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Coyote Challenge 2020-21

xbowguy

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Any killed already will qualify. The Rules are: There are no rules! Get your picture taken with a coyote (dead is best) and your name goes in the drawing. Lets get to killing these fawn killers. Guns, knifes, bow, traps, snares, truck, car (use the wife's car). 🤣 Even tannerite (Make sure Giles is not in the hole first).👀 Even if it is lying dead along the road get your picture taken with it... you're in. (Do look for cars before taking the picture we are not responsible for accidents).
Will post 3 prizes to be given away on March 15, 2021.
GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!
 

Bowhunter57

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Allen County
This is about 6 or 7 years ago, but I caught him eating on a deer carcass at 130ish yards. Tough little customer, as it took 3 shots to put this little male on the ground. :rolleyes:
Rock River Arms A4 with 16" heavy barrel. :cool:
 

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brock ratcliff

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Id like to go along with someone on a hunt and learn some tricks to calling. I've shot a couple hundred yotes over the years but haven't done much calling.
My experience is limited too. I’ve called in and killed less than a dozen. To be fair I haven’t even tried in twenty years or so. I have a few friends that kill piles of them calling. Each one of them use thermal. I would guess that’s what Ray is doing as well.
 

ray12

Junior Member
Yeah, I kill a few daytime dogs during the summer months but 99% of what I do is at night with thermals

Last year I threw 92 coyotes onto the truck bed!
Hopefully reach the elusive goal of 100 called, killed & recovered coyotes this year!
I have a blast gettin after them and I definitely put on some miles searching for fresh ears all over the state!
 

Diablo54

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Outside
Figured I’d stir the pot a little. A few from recent.
 

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