#1
Just found out that with my small game license I can go out and hunt coyote year round. I figured I might exercise this right seeing as they kinda have been getting a little more ballsy out where I live lately, and I wanna keep my Beagle safe.
So any tricks to this trade?
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I used to know a crazy bastard who would use hamburger meat to lure coyotes into a little shed he built in the woods and then ambush them and kill them with swords.


You could try that.
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This.


I used to know a crazy bastard who would use hamburger meat to lure coyotes into a little shed he built in the woods and then ambush them and kill them with swords.


You could try that.


I wish I knew more people like that
I was planning on throwing hunks of meat in my back pasture a few nights in a row before a full moon. On said full moon, I go out with either my wingmaster or .22. and wait
#10
anyone with serious tips, do I need to get scent masker, will a .22 kill one easily, how far do I need to be from the bait, does anyone actually have any experience?
#11
A coyote caller might help.
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#12
.22 will not kill one easily, unless you get a headshot. It's kind of inhumane. here in michigan they're such a problem you're allowed to kill them on sight anytime without a permit or license
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#14
Coyotes usually rely on ACME products, but they're pretty inefficient so that shouldn't really be a problem for you. I suggest falling anvils, hilariously useless blocks of shaped metal with the weight painted on the surface, luring them over cliffs or pianos to kill them.

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anyone with serious tips, do I need to get scent masker, will a .22 kill one easily, how far do I need to be from the bait, does anyone actually have any experience?


EDIT: HERE'S YOUR ONLY SERIOUS ANSWER WOOHOO.

NO, a 22 won't kill them unless you want to sit there for 45 ****ing minutes watching a poor creature writhing in pain and dying slowly. Don't bait, that's not hunting and is most likely illegal in your state. There's really no reason to kill one, it's not protecting your dog. And you can't use any meat from a coyote.


Or, you could refer to my simple, wise, and all-explaining first post.

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EDIT: HERE'S YOUR ONLY SERIOUS ANSWER WOOHOO.

NO, a 22 won't kill them unless you want to sit there for 45 ****ing minutes watching a poor creature writhing in pain and dying slowly. Don't bait, that's not hunting and is most likely illegal in your state. There's really no reason to kill one, it's not protecting your dog. And you can't use any meat from a coyote.


Or, you could refer to my simple, wise, and all-explaining first post.


All right shotgun it is.
I dont think it is illegal, ill check the regs, and yes it is protecting my dog, over the past two days some of my neighbors have lost dogs and cats. I have seen them out here.
#17
I go all the time. just get so good camo and a beefy caliber rifle and a prederdore call sit wait call them in then shoot like hell
#18
Quote by dudetheman
This.


I used to know a crazy bastard who would use hamburger meat to lure coyotes into a little shed he built in the woods and then ambush them and kill them with swords.


You could try that.


What a badass. What kind of swords did he own?
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What a badass. What kind of swords did he own?



I don't remember.


He had one that he called "The Beast" that was just a big, flat, rectangular piece of steel about five feet long that he had sharpened a blade onto one end of and wrapped the bottom of for a handle.

Like I said, he was a crazy bastard.
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#20
By the way, if you're going out now, since it is deer season wear orange. You don't wanna get shot by some hunter who sees something moving do ya?
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By the way, if you're going out now, since it is deer season wear orange. You don't wanna get shot by some hunter who sees something moving do ya?


well i want them off my land and i only have about ten acres, so id be on my own land.
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Just found out that with my small game license I can go out and hunt coyote year round. I figured I might exercise this right seeing as they kinda have been getting a little more ballsy out where I live lately, and I wanna keep my Beagle safe.
So any tricks to this trade?

Sit on front porch with a tall glass of moonshine.
wait...................
keep waiting.................


Seriously, i think they walk the same paths regularly. Do a little scouting and see if you find some tracks or worn paths.

Edit: A riffle of any caliber can kill anything. A 22 will not drop a large animal on the spot, but thats not what you are trying to do. A 22 will cause a wound that will cause the animal to die.....a rather long miserable death that is.
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#23
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Sit on front porch with a tall glass of moonshine.
wait...................
keep waiting.................


Seriously, i think they walk the same paths regularly. Do a little scouting and see if you find some tracks or worn paths.


I wanna bait them at night, set it up a few days before I want to kill them, so they get used to it, then BAM! dead. with a big hole in its body.
#24
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well i want them off my land and i only have about ten acres, so id be on my own land.


Yeah, but there are always poachers. I'm just saying it's better safe than sorry.
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Yeah, but there are always poachers. I'm just saying it's better safe than sorry.

It isn't riffle season yet is it?
Seems a little early.
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#26
I don't see the point of baiting them to you; how about just watching your pets while they're outside?
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I don't see the point of baiting them to you; how about just watching your pets while they're outside?

Protect your pets
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#28
Use leg traps. They make hunting SO much easier. You don't have to worry about tracking, missing a vital organ, or all that tedious hiking. And, you can shoot them as many times with the .22 as you like... they aren't going anywhere!!
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#31
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Just found out that with my small game license I can go out and hunt coyote year round. I figured I might exercise this right seeing as they kinda have been getting a little more ballsy out where I live lately, and I wanna keep my Beagle safe.
So any tricks to this trade?

if you kill the coyote then it's friends with come find your mom and kill her..... sorry, that's just the way it is.... haven't you noticed? like when people shoot deer and wake up the next morning with a dead wife and an ass full of deer semen? it's the circle of life.....
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#32
just make sure you don't become the hunted
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