Coyote season in both states runs year-round, and there's no limit. Most landowners welcome coyote hunters, too. In South Dakota, all you need is a nonresident predator hunting license ($35). Nonresidents visiting Nebraska need a small-game hunting permit ($55). Anderson can give you some pointers on where and how to hunt. Public hunting lands are listed in the booklet that contains Nebraska hunting regulations, and Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) maps also are available from license agents. In South Dakota, just ask a license agent for a copy of the state's Walk-In Atlas and Public Hunting Areas Guide and find your own hunting spot.