you want to call it, it's one of the most popular predators hunted in the world today.

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Old 02-05-2013, 02:30 PM
frdstang90 frdstang90 is offline
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Legal here in Georgia.
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Old 02-09-2013, 04:13 PM
rcruss1947 rcruss1947 is offline
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Thanks guys for the input. I understand the Oklahoma deal (get permission first). I'd like to purchase some land just for hunting, but really don't care for restrictions. Hate to move again at my age but, may be better off in Texas or?
With a limited budget, probably 30ac or so. I desperately want to Night Hunt and forget about the intense heat in summer. I'd probably be OK if I had access to some good hunt areas nearby....anyone care to share???
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Old 02-12-2013, 07:06 AM
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You can hunt at night east of you too in MO.
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Old 02-12-2013, 11:42 AM
Billy53 Billy53 is offline
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Legal in Wisconsin for coyotes.

"Use of Lights: A flashlight may be used to find your way and at the point of kill while hunting
raccoon, fox, and coyotes. Lights may not be used to shine or search for these animals.
‘Flashlight’ means a battery-operated light designed to be carried and held by hand"
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Old 02-14-2013, 03:52 AM
SouthTXBowhunter SouthTXBowhunter is offline
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Originally Posted by rcruss1947 View Post
So it's totally legal in Texas? If so, I may just move South!
Yes, it's TOTALLY legal to hunt predators and hogs at night here in Texas and you can hunt them 365 days a year. But, before you move to our hunting 'mecca,' you need to take into account that we're essentially 99.99999% private land hunting. So, you will have to find landowners to allow you to hunt on their property; and that can be VERY difficult, even for predators. The days of walking up to a house and getting permission to hunt are LONG gone. Hunting is big business down here and getting your foot in the door can take a while. Once you do, though, (and things go well) one property leads you to another and another and another.

Not trying to deter you - just make you aware of the realities.
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