coyote problem, need some advice

Discussion in 'Washington Hunting' started by flanker7, May 22, 2015.

  1. TexMojoII

    TexMojoII Well, Shit!

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    Larry
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    Bait with Warfarin. LOL, Just Kidding ...
     
  2. TexMojoII

    TexMojoII Well, Shit!

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    Kinetic force would be the fun way though.
     
  3. fishstomp

    fishstomp Picaroon

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    ɐsn ɐɔ 'pןǝıɟsɹǝʞɐq
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    Doug
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    Lawn chair in the back of a pick up, 80lb spectra, big treble hook baited with a hot dog. Have your gaff ready.......coyote fishing.....
     
  4. I've never done it, but I know someone who had a coyote problem. They put some triple hooks on some wire leader secured to a structure, baited them and used a predator caller. I know they got two of them and they quit coming around. Cruel and unusual, but it worked.
     
  5. Clockwork

    Clockwork I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    there are probably 20 guys on hunting-Washington.com forums who would love to help you out.
     
  6. EJ Swanny

    EJ Swanny I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Erik
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    So what happened flank? If you think they were pesty in the spring, they come out this fall and try and eat as much as possible before pickings get slim...

    Their fur is getting nice and full now as well..by November they should be near full...at least that's how they look on the east side......skin one out and make a full rug hanging mount. I'd go with a predator call and a silenced .223...forget about traps/bait/etc....a distressed rabbit call will bring them right in this time of year......

    Goodluck and be safe....Swanny
     
  7. Odin7

    Odin7 Odin7

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    George
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    Neighbor kids were stealing my strawberries. This worked like a champ on them.

    I should be released soon for good behavior...
     
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  8. flanker7

    flanker7 Member

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    kingston wa usa
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    Tev
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    " The grocery getter" 18ft 1996 Truline CC, Unnamed 2002 Hewescraft 179
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    I sat out a couple of nights and called them in but they never came out of the tree line. After doing that a few times in a row I think they went for easier targets cause we haven't had a problem since. The dogs go nuts every so often when the pack is passing through. When they do Ill fire off a couple of rounds and it usually does the trick. Id love to get a shot off on a few of them but they are tricky little bastards.
     

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