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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 12-14-2019, 06:46 PM
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Some great stories and photos! Thanks for sharing!
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Old 12-15-2019, 01:14 PM
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Beautiful snow angel. The FB feature account gave me a laugh as it has happened to me many times.... Thanks for sharing
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Old 12-16-2019, 01:41 PM
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Sets 3-5 dry , Set up for # 6 was looking to the North with open fields running up to a Lake and Brushy area. I have Fusion hanging on a broken tree branch raising it off the snow.I start sequence with Howls , just switch up to distress call. My focus was looking to the North West when I caught movement off to my right here comes this lite coloured Female Hard, On a string.I mute the fusion I swing on her she see me move and bounces to a stop at 60 yds. The 204 barks before the snow dust settles, snow nap. Got to like when things works that way.

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Old 12-16-2019, 09:49 PM
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Very nicely done; beautiful yote.
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Old 12-16-2019, 09:58 PM
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The Seventh set was tuff to hide the truck, But this was in the area that I had got winded three dogs six days earlier. Wind was right but hiding the truck behind a small bush, wasn't the best..Finding a good spot to call from was equally tuff. So I laid down with Fusion a bit North of me, calling to North it should work But seeing from my grassy spot wasn't the best so after about 10 min.mark it's time to call it a day. Shut the call off and look to the west and there's a coyote looking at me at 350 ish yds. I get my 204 lined up cross hair on fur line of her back. Looking into sun I squeezed and let the 204 bark. I see her bounce up in scope and off on a dead run and see some snow fly up from the grass she run into. I collect my things and took the truck over to where I last seen her.I find her running track, but no tracking required . There she is laying in a willow bush. Really like Berger Bullets. Sometimes 7 is lucky. And yes I did fall over trying to get in place, but Five seconds on the timer.??

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Old 12-16-2019, 11:37 PM
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Great shooting! I always enjoy reading your posts and seeing those beautiful coyotes you harvest up there. Congrats again
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Old 12-31-2019, 01:01 PM
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Finally got a bit of time to play. Weather warmer Lots of Fog.So got to play for a few hours. It was foggy but kind of lifted a bit in the area I was in. Found some fresh tracks on old trail but wind wasn't right. So I drove around to the next mile road and walked in to a slough and set up for first set. After about 15 min. seen one come out of the Fog but could get him to commit . lost site of him again but seen him pop his head up on a high hill. One more step only one more. But the only step he took was back out of site. And started warning barking, I tried everything but could not make him show again. And finally it just got quiet. So off to find a new spot.Second set Fog cleared walked about 3/4 mile to get a spot that I could see and away from Truck. Set up was looking to the West/South pasture as wind was very light from SW.I could see down a creek about 1/2 mile. I changed up my sequence a bit and went straight to distress, and Magpie fight. At appx. 12 min. mark I see this good looking female coming hard down the creek.I shift and get ready She coming hard, lower volume, hit it again,mute. she's half the distance and stops. I start the Fusion and mute, she on a string. I'm ready just before she get the edge of creek I bark to stop her.The only thing she does is jump to see over the grass. I lose site of her in grass I wait , There she is in an open spot The 204 barks and Mr.Berger delivers Happy New Year. Snow angel time.

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Old 12-31-2019, 08:02 PM
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That's a beauty alright. Congrats again on a fine harvest. I enjoyed your account of the hunt. Thank you for sharing and Happy New Year to you!
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Old 01-27-2020, 10:18 PM
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Finally a day with no Howling wind. This was the third stand, Started with Female Howls, well the old bush lite up with call backs. I howled one more time. then waited before it hit the snowshoe. And here they come three of them. Muted the call, they slowed down,I called again, on a string they are coming. I didn't move until they were with in 50 yds. I swing on the first one, Click,I jack another round in, pull on the second one, Click, I jack another in, pull on the third one , as the others are booking out. FINALLY the 204 barks and down goes the third. The FoxBang kicks in . I'm put a single round in and try to get on the big male that came back. But he won't stop ,Then he turns to book out and I free hand a running shot.The 204 barks and Mr.Berger finds the mark Snow nap. Double up.
I tried the rounds that wouldn't fire and they worked. So I guess Third Time Lucky.
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Old 01-27-2020, 10:25 PM
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And old warrior, But will not take anymore Deer.
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