Post by bowhunter836 on Feb 3, 2016 17:37:22 GMT -5
You are absolutely rite! I was really excited to get this coyote I told my buddy that is helping me we were after this1 for the past 3seasons he asked me how I know I told him first of she was missing a toe on her left front pad & she always left her scent markings in the same exact spot 3yrs in a row and she was smart she always disappeared after we caught a few younger yotes! Also I believe she lost that front toe in 1 of my traps 3years ago and I have targeted her ever since! Even though I got her in a snare 20yrds from where I originally claimed 1 of her toes she is a major catch in my book
Post by bowhunter836 on Feb 3, 2016 17:56:14 GMT -5
Thanks! To be honest im just as excited to catch a coyote that I know im after as I am to harvest a good deer! Some of these coyotes we try to get for 2-3 yrs and sometimes just like mature deer they disappear! Anyone not taking advantage of this game of cat and mouse is really missing out! And I recommend it to everyone having the after deer season blues! I have been at it for 20years and opening day gets my heart pumping just like opener o deer and every coyote you get is 1 less fawn that yote can eat! So get out there and get a few im sure u will get hooked after you catch your 1st one! Good luck
I have yet to catch anything other than a case of the fits. It seems I catch more coyotes in coon sets than coyote sets. My hats off to anyone who can catch them with any consistency with leg holds. I can put leashes on them but heck if I can get one to step on a pan. I quit smoking maybe that will help but doubt it. Someday I might have to take instruction from someone who knows how to get them to step on a pan.