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I've been out the last couple Sunday mornings. Got a reply on the howler two weeks ago and called one in this last Sunday. Big ranches, understand. Conditions were perfectly wrong and he winded me and split. Lotsa walking and sneakin' but big fun.

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Richard: Its a shame the season is closed right now as they are all over the place here, The local dog runners have been having some races but it has slowed down as every one is getting the pastures ready for the spring fertilizer then hay season sets in. :D JIM
 

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hi JHM i know the cows r calfing and soon turkeys start nesting then u have deer being born that is the best time coyotes will be on the move looking for a free meal i wish the Game and Fish open a yr around season it isnt like we r short of coyotes lol good to hear from u JHM talk to u later VM :D
 

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Lucky for me I live in Alabama. We have open season all year long. I plan on going when turkey season closes.
 

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Still taking pot-shots here in Ak. The board of Game (our statewide regulatory group) just changed my area's season and added 15 days to it. I managed to bag a pair of dogs in the last trip 3 days ago. As a matter of fact, I'm headed out for a last fling in a few minutes. With the extension on season, I'll only have about a week of dead space before bear hunting starts. Win-win if I ever saw it. Good calling to all!
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come over to the good side of the river!

us okies have yotes runnin all over- i havent shot any in the past few days- but usually ever day im out i call in and shoot at least one- i have a few pics i could email you guys- had a fence lined with yotes last winter.
theres some real good public hunting just across the river from ft smith around tenkiller- an out of state small game license is cheap too.
 

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Hi my freind father in law has about 350 or 400 arces around Ada Ok he said i could come down and hunt do u know where that town is i dont But i will in the fall i am going up there hunting VM :D
 

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Tennessee’s coyote season is open year round.
In the last couple of months, between tornadoes, floods and thunderstorms (our weather has been a just little nasty) I have had few chances to hunt. Saturday morning, was one of our better days. The previous week, I had received a call from a cattleman who has started missing newborn calves. He said his partner had seen several coyotes following pregnant cows around the fields and had found signs of where he suspected they were stealing some of the calves at birth. As I drove onto the farm, one coyote appeared about 600 yards away in a large pasture. Before I could get out of my truck, some of the rancher’s cattle also spotted the coyote and proceeded to chase it further into the open pasture away from the herd and out of view. Being pursued by a small group of rather large bovines must have been very traumatic for that poor ol’ coyote because it sure left the county in a hurry. I worked the wooded side of one of the pastures but the only critter that found my calling to his liking was a large hawk. Sunday evening I was back at it but the wind started gusting within thirty minutes of my arrival. From past experience, I knew there would be little chance of success. Calling in such a wild gale would only educate coyotes, so the rest of the day was a spent scouting my new found hunting ground. To quote a famous actor: "I'll be back"!
 

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We don't have a season on them here in Wyoming so I get to hunt them anytime. The pups are out of their dens now and will come in on a dead run to any sound that remotely resembles a wounded rabbit. This time of your all the fair weather callers go out and educate them.
 

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no pups out around here ....yet

havent seen any pups and ive been looking- im hunting with a .25 cal air rilfe at 1000 fps and 30 gr pellets- kinda hard to bring a grown one down, ive done it but they gotta be close- ive been looking for the pups. ill keep ya posted.
 

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I have recently came across what seems to be quite a deal in a semi-automatic 223 and intend to use it for :blaster: 'yote hunting. The only concern I have is that no one I know has ever owned one of these. The rifle is an EAA Saiga and it was priced at $150. Can anyone tell me how these rifles perform and whether or not it is worth this price? Thank you all for any help. :twisted: :sniper:
 

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Dog Hunting

In order to support the CA Fish and Games new focus on Biodiversity, I went out last week and called in the dogs. However they came in faster than I was used to (within 30 seconds from heavy brush), and I missed my shot at 4 close ones. CA's season is also year round, And I aim to make my aim better, and help out CA Biodiversity (by eleiminating a few dogs in the future). 8)
 
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