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#6403008 - 08/10/16 09:08 PM This may sound dumb but
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Do you think you could condition coyotes to come to a feeder throwing dry dog food like we do deer with corn? I just had this random though and wandered what others thought.
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#6403029 - 08/10/16 09:21 PM Re: This may sound dumb but [Re: SapperTitan]
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Don't think dry dog food would attract them much. Maybe some raw meat
Or wet cat food with some good smell, or wet dog food could work. Don't know that coyotes can be patterned that well, although the smart ones would distinguish themselves from the stupid ones pretty quickly.

People that do gut piles would be able
To answer this as well as anyone.

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#6403033 - 08/10/16 09:23 PM Re: This may sound dumb but [Re: SapperTitan]
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A continuous supply of fresh hogs/hog guts rabbits and mice will keep em comin back
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#6403056 - 08/10/16 09:43 PM Re: This may sound dumb but [Re: SapperTitan]
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I'm not interested in hunting them this way just had the thought and wondered what others thought.
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#6403161 - 08/10/16 11:08 PM Re: This may sound dumb but [Re: SapperTitan]
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Coyotes? Doubt it. A gang of racoons, armadillos, opossums, and rats....absolutely

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#6403184 - 08/10/16 11:30 PM Re: This may sound dumb but [Re: rexmitchell]
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Originally Posted By: rexmitchell
Coyotes? Doubt it. A gang of racoons, armadillos, opossums, and rats....absolutely
That would still be fun to rifle
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#6404101 - 08/11/16 05:34 PM Re: This may sound dumb but [Re: SapperTitan]
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Originally Posted By: SapperTitan
Do you think you could condition coyotes to come to a feeder throwing dry dog food like we do deer with corn? I just had this random though and wandered what others thought.

there are no dumb ?'s only dumb answers
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#6404223 - 08/11/16 06:56 PM Re: This may sound dumb but [Re: SapperTitan]
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If theyre hungry theyll eat it, and will be back for more. I have them on game cams eating corn.
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#6404764 - 08/12/16 08:20 AM Re: This may sound dumb but [Re: SapperTitan]
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I think you would have the biggest gang of coons ever witnessed on game camera. Either way you should try it and text me the pics.
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#6405250 - 08/12/16 11:55 AM Re: This may sound dumb but [Re: aggiehunter03]
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Originally Posted By: aggiehunter03
I think you would have the biggest gang of coons ever witnessed on game camera. Either way you should try it and text me the pics.
Haha. Id be happy with a coon slaughter.
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#6406159 - 08/12/16 10:19 PM Re: This may sound dumb but [Re: SapperTitan]
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Not likely to attract Coyotes, but you'll have Coons out the wazoo!
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#6406594 - 08/13/16 12:13 PM Re: This may sound dumb but [Re: rexmitchell]
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Originally Posted By: rexmitchell
Coyotes? Doubt it. A gang of racoons, armadillos, opossums, and rats....absolutely


Would a feeder slinging dead racoons, armadillos, opossums, and rats bring coyotes? Kinda' brings to mind the "Bassomatic."
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#6407983 - 08/14/16 04:59 PM Re: This may sound dumb but [Re: SapperTitan]
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I haven't tried baiting them with a deer feeder using dry dog food, but they will eat dry dog food. So, I don't see why it wouldn't work. Here is a picture from some years back of 4 coyotes eating dry dog food from a pan just like dogs. They actually got started eating those pears you can see on the ground, but didn't hesitate to jump on the dog food right out of a pan. I even have pictures of them pulling pears off the tree. Remember a coyote has an incredible nose and will eat most anything to survive.


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#6408106 - 08/14/16 06:22 PM Re: This may sound dumb but [Re: SapperTitan]
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That's wild
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#6408378 - 08/14/16 09:14 PM Re: This may sound dumb but [Re: SapperTitan]
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i`ve watched them dig up peanuts in south texas and eat them .

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