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Old 03-09-2019, 10:09 PM
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How many hunt yotes all year long.
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We do 24/7/365
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What do you do with the ones you take in the summer.
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Like gophers and prairie dogs.
Take a picture and leave them for the eagles
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I've always stopped once the pups hit the ground. I still haven't decided if I will stop this year. I might just keep hunting until the heat gets to be too high.
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I usually stop targeting them at the end of March...around my parts most drop their pups Mid April...with the long days and warmer weather, the coyote hunting desire is definitely not as strong now.
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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?
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All year long, unless the critters get a break because of we're lock out of the woods due to fire danger.
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I'm not religious about it or anything, but most years I'm done sometime in Feb. and don't start again until Sep. or Oct.

I generally just prefer to leave them be to mate, breed and raise their young. The more coyotes, the better, is my view.

Prey species are just that. Prey. Any of them that don't end up as coyote turds are just going to waste.

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I'm not religious about it or anything, but most years I'm done sometime in Feb. and don't start again until Sep. or Oct.

I generally just prefer to leave them be to mate, breed and raise their young. The more coyotes, the better, is my view.

Prey species are just that. Prey. Any of them that don't end up as coyote turds are just going to waste.

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Pretty much my outlook on it also, I have better things to hunt in the spring and summer months than a raggedy looking coyote. There doesn't seem to be near as many around here in the last few years as there used to be, there is however an over abundance of deer and turkey.
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