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Coyote hunting planned this afternoon #7020008
01/01/18 06:36 PM
01/01/18 06:36 PM
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The two dead hogs I put out in the ROW a couple of days ago have not been consumed by buzzards and coyotes. They should thaw out a bit today, basking in the sunshine. My cold has faded and i’m “ feelin lucky, punk”. Coyotes better look out.

Re: Coyote hunting planned this afternoon [Re: 603Country] #7020239
01/01/18 09:25 PM
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I missed one this afternoon. The wind was gusting and my fingers were numb. It was an easy shot, he had bedded down in the cold sunshine curled up in a ball. At the shot he went nitro dragster off into a ravine and disappeared.
Maybe next time. Good luck.


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