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Blood trail for yote hunting??? #5483952 12/17/14 09:11 PM
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Has anyone ever done a mile or so figure 8 blood trail and hunted the intersection? Was wondering how well this worked. Thanks


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Re: Blood trail for yote hunting??? [Re: wisco-hunter] #5492648 12/22/14 03:50 PM
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Nobody? Is it legal to do?


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Re: Blood trail for yote hunting??? [Re: wisco-hunter] #5492697 12/22/14 04:05 PM
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Legal but have never done it. The figure 8 idea is interesting though.


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Re: Blood trail for yote hunting??? [Re: wisco-hunter] #5492882 12/22/14 05:46 PM
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Sounds like an interesting idea.

Re: Blood trail for yote hunting??? [Re: wisco-hunter] #5492921 12/22/14 06:00 PM
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I've always done better with no scent. The scent seems to make them more spooky. I've tried cut open rabbits and other things. The best cover scent I've used is a rag soaked in diesel.

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