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#6427687 - 08/28/16 12:19 AM After you get your deer...coyote control
elephantman Offline
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Registered: 03/20/13
Posts: 144
Loc: Cedar Park, Texas
New to the Austin area and don't have a place to hunt. I've been using the TPWD drawn hunts the last couple of years with some success. I'm trying to put meat in the freezer for my small but growing family. My idea is, after you are done hunting on your land bring me out to trap up your coyotes. Will keep it super quiet dispatching with 22 shorts or dispatch pole. All I ask is permission to take a doe or two depending on my success.
I'm open to feedback. Just trying to feed myself and my family doing what I love.

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#6427781 - 08/28/16 07:55 AM Re: After you get your deer...coyote control [Re: elephantman]
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You might want to post this in the outfitters and guided hunts thread as well. up
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#6427791 - 08/28/16 08:11 AM Re: After you get your deer...coyote control [Re: elephantman]
crice8 Offline
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Registered: 11/02/15
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Loc: Tyler,TX
Great idea. Might post something on your local craigslist and facebook pages as well!

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#6427835 - 08/28/16 09:20 AM Re: After you get your deer...coyote control [Re: elephantman]
papa45 Offline
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Registered: 05/14/07
Posts: 561
Loc: Arlington
If I paid for a lease to hunt the property, I would want to hunt the coyotes myself.

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#6429012 - 08/29/16 08:05 AM Re: After you get your deer...coyote control [Re: elephantman]
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Registered: 08/09/10
Posts: 1176
Loc: Houston, TX
Originally Posted By: elephantman
New to the Austin area and don't have a place to hunt. I've been using the TPWD drawn hunts the last couple of years with some success. I'm trying to put meat in the freezer for my small but growing family. My idea is, after you are done hunting on your land bring me out to trap up your coyotes. Will keep it super quiet dispatching with 22 shorts or dispatch pole. All I ask is permission to take a doe or two depending on my success.
I'm open to feedback. Just trying to feed myself and my family doing what I love.


Are you a professional trapper? How many yotes per day do you think you could trap/kill on an 1,800 acre high-fenced pasture?

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#6429019 - 08/29/16 08:14 AM Re: After you get your deer...coyote control [Re: elephantman]
Wacm Offline
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Registered: 05/13/16
Posts: 554
Loc: Wimberley, Tx
I'm in Wimberley, I have lots of cull deer. I'll take you out later in the season for a doe or cull buck. I have folks from out of town coming to bowhunt. Once they are done I'll have some opportunitys to let you hunt. PM me your info.

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#6429072 - 08/29/16 08:49 AM Re: After you get your deer...coyote control [Re: Wacm]
Randallc Offline
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Registered: 08/27/07
Posts: 137
Loc: Sugartree--Throckmorton
Originally Posted By: Wacm
I'm in Wimberley, I have lots of cull deer. I'll take you out later in the season for a doe or cull buck. I have folks from out of town coming to bowhunt. Once they are done I'll have some opportunitys to let you hunt. PM me your info.



Nice offer there Wacm!

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#6429192 - 08/29/16 09:58 AM Re: After you get your deer...coyote control [Re: elephantman]
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That is a nice offer. Makes me feel good

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#6651500 - 01/27/17 05:52 PM Re: After you get your deer...coyote control [Re: fouzman]
elephantman Offline
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Registered: 03/20/13
Posts: 144
Loc: Cedar Park, Texas
Sorry for the really late reply, had a rough fall. That would be quite the job! And as far as numbers, there's a lot of variables there. Density of the animals, is it a livestock ranch, has it been trapped before?
If you have a dead pile where you dump dead livestock, that's obviously a hot spot. We can put snares up where we find them crossing or digging under your fence. And some of my most successful sets have happened after an animal had already been caught at that location, so multiple catches are highly likely but it could take a couple of weeks to make a dent.
Sounds like a fun challenge though. ..where are you located?

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