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Uncle Brad #1084095 Sat Feb 07 2015 02:47 AM
Joined: Jun 2005
Posts: 426
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Denny, as long as you are near your dog... such as on leash or even very close to him/her, the coyotes will not come near. You have nothing to worry about. No need to shoot anything or make noise. Walk your dog and enjoy hearing the coyotes howling!

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Denny Graham #1084097 Sat Feb 07 2015 02:57 AM
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Posts: 1,042
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Denny Graham #1084106 Sat Feb 07 2015 03:35 AM
Joined: Oct 2006
Posts: 11,767
Not to worry guys, think we have it under control. I'm done
sweating our first encounter with the wild bunch.
Got a noise maker now, if they won't run when I say 'BOO' then
they will when I go 'BOOM'. I'm afraid my mutt would bolt also,
but she would hi-tail it straight back to la casa del Grahamo.
Thanks 'B'.

Denny Graham
Sandwich, IL

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Denny Graham #1084111 Sat Feb 07 2015 03:56 AM
Joined: Aug 2014
Posts: 16
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Only piece I going to add is make sure you get or already have your foid card..... one of Illinois lacked up laws

Denny Graham #1084119 Sat Feb 07 2015 04:37 AM
Joined: Oct 2006
Posts: 11,767
Had one for years Effy, just never needed to use it. But that's
like my private pilots licence. Had that for years also but
haven't had to use it for the last two decades. Never hurts to
stand ready, one doesn't know what might be around the next
bend in the road.


Denny Graham #1084142 Sat Feb 07 2015 06:38 AM
Joined: Feb 2004
Posts: 24,575
Kettle Custodian (pot stirrer)
One of my high school auto mechanics students was a world-class archer- - - -even tried out for the US Olympic team. He was deadly on coyotes, and his method of decoying them into bow range was a stroke of genius. He would get into a full camo ghillie suit, stake out a young goat on his grandfather's farm and put a bird dog training collar on it. A little tickle with the collar's remote control would make the goat bleat and dance around, and the yotes thought somebody was ringing the dinner bell!

"Freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose"
Kris Kristofferson

Cringe and wail in fear, Eloi- - - - -we Morlocks are on the hunt!

Denny Graham #1084169 Sat Feb 07 2015 03:23 PM
Joined: Feb 2011
Posts: 952
When I turkey hunt in the spring, I use turkey decoys and calls. I've had plenty of coyotes stalk the turkeys I've got coming in. The coyotes have also attacked my decoys. Had one coyote this past spring coming in and sit about 6 feet in front of me. He was watching the same turkeys I was that were coming in from across the field.


Denny Graham #1084331 Sun Feb 08 2015 04:42 AM
Joined: Mar 2010
Posts: 10,110
Some serious coyote hunters use what they call lure dogs. The dog is trained to stay put at 100 yards away in an area likely to be used by coyotes. The hunter then turns on his electronic caller or starts using a mouth call, then shoots the incoming coyote before it takes out the dog. I don't believe that the dog is informed of the whole story prior to the hunt.

Denny Graham #1084583 Mon Feb 09 2015 06:13 AM
Joined: Dec 2003
Posts: 3,971
Seems to me when I was an 18 year old stud there were many more coyotes in my area than now........!

1949 Chevy 1/2-Ton
1989 Caprice

Denny Graham #1084588 Mon Feb 09 2015 06:46 AM
Joined: Oct 2006
Posts: 11,767
And deer, and pheasant, and rabbit, and fox, and bear,
and coon and, and, and.
Much of the wild life is disappearing from our part
of the woods.
But if you listen to the hunters we're overrun with
them wild critters.

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