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I hunted yotes back in the Midwest for a lot of years but to keep them away from giving our dog any issues around our home, I just throw a pair of the wife's socks in the backyard and another pair in the front yard. You'll just have to remember to pick them up before you mow the grass. Here is our 10lb protector ...
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Wife's socks I'm not touching the subject of why hers.
Maybe I could call an ex of mine. Love that pink nose.
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We have them really bad here in Missouri. I have 2 killed to last deer season, one with a crossbow and one with a 30-06. Saving up the cash for a call, then I'll get down to some serious hunting. We use to have a good bunny population here, but now it's rare to see one.
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My Grandpa used to hunt coyotes with Grayhounds back in the 40s and 50s. The greyhounds he had looked a little hardier than the ones you see at the track and they could slash and rip as they went past them. My older brothers used to ride shotgun as kids across the Kansas pasture, sometimes coming home to grandma with knots on their head from slamming the cap roof. He had one, Slick was his name, who even killed one by himself. Old Slick was pretty well known, mostly for killing a coon under water. The story I heard as a kid was the dog don't win that one usually. But slick came out of the creek dragging that fellah after they surfaced. Good stories... tough people and tough dogs.
just buy a crossbow and pay no attention to hunting seasons. It ain't a crime if you don't get caught. As far as coyotes go I say shoot on site. I had one in my back yard a few years ago that was the size of a german sheppard. Biggest coyote I have ever seen. A good friend of mine found a bunch of abandoned cubs (the mother probabaly got hit by a car) and he was told to call a guy that was doing research on coyotes in the north east and the guy told him that they have been finding coyotes that have wolf in them and thats why they are starting to get bigger around here. Probably explains the one that was in my back yard. good hunting
No season and no limit on yotes in Georgia. With the super moon shining tonight there will be dozens of song dogs howling at midnight out at my hunting lease. Last year my gandson and I camped out there on the night of the super moon and there must have been at least 20-30 howling up a storm around midnight. They're so numerous out there (and kill tons of fawns in the spring) that any club member that can kill 5 by August wins a new Savage rifle with scope.
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5!! that shouldn't be to hard if there's no season
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I have a friend who trapped 20 coyotes on their farm last winter. Perhaps a trap could be a good night watchman when you're not around with that hand cannon. Here in SC the season on private property is 24/7 all year long. And, you can hunt with night lights. We've lost a third of our deer herd, lots of turkey, quail and dove. And there are horror stories. It is open season on the critters. They have a 57 day gestation period, and produce 5-7 pups per litter.