For the last 20 years I've been hunting coyote competitions pretty hard with great success in Texas . In June however I decided I would branch out and test my skills against the best of the best across the United States . So I picked out a few contests from coast to coast to travel too and I figured if I could win just one I would consider it a success. Well The first one would be the New Mexico State Championship.Right out the box i started out pretty good and me and my partner killed 25 coyotes on the first day and 4 the second day on only 3 calls as we had a long way back to the check in . Finished with 29 coyotes to easily win the first contest of my journey .
The second contest would be the World Championship Coyote hunt in Utah . This would prove brutal as I would end up going 3 days with only 1 hour sleep but it proved worth it as me and my partner ended up killing 16 coyotes in one day to place second in the contest .
Next up will be the Eastern championship in Virginia then the Arizona championship, then the Texas state championship and then finish up with the Texas handcall championship in Lubbock. I've had a great start but it all counts on how you finish so I'll keep y'all informed as the Coyote man ,as my buddy Craig Bosworth always called me ,gets along . 45 coyotes in first two contests ain't bad . I hope my 22 creedmore keeps eating and my FoxPro keeps dialing them in . By the way every coyote called in by me was with the cagie cottontail. Clay Reid
Edited by Clay Reid (12/07/17 11:03 AM)
3-time TEXAS COYOTE CALLING CHAMPION
FoxPro Field staff-Predator Division
New Mexico State Champion
Reserve World champion