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post Feb 11 2012, 02:59 AM
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Just wondering, We are hunting here in South East Ohio and the coyote hunting has been very sucessful lately. Last night we called in a yote but couldnt seal the deal. About how long should we leave that spot alone? any help would be appreciated.

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post Feb 11 2012, 04:23 AM
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Give it a week or two then when you go back setup in a different location. When you call use a totally different sound than you did last time. Like if you used a jackrabbit last time then use a bird or howls the next time.


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post Feb 11 2012, 04:55 AM
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Give it a week or two then when you go back setup in a different location. When you call use a totally different sound than you did last time. Like if you used a jackrabbit last time then use a bird or howls the next time.


Well said Jeremy. I usually give it a week or more also.


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post Feb 11 2012, 06:50 PM
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Thanks for the input. I was guessing about a week or so but was just wondering what other people are doing. Hows everybody doing this year so far?

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post Feb 11 2012, 10:44 PM
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It's tough here where I live. There's a group of guys that load up 30 dogs and let them run down and kill every yote they see. They guys don't even shoot em. They just rotate dogs so a fresh pack can run em while the others rest. The dogs run em until they can't go any longer then tear their throats out and leave em gurgleing and gasping for their last breath. It's one thing to call one in an then make a good clean kill before the yote even knows what hits it. I can't stand the way those guys kill em though. I don't know??? I guess I was raised differently. As much as I love bustin yotes... I can't stand to watch them lay there suffering while they choke on their own blood after tryin to fight for his life against a whole a pack of dogs. These guys drive their trucks through row crop fields with no respect for the farmers. They have even went as far as cutting fences just to keep from havin to drive around it. Then they belly ache about huntin laws getting more and more strict and wonder why we have so many more game wardens in Southeast Missouri now. DUH!!!!!


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QUOTE(mejeremyb @ Feb 11 2012, 05:44 PM) *

It's tough here where I live. There's a group of guys that load up 30 dogs and let them run down and kill every yote they see. They guys don't even shoot em. They just rotate dogs so a fresh pack can run em while the others rest. The dogs run em until they can't go any longer then tear their throats out and leave em gurgleing and gasping for their last breath. It's one thing to call one in an then make a good clean kill before the yote even knows what hits it. I can't stand the way those guys kill em though. I don't know??? I guess I was raised differently. As much as I love bustin yotes... I can't stand to watch them lay there suffering while they choke on their own blood after tryin to fight for his life against a whole a pack of dogs. These guys drive their trucks through row crop fields with no respect for the farmers. They have even went as far as cutting fences just to keep from havin to drive around it. Then they belly ache about huntin laws getting more and more strict and wonder why we have so many more game wardens in Southeast Missouri now. DUH!!!!!


I hate seeing things suffer. What's the purpose of that? That's not hunting. Did they get in trouble for damaging property?


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post Feb 12 2012, 07:38 PM
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Wow, I agree with you guys. Thats not the way to hunt a yote. I guess we are pretty fortunate up here no one hunts them at all, maby about 5 of us around here local that hunt them full time, its usually to cold for most of the other guys i guess. However they are out of control so that makes some good hunting for us and anyone will let you hunt on them as long as you respect their land.
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Sounds awesome yoteman89!!! Where exactly are you located and do you need a huntin buddy for a week or so??? LOL


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post Feb 13 2012, 06:21 PM
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haha, We live close to Marietta, OH. Where about s are you fellas located ?
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haha, We live close to Marietta, OH. Where about s are you fellas located ?


I'm live in eastern pa. About an hour from Philadelphia. Where I hunt ranges from thick hardwoods to open fields.


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