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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Not sure how long they will remember the lead flying at them but I will try again
    However long it takes a coyote to come down with Alzheimers

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    Quote Originally Posted by packer58 View Post
    However long it takes a coyote to come down with Alzheimers
    Hahahah great! So go for broke then?!

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    I called in 2 this morning, they came into about 200 yards and busted me some how. They took off runinng and then stopped to look back, then a shot rang from my .22-250, I nailed one! The only problem is there was a 8 ft wide stream between me and the dead coyote and I didn't feel like taking a swim to get a picture. Maybe I'll try to find another way over there later.
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    I missed again! No excuses this time. I went to the same spot as yesterday and used the Robin distress. It worked. It didn't come in running but came in behind me to the call then went down a fence line. At 150 I squeaked at it to stop it and as soon as I did that dog took off. I took a shot when it stopped around 250 but no luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleys 24/7 View Post
    I called in 2 this morning, they came into about 200 yards and busted me some how. They took off runinng and then stopped to look back, then a shot rang from my .22-250, I nailed one! The only problem is there was a 8 ft wide stream between me and the dead coyote and I didn't feel like taking a swim to get a picture. Maybe I'll try to find another way over there later.
    Bring wader's next time ! Or maybe a rubber raft. Hey, is duck season over....? LOL !
    Net time give me more that a 12 hr. notice my friend
    One is better than none !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    I missed again! No excuses this time. I went to the same spot as yesterday and used the Robin distress. It worked. It didn't come in running but came in behind me to the call then went down a fence line. At 150 I squeaked at it to stop it and as soon as I did that dog took off. I took a shot when it stopped around 250 but no luck.
    Better luck next time. IMO coyotes are one of the hardest animals to hunt. Good practice in the off season
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuntWYODon View Post
    Bring wader's next time ! Or maybe a rubber raft. Hey, is duck season over....? LOL !
    Net time give me more that a 12 hr. notice my friend
    One is better than none !
    Hey Don, 12 hr notice isn't enough LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    I missed again! No excuses this time. I went to the same spot as yesterday and used the Robin distress. It worked. It didn't come in running but came in behind me to the call then went down a fence line. At 150 I squeaked at it to stop it and as soon as I did that dog took off. I took a shot when it stopped around 250 but no luck.
    LOL! Ok, you have offically made me envious. Dude, your having a blast and I want in on the fun...think on my next off day(whenever that is ) I may do a little "field archery" practice with live targets lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleys 24/7 View Post
    Better luck next time. IMO coyotes are one of the hardest animals to hunt. Good practice in the off season
    I have much respect for coyotes, I think they are one of the smartest animals in the woods. Non coyote hunters think they are stupid, because they got lucky a few times or caught one out in a field.

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    I sure can agree with both. It is such a blast to hunt them in the off season for sure.

 

 

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