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Never hunted coyotes before #6046235 11/24/15 01:36 AM
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We have a bunch at and near our new lease. What's the best way to lure them in for a shot?

Seeing lots of deer tracks along with dog tracks.


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FoxPro call.

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+1 on the Foxpro

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Ive seen this work in west texas. Take a 55gal drum weight it down throw a turkey or ham in there and wait theyll try their damndest to get in but wont and hang off it. Easy pickins. Even if it rots theyll still hit it.


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