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Bell County Coyote Hunting #8170414 02/15/21 03:27 AM
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I'm looking for a couple buddies to hunt with. I do almost all my hunting at night with a thermal scope and suppressor and looking for people that use them too. I'm willing to share my hunting spots with people that are willing to do the same for me. Defiantly want to get more into hand calling too.

Re: Bell County Coyote Hunting [Re: Sodak58] #8180549 02/22/21 10:18 PM
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Just getting started hunting Coyotes. I also need a hunting partner. Do you prefer night time?, If so, what are the reasons?

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I hunt mostly at night and early morning. I kill more coyotes at these times. I think coyotes are less weary at night vs. day. They feel more confident that no one can see them in the dark. Pm me if you want to try and link up.

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