Daylight coyote

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  1. J BAR K

    J BAR K Just trying to make a day. SUS VENATOR CLUB LoneStarBoars Supporter

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    While doing my walk this morning scared up a couple of coyotes. First one made it into the woods but this one stopped and turned around to look at me one last time. Emphasis on last time. B6283EE3-3372-4DC7-8761-6636E0FF01F9.jpeg
     
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    Young and dumb... not no more. One sucking chest wound coming up.
     
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    Brian Shaffer Hog Hunter SUS VENATOR CLUB LoneStarBoars Supporter

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    A little soap and water and that blood will come right out. :D
     
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    But, it'll still leave a mark…

    Nice going!
     
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    bar-d Head Wrangler, Chief Manure Manager: Bar-D Cattle

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    My favorite kind, kudos.
     
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    Wildfowler Mis'sippi SUS VENATOR CLUB

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    772DBC7F-6775-42B8-B4DB-91570AA0E9FE.jpeg Awesome and I especially love how when you look at the picture without zooming into much the eye looks like it’s an X just like from the cartoon days!

    (at least from my phone)
     
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  7. J BAR K

    J BAR K Just trying to make a day. SUS VENATOR CLUB LoneStarBoars Supporter

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    Yeah it leaves a pretty good mark, on both sides
     
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    Nice one!
     
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    gshock Banned Member! SUS VENATOR CLUB LoneStarBoars Supporter

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    Good coyote down!!
     
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  10. diggler1833

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    Always nice to put one down.

    I've finally noticed a decrease in sightings on my place. Only took killing almost 40 of them in an 18 month period to do it. They'll be back soon enough though.
     
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    J BAR K Just trying to make a day. SUS VENATOR CLUB LoneStarBoars Supporter

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    I don’t see them very often. This place is pretty much woods so lots of places to hide. One neighbor has cattle so I try to get rid of all I can. I haven’t had much luck calling so it’s been just when I see one.
     
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    Yep. Called in only one that I didn't already have eyes on. This place here is about 25 percent (densely) wooded, so still a lot of room for movement and escape.

    I generally give the coyotes a break until calving season (Feb/Mar and Sep/Oct here). During those months everything around the calves dies.
     
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    J BAR K Just trying to make a day. SUS VENATOR CLUB LoneStarBoars Supporter

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    Before I moved up here I had cattle. I was the same way. I had Santa Gertrudis mother cows and they were pretty protective. But I tried to help all I could. I shot a coyote once and they went over to it and stomped it good. Kinda funny to watch.
     
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    I run Lim-Flex here, and what you described has happened with the last two coyotes I've shot.

    I was moving hay this winter and jumped a coyote out of the creek bed when I got ~15 yards with the tractor...had all the cows in tow after the hay. All 38 cows from that pasture went after that coyote (none had calves yet either) and chased it a good 200 yards. I killed that coyote a couple months later, and it was one of the ones the cows all went over and stomped.
     
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    You put your left hoof in, you take you left hoof out, you put your left hoof in and you stamp it all about...
     
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    That’s amazing. I had no idea they would do that.
     
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    Pretty interesting to watch for sure. I had no idea they would do it until I saw it.
     

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