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    Coyote pics

    Here's a couple I called in down in socal



    got my buddy his first yote,we called this one in to about 25 yards
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    Awesome! Great dogs and always fun to see them hopping their way in so close.

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    That's the way I like to see them song dogs!

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    I took this dog on the run at 250 yards. Got her on the third shot with my AR. we were calling for about 20 min and decided to relocate to a new set up and she came in behind us and spooked once he saw us.

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    I like to shoot 'em all!

    Big....


    or small....


    I actually thought the little one was a big one and couldn't figure out why I kept missing. He was only half the distance I thought he was!

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    Here is a trail cam pic I thought was pretty cool....

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    Very nice Muley 24/7, knocking down the yellow dog is a blast. Plus it fills the gap between hunt'n & fish'n..............

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    Nice pics guys. I never get sick of seeing picks like those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
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    I took this dog on the run at 250 yards. Got her on the third shot with my AR. we were calling for about 20 min and decided to relocate to a new set up and she came in behind us and spooked once he saw us.
    Good shot....the 3rd one anyways
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Hulburt View Post
    I like to shoot 'em all!

    Big....


    or small....


    I actually thought the little one was a big one and couldn't figure out why I kept missing. He was only half the distance I thought he was!
    Nice pic's, It dosen't matter,big or small dogs, anyone is a good one to take out!
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