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Guns, Gear and Tactics for Coyote Hunting

Guns, Gear and Tactics for Coyote Hunting

From gear to guns to tactics, we've got it all in this comprehensive coyote hunting package.
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from Sticks wrote 11 weeks 4 days ago

I am the owner of Sticks N'Limbs. The snow cover suit is great deal. No need to buy all now insulated gear. Just buy this cover suit and put it on over your insulated clothes. Thanks for telling people about my camo.

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from WVbowhunter wrote 44 weeks 1 day ago

I outfitted myself to hunt coyotes here in WV. I purchased a 22-250 bolt action rifle, mojo critter, and an electronic call from Primos. I have had no luck whatsoever. I trap a lot of them but so far can't get one in. Here in WV one is not gonna get a super long shot like out west. The tops of reclaimed strip mine operations is about the longest you will get. These places are perfect wildlife habitats when they are reclaimed. It's hard to get them to come in. I hunt days since I work nights lol. Any suggestions I would love to hear them all. I am about ready to give it up and stick to trapping.

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from MOOSE wrote 2 years 5 weeks ago

Go German Shepherd! Love those dogs. Look up Stonehill Kennels Mt.Morris, MI on facebook. Nice dogs. Take care folks

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from JAR wrote 2 years 7 weeks ago

I used to use a 243 on coyotes up here but due to cost I have switched to a 22 magnum and it has been great. I use an AR type rifle and it is just about perfect. The bullet is basically the same as a 223, I just need to be within 150 yards and it works just fine.

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from Ryan the hunter wrote 3 years 7 weeks ago

I just use a .22 long rifle and that works just fine if you get them in the head

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from Ryan the hunter wrote 3 years 7 weeks ago

I just use a .22 long rifle and that works just fine if you get them in the head

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from Obidia wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Coyote dangers continue in Nova Scotia, as reported by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and also local CTV News. An employee of Nova Scotia Power was reading meters on January 21st, 2011 when upon rounding the corner of a farm building he was suddenly confronted by a large coyote, which leaped at him and clamped onto the man's upper arm.

As the pair fought they were spotted by another man out hiking with his German Shepherd dog, which sprang into action and attacked the coyote - driving it off. The thick winter jacket of the employee saved him from puncture wounds, plus the quick intervention of the hiker and his German Shepherd dog. This attack occured only a short distance from a local school yard.

CTV News offers the following commentary on other coyote attacks and incidents in this eastern part of North America: http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Canada/20100409/coyotes_nova_scotia_100409

Many people in this Maritime province are now looking for firm action by goverment and local authorities on the increasing coyote threat to themselves, pets and livestock.

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from Booner Chaser wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

Thought I saw this before somewhere. It's right out of the magazine

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from NYBowHunter wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

The Alexander Arms in 6.5 Grendel sounds mighty interesting - anyone out there use this caliber on deer sized game? I would love to use it as a dual purpose gun. Thx

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from Jim Coon wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

Only would be better if it was RUGER

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from NYBowHunter wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

If it ever stops snowing here in NY, I may get an opportunity to try this!

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from NYBowHunter wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

If it ever stops snowing here in NY, I may get an opportunity to try this!

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from NYBowHunter wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

The Alexander Arms in 6.5 Grendel sounds mighty interesting - anyone out there use this caliber on deer sized game? I would love to use it as a dual purpose gun. Thx

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from Booner Chaser wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

Thought I saw this before somewhere. It's right out of the magazine

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from Obidia wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Coyote dangers continue in Nova Scotia, as reported by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and also local CTV News. An employee of Nova Scotia Power was reading meters on January 21st, 2011 when upon rounding the corner of a farm building he was suddenly confronted by a large coyote, which leaped at him and clamped onto the man's upper arm.

As the pair fought they were spotted by another man out hiking with his German Shepherd dog, which sprang into action and attacked the coyote - driving it off. The thick winter jacket of the employee saved him from puncture wounds, plus the quick intervention of the hiker and his German Shepherd dog. This attack occured only a short distance from a local school yard.

CTV News offers the following commentary on other coyote attacks and incidents in this eastern part of North America: http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Canada/20100409/coyotes_nova_scotia_100409

Many people in this Maritime province are now looking for firm action by goverment and local authorities on the increasing coyote threat to themselves, pets and livestock.

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from Jim Coon wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

Only would be better if it was RUGER

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from Ryan the hunter wrote 3 years 7 weeks ago

I just use a .22 long rifle and that works just fine if you get them in the head

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from Ryan the hunter wrote 3 years 7 weeks ago

I just use a .22 long rifle and that works just fine if you get them in the head

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from JAR wrote 2 years 7 weeks ago

I used to use a 243 on coyotes up here but due to cost I have switched to a 22 magnum and it has been great. I use an AR type rifle and it is just about perfect. The bullet is basically the same as a 223, I just need to be within 150 yards and it works just fine.

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from MOOSE wrote 2 years 5 weeks ago

Go German Shepherd! Love those dogs. Look up Stonehill Kennels Mt.Morris, MI on facebook. Nice dogs. Take care folks

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from WVbowhunter wrote 44 weeks 1 day ago

I outfitted myself to hunt coyotes here in WV. I purchased a 22-250 bolt action rifle, mojo critter, and an electronic call from Primos. I have had no luck whatsoever. I trap a lot of them but so far can't get one in. Here in WV one is not gonna get a super long shot like out west. The tops of reclaimed strip mine operations is about the longest you will get. These places are perfect wildlife habitats when they are reclaimed. It's hard to get them to come in. I hunt days since I work nights lol. Any suggestions I would love to hear them all. I am about ready to give it up and stick to trapping.

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from Sticks wrote 11 weeks 4 days ago

I am the owner of Sticks N'Limbs. The snow cover suit is great deal. No need to buy all now insulated gear. Just buy this cover suit and put it on over your insulated clothes. Thanks for telling people about my camo.

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