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Old July 7th, 2018, 06:50 PM #61
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Old July 11th, 2018, 08:25 AM #62
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I don’t have any experience up here but I hunt them on my property in VA. I normally hunt them at night with a 300BO with a suppressor and subs with an Elusive Technology’s Green Kill Light Mounted to the scope. The kill light is effective out to 100-125 yards and like foxes they don’t seem to see the light at all. We normally call them in using a rabbit squeal. Any kind of hurt animal noise usually gets their attention. I normally carry a 12GA as a backup as I have had them get very close very fast at times.
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I remember hearing about burros taking out predators like coyotes and bobcats etc

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This video has a donkey and Llama protecting sheep.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=G8oO-GypOLA
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thats a bad day for a coyote and ultimate humiliation...to get killed by a donkey/ass
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thats a bad day for a coyote and ultimate humiliation...to get killed by a donkey/ass
Its all fun and games until the cougar wins and your ass gets kicked instead
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Good Evening All. I'm the old new kid on the block, but, I've taken two here in Charles County so far. Wasn't looking for them, but, it just happened. There's been a few other kills and couple trapped here as well going back to about October 2017. I'm going to have a look around and see what's new.
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Buddy of mine has got two of them in Charles County so far.
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Did not know we had coyotes in MD... damn.

Never seen a real one. Wolves i saw way up north once. Terrifying experience, especially since we were un-armed. Luckily they were not interested in us.

Now moose and bears... i got stories to tell hahaha...
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Buddy of mine has got two of them in Charles County so far.
That big boy in the first picture is quite healthy.
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