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13 Comments

  1. Cynthia Neufeld

    Looking forward to helping our deer population.
    It’s been way down in the last 4 years, due to a couple of Ruff winters and coyote over population.
    Thank you for your tips.

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  2. Tim

    Thanks for the tips I’ll be utilizing them for sure

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  3. Tyler

    I was wonder what a suggestion call would be. I am hunting a brand new property, there are tracks and poo everywhere. I have made some calls but nothing has showed up. Just curious…

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    • Larry Auman

      Tyler please contact me, “Larry”

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      • Brian ball

        Hey larry

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      • Brian

        I’ve got a question for ya

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  4. Larry Auman

    I’m interested in finding folks in SE Louisiana who have an interest in hunting Coyotes. I have a FoxPro Sockwave electronic call and related gear.

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  5. Jason

    Time to fill the FUR WAGON! Hunting the high deserts of northern California and Nevada.?

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    • Jason

      Predatorsyndicate or furwagon

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  6. Ed Hamblin

    New to your site, but looking forward to new info. Thanks

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  7. Ernest

    Anytime you can drop a coyote. Your helping not only the deer population, but your helping the antelope population as well as other animal populations. I love it when you call in a coyote and he never leaves

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  8. Johnathan

    How many times is too many times to hunt the same spot I have seen them every time they just won’t get in too shooting range but will come out an howl I shot one Thursday but seen 4 is hunting Tuesday too early

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    • Chad Clark

      I wouldn’t go 5 times in a week, but we’ve killed coyotes in virtually the same spot on back to back days several times. Set up in a little different spot, play different sounds, and even go at different times of the day. We’ve called the same spot several hours apart on the same day and called dogs.

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