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Old February 24th, 2018, 08:33 PM #11
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Iíll wait all night. Iíve watched the sun come up after being out all night more than once. Cold doesnt bother me...but I draw the line at rain. Thermal scope + moisture not bueno.
Lol what? Must need a better thermal then.

Night times the right time and a little rain makes it better.
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Old February 25th, 2018, 11:13 AM #12
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I have a thermal setup as well and would be interested in hunting some yotes. I dont have calls or experience but willing to learn if someone needs help thinning their population.
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I have a friend that hunts them just across the border in south east PA.
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Old February 25th, 2018, 10:23 PM #14
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Joe Rogan on coyotes. Explicit lyrics.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSgI9XToqI0
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For those that hunt coyotes and fox, do you concern yourself with rabies, or take extra precautions? Just wondering since they seem to be a group that would have it. I want to start predator hunting, just not sure where to start.
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Old February 28th, 2018, 07:34 AM #16
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Joe Rogan on coyotes. Explicit lyrics.
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So this cut out, but he suggests killing them only makes more. So how does he suggest they control them then?
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For those that hunt coyotes and fox, do you concern yourself with rabies, or take extra precautions? Just wondering since they seem to be a group that would have it. I want to start predator hunting, just not sure where to start.
Actually foxes don't have a high incidence of rabies...not sure of coyotes, but I would think they are similar to foxes.

A lot of people will see a nasty looking fox during the day and think it must be rabid, when it's just mange. Their day/night patterns often change because they are so miserable...
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I would be willing to hunt with somonen I just got a new ATN NightSight 5-20 on my AR-10 waiting to test it out
AR10 is overkill for coyotes. Use AR15 instead.
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