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Washington Predator Hunting

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by jacob489, Feb 6, 2013.

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  1. jacob489

    jacob489 Member

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    Hello, I'm looking for private land to hunt coyote in Washington. I live in Clark county but I am willing to travel to neighboring counties. So, if you have coyote bothering your livestock, young children, or you just want to do a young hunter a favor then please get in touch. I am very respectful of land owner's property and livestock and I will always leave your property as I found it. Thanks for reading, if you know any public hunting land that is good coyote hunting that would also be appreciated. Thanks again.
     
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    Theres a farm down in clark county around vancouver lake, i believe the farm is owned by the Fazio family (spelling?) anyways i do alot of the master hunter goose hunts on there property in spring and see lots of coyotes there, you might inquire if you can hunt there.
     
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    Thanks gunner, I have a buddy that works next to the fazio's farm. I was just out at shillapoo wildlife area, out near there and I called in two coyotes. Couldn't get them in range but still a good sign, it seems like a good area to predator hunt being somewhat close to people and their pets. Seems like a good area for waterfowl too. I see why you go out there, I was surprised how many permanent duck blinds I stumbled on out there.
     
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    No problem if i can think of anyone else who has coyote issues ill let you know, best anwser i can give is visit the old dairy farms and farmers of Grays river or rosburg WA in Wahkiakum county, some of em may let you hunt, but tread lightly if they say no they mean it.
     
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