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Coyote Bait? #5463970 12/08/14 02:25 AM
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I found some sausage in the bottom of the freezer tonight. The label is from a processor I haven't used in five years, so I'm not going to eat it.

However, if I let it ripen for a few days and hung it from a tree could I use it to augment my coyote calls? Or are the dogs too smart for that?

Re: Coyote Bait? [Re: Homer Jay] #5464151 12/08/14 03:06 AM
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try it and see, where I'm at anything related to a dead animal doesn't make it through the night

Re: Coyote Bait? [Re: Homer Jay] #5466110 12/09/14 02:36 AM
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it may work in a dirt hole set with some yote piss and gland, if you are to trap them.

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