Why I Hate Coyote!

Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by Ace, Mar 2, 2006.

  1. Ace

    Ace New Member

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    I was deer hunting in Chester South Carolina Oct of 2005.
    I shot a young spike buck for the freezer and the deer ran into a thicket .
    I went back to camp to get my son to help find the deer.
    About two hours had passed by the time we got back to the woods.
    I had seen a coyote early that morning pass in front of my stand but I could
    not get a shot at it.My son found the deer shortly after we returned .
    The coyotes had all ready found him .Both hams were gone. They ripped out his intestines and eat his liver and kidney. :cursing:

    Any one out there know how to get rid ot these pest?


    Ace :thumbdown
     

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  2. tncatfishing

    tncatfishing New Member

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    My father in law had a small problem with coyotes on his farm, I say had cause he has shot a few and problem has gone away. I have been told that donkeys will chase wild dogs and coyotes. As the farmer to the east of my father in laws has 3 of them and no dog or coyote problem. I don't know what your lawsare up their but if it was my property and legal I would shoot them.
     

  3. RiverratSC

    RiverratSC Active Member

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    Yeah Ace back in 1990 they said we had coyotes in 26 counties of SC by 2003 they said they were in all 46 counties. I seen one on a hunt back in 2004 and I think I may do some coyote hunting.
     
  4. Ulizth

    Ulizth New Member

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    They must have been hungry. Nothing but bones in one week!
     
  5. catfishrus

    catfishrus New Member

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    i hunted a ranch in texas back in the early 90s. the rancher said the last thing on earth would be coyote and a cock roach. the only two live creature that could crap and eat it....lol
     
  6. Rockjumper

    Rockjumper New Member

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    That is something. I have started hunting them son of guns this year. I haven't seen any, but my one friend has missed three on our hunting trips. There are more coyotes than people think.
     
  7. ersel

    ersel New Member

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    We hunt them a call is not that much and it is alot of fun.
     
  8. triggerhappy

    triggerhappy New Member

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    See if its legal....then get yourself a gut-pile, a spotlight and a 12gauge with no.4 buckshot.

    :cool::cool::D
     
  9. pursuing_cats

    pursuing_cats New Member

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    Those darn things are bad in TN especially on Fort Campbell military reservation. We hunt there alot and are highly encouraged by the TWRA to shoot all them critters when we see them. I hunt with another BOC brother(Aftercats) and he shot a 50 lb male this year deer hunting. We will cintinue to shoot them until they are under control or all gone. I also agree with Triggerhappy (gutpile, spotlight and alot of buckshot)
     
  10. Rockjumper

    Rockjumper New Member

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    Pennsylvania just changed the law here two weeks ago. You can hunt them 24hrs a day, 7 days a week, decoys, bait, lights, calls, up to 3 shot buckshot. :p
     
  11. BIG GEORGE

    BIG GEORGE New Member

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    DAM! Now ya gotta say that is immpressive. Here in Jersey there have been several spotted in the southern most countys. Not to the degree that you are all talkin about, but we have em. From what I hear and I know nothin about them,they are a tuff animal to hunt. Pretty shifty from what I understand. Looks kinda like our own version of a hyena. LOL!
     
  12. warcraft1975

    warcraft1975 New Member

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    you guys just need a handful of some trappers to take care of it,if i were there i would do it fo ya
     
  13. Creek6

    Creek6 New Member

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    It wild that they got to it that quick. Usually takes overnight. Time for a hunt.
     
  14. Crispy Critter

    Crispy Critter New Member

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    Get RoadRunner to lead em' off a bluff :D
    No, seriously they are a real problem here in Missouri too.They are way over populated.There just isn't as many people killing them as there used to be.I can remember when it was common to see them hung across the fences along the roadways but not anymore.I do my part to thin em' out but they should put a bounty back on them like there once was.
     
  15. RiverratSC

    RiverratSC Active Member

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    In South Carolina its unlimited caliber and unlimited season. The DNR said to kill every one I see. I don't kill just because I can but with coyote I don't have much choice. They have killed several dogs in my area and since I have 8 Dachshund I can't chance it.
     
  16. Creek_Chub

    Creek_Chub New Member

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    Id love to hunt some. ANyone in SW Ohio coyote hunting and need an apprentice drop me a line..
     
  17. FishMan

    FishMan New Member

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    we slaughtered the american Indian buy killing their food and now we are going to kill other animals because we want their food.

    Shame on us.

    Danny
     
  18. Catcaller

    Catcaller New Member

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    In Kansas there is no closed season on coyote and no bag limit...a furharvester license is not required....they may be shot at night time with the aid of artificial lights and bait...they are shot from airplanes...they are poisoned...they are ran with the aid of dogs...there is at times a bounty on their hide...if you can think of it...it's been tried. And yet there are more yote's than you can shake a stick at.

    Good luck eradicating the coyote...YOU'RE GONNA NEED IT!!
     
  19. glenc

    glenc New Member

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    My wifes little poodle got to where he knew how to get out of our yard when we would let him out to relieve himself. One time he got out and was gone over night. When he came back he was all bloody. I thought he had been shot. But after we cleaned him up it looked like something had tore him up. That didn't teach him a lesson and about 2 months later he got out again but this time he didnt return. I am assuming the coyotes got him cause we have alot of them here.
     
  20. bluecatnut

    bluecatnut New Member

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    all you need is a 22 250 a scope spot light and a rabbit in distress call and a stuffed toy bunny on a spring then givem hell