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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-19-2008, 07:49 PM Thread Starter
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Hard to see the coyote because I had to zoom in all the way with the camera....there were actually 2 coyotes but they went in separate directions.




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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-20-2008, 06:56 AM
 
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More cool pics ETD and I love seeing all your pics but next time
if it's a coyote grab the rifle instead of the camera, SHOOT the coyote's, then grab the camera.. lol

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what bruce siad.looks like you got a little slice of heaven down there .so your hosting the deerhunterclubs next get together?right?

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about the gun......we didn't realize that the coyotes were coming that close to our caves/cows so I guess we need to put a gun under the back seat...he actually sat their and watched that calf for a few seconds and too bad we didn't have a gun becuase we could have "popped" him a good one!

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It's always a good idea to keep a rifle handy when you have livestock and there's coyotes in the area..
ETD, are you the only hunter in the family???

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It's always a good idea to keep a rifle handy when you have livestock and there's coyotes in the area..
ETD, are you the only hunter in the family???
My stepdad really got me into hunting, but I byfar spend the most time out in the woods....I am the only female hunter in the family...all my cousins and uncles hunt too.
But they are just "hunters" they don't really want to learn about the deer if that makes any sense.

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it makes great sense and I bet you make all them relatives very proud.
I have to say after seeing your post topics and seeing the pics you post and knowing the time you invest into becoming a better hunter, I am VERY Impressed and I think you should know, If we voted for the website hunter/huntress of the year, You'd clearly win as far as I see it. I know you'd have my vote!

Good luck and keep up the good work..

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Thank You Bruce

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the person who studies and learns all he can about the game being pursued will invariably become a better hunter.You show that quality for sure.Ya ever think of biologist as a career choice?

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Sure have!.....hopefully will become one too! (biologist or wildlife manager)

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