Take aim at a coyote

Usually by this time we’ve seen the snow fly and 20-degree days have arrived. Not this year.

If you are a hunter and have some time to, ah, kill, why not head to the woods for a little coyote hunting. It can be a lot of fun, and the action comes surprisingly quick. Last spring I was hunting with a friend who told me the coyotes were on a property he knew. Five minutes into the sit and the call blaring a rabbit squeal, the dogs were on us.

I highly suggest it if you haven’t tried it. Maybe some day hunters will be paid the $25 bounty lawmakers have been talking about. Until then, we’ll have to wait for any cash.

Another good way to pass the time outdoors is setting up a trail camera. That’s right, now is an excellent time to see what has survived the hunting season. Now that most hunters have left the woods, and the risk of having a camera stolen (sad but true) has dipped, put a camera out and look for any deer which slipped through the cracks.

You know they’re bucks out there … go find them! And while you’re at it, put a dent in the coyote population.

 

 

 

 

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