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pics of coyotes?

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Mossy Bloke, Dec 12, 2004.

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  1. Mossy Bloke

    Mossy Bloke Member

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    Anyone have a pic of a coyote you've shot? I live in SE GA and apparently there are a good number of them out here but I have yet to see one.

    What's the hide like on one? Is it something that'd be worth getting tanned? or is it more like shooting a big dog?
     
  2. Mr. Chitlin

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    My Bushy Varminter likes to sneak up on them when they are sleeping... :D

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  3. Mossy Bloke

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    Man...

    ...that is sweet! I've just got to get me a long range varmit rifle!
     
  4. hps1

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    Well, that sorta depends on what you shoot 'im with.
    Suggest somethin a little smaller than a 338 WM! ;)

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  5. Larry Ashcraft

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    Or a 25-06. :D
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  6. Larry Ashcraft

    Larry Ashcraft Moderator Staff Member

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    Absolutely, if you don't mind skinning the flea bitten things. Around here, furs are prime from Thanksgiving until maybe late February. There used to be a pretty good market for the skins, $25-$60 if I recall correctly. Lately the skins haven't been worth much.
     
  7. Rembrandt

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    Sorry, only pictures I have are of live ones....these were cruising by my deer stand during bow season.

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  8. Browns Fan

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    Rembrandt,
    That is awesome! Great pix! The guy that lets me hunt his farm wants me to shoot em if I see em.
     
  9. Greybeard

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    ' dem is some healthier lookin' critters than we have in these parts ...
     
  10. Matt G

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    I was thinking the same thing. Why, look at the little Big Bend desert yodel dawg that I watched Art pop with his '06 one morning. (BTW, Art's not a huge oversize like me-- that's a Toyota pickup tailgate by his left elbow.)
     

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    Catskill (NY) Coyote from 2001. My second coyote from this spot. Took him atr 35 yards with my 30-06 while deer hunting

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  12. Ol' Badger

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    Here's Mine!

    Here's mine. S&W Mod. 64 using 158gr. JFP

    I was sitting with my bad to a Hay stack and he can waltz'n by under 20 yards.
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  13. H&Hhunter

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    Shot this ole dog at about 110 yards with a 180gr nosler PT HE from my kimber 84M stainless .308 win.

    Darndest thing...

    I was up on a little knoll glassing for deer when an acute case of ADD kicked in. So pulled out my yoddle whistle and gave her a blow.

    This old grizzled male stood up from behind a little snow drift at the base of my knoll and did the I'm a tired dog stretch just before meeting Mr. Nosler...

    The coyote had been asleep behind one of these little snow drifts not 110 ***** away and my call woke him up!!! That was a first for me especially in wide open country like this.

    This is a pretty typical eastern Co plains coyote with an early winter coat. He was a fairly large male.

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  14. esheato

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    I cannot remember the details, but it's one of the many I've taken.

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  15. mete

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    A friend told me of one taken in a trap recently in WVA.It weighed in at 90 lbs , may be a record for the state.
     
  16. Ol' Badger

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    Ok

    I suffer from coyote envy now! Mine looks like the reject of the bunch.
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  17. Mr. Chitlin

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    Ain't no coyote rejects!! :D
     
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    mete,


    Remind me not to be cute, little, fuzy, lamb in your part of the world. ;)
     
  19. Dan the Man

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    Here is a coyote we killed while antelope hunting in Wyoming. Sorry there isn't anything to compare its size; I would consider it an average coyote--nowhere near 90 pounds (!!!).

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  20. esheato

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    My brothers fairly large coyote. .30-06, handloaded 150 Nosler BT at 150+ yards.

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