Get em, and if you need help, call me. I'd be drooling over seeing 6 of em. I get more of a kick out of shooting coyotes than I do deer these days.
Generally, they'll be approaching from downwind. If they show up in a pair, like they often do, shoot the one that's trailing. The one in front will run, but will then usually stop and look back to see what happened. Be ready. Also, if you shoot one, the other is likely close, so wait around and watch close.
Edited by 603Country (11/24/14 11:08 AM)