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Pontiac , Il USA - Friday, September 07, 2001 at 22:42:45 (EDT)
great web site!have just started hunting yotes.not sure but may have seen red yote.could that be?have seen several grey. please coment.
spencer, oh USA - Tuesday, September 04, 2001 at 21:21:52 (EDT)Hey this is a great page i'm 13 and i do alott of hunting with my dad and his friend we just lost our dog she was going to have pups any time and she got hit by a car so we are lookingfor a knew one if you know any one around NY that has dogs i'dappreciate it if you could email me thanx Tyler Brothers
Tyler Brothers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
heuvelton, NY USA - Sunday, September 02, 2001 at 22:28:48 (EDT)I DON'T WANT TO HUNT COYOTES, I WANT TO KILL THEM. IS THERE A LEGAL WAY TO POISON THEM?A.C.
A. C. STANLEY <A.C.STANLEY@ATT.NET>
FORT WORTH, TX USA - Sunday, August 12, 2001 at 17:45:32 (EDT)we are custom & general gunsmiths. BIRDSEYE TRADING POST <email@example.com>
birdseye, in USA - Monday, July 30, 2001 at 15:19:01 (EDT)I love to coyote hunt and have been for about the last 6 years. I have had some ups and downs. Just stick in there and don't give up. Loved the info you shared.
sam noel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
kanab, ut USA - Saturday, July 28, 2001 at 22:03:01 (EDT)As the urban coyotes say: "heeeere kitty kitty!" lol Brad <I_Yam@TroutHooker.net>
Bend, OR USA - Tuesday, July 17, 2001 at 23:03:39 (EDT)We live very near a city on the river bluff. I have not had problem with cyotes before, we lost a pet. I am just getting started. I am going to use 30-06 with a 45 grain bullet. It seems to have great ballistics. But with the brush I plan to bring a shotgun. can you give we some advice on calling sequences. I call in magpies quickly, but I have not had any luck calling in cyotes.Thanks
Al Tekavec <FOUNTARK>
PUEBLO , CO USA - Tuesday, July 17, 2001 at 10:54:40 (EDT)i came here looking for pictures of cyotes, because i am a leader of a childrens group at 4-H. I am the leader of the cyotes, so i was looking for some pictures of cyotes. Thanx anyway
Emily Elizabeth <email@example.com>
Gainesville, Tx USA - Tuesday, July 10, 2001 at 15:03:46 (EDT)Awesome site. I have been hunting dogs for most of my 30 young yearsand my advice to guys just starting is to hang in there. Everyplace is a little different and soon you'll figure out what works. I hunt in the southwest kansas where canyons and sagebrush are common and have found raspy jackrabbit calls work the best. I have use open reeded cottontail calls but it seems in the sagebrush the raspy jacks are the best. Camoflage and good hiding spots are critical, I don't know how many times I thought I was hid good only to scope a coyote 800 yards out that was looking right and then watch him turn around and leave. But experience will take care of some of those things. (Which, by the way, still happen on occasion)I shoot a Rem 700BDL .243 with VMAX hornadies pushed with 38.3 grains of IMR 3031 in Lake City brass. A very good load I must say!\Hang in there boys, and to Bill....excellent site!!!DrewThe Kansas Hunting Trailwww.kansas.thehuntingtrail.net Drew McIntire <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Montezuma, KS USA - Monday, July 09, 2001 at 20:56:39 (EDT)Very nice website! Well written and nice photography! My comment to those just starting out is be careful because coyote hunting is addicting and can control your life. Happy hunting.Bob Robert Wimpenny <email@example.com>
WY USA - Sunday, July 08, 2001 at 00:30:54 (EDT)I have tried hunting cyotes lots of times but still i havent seen anything.Is it better to hunt around woods or a thickit.Is it better in afternoon or morning.I use a cottontail rabbit on a Lohman tape player.please give me some imformation . ben polk <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Lexington, Tn USA - Sunday, July 01, 2001 at 22:37:21 (EDT)hey i was wondering if you would know how i could become a proffesinal like cyote elimanator or just shoot cyote for people for money i was just asking you if you knew eny thing about how i could become one or who i could ask eny advice helps thanks
USA - Saturday, June 23, 2001 at 22:38:53 (EDT)Great site! I have just started huntin' yotes. There has been a real problem with them here in northern NV. Been out spotting at night mostly, got three just the other night. It is a blast! Been using a .30-06 as it is the only rifle I currently have, but it rolls em' up real nice. Keep up the good work!
Nick Rice <email@example.com>
Yerington, NV USA - Thursday, June 21, 2001 at 20:30:38 (EDT)Great Site! Enjoyed the time i have spent here and will be back many times more I'm sure. Keep up the Great Work! Jim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mi USA - Thursday, June 21, 2001 at 05:09:26 (EDT)Your website would not open up for me? I don't know why.
Grand Island, NE USA - Tuesday, June 19, 2001 at 19:23:45 (EDT)GREAT SITE, WE RAISE SHEEP AND ALTHOUGH WE HAVE GUARDIAN DOGS, THE COYOTES SEEM TO GET SMARTER EVERY YEAR AND THEY LOVE THE TASTE OF LAMB. OUR DOGS DO A GREAT JOB, BUT THEY CAN'T BE EVERYWHERE AT ONCE SO WE HAVE DECIDED TO HELP THEM AND GET EVEN. REALLY ENJOYED YOUR SITE AND IT IS VERY INFORMATIVE. I JUST HOPE IT DOESN'T TAKE US AS LONG TO LEARN HOW TO DO A "WOUNDED RABBIT CALL" AS IT TOOK US TO LEARN HOW TO BLOW OUR STOCK DOG WHISTLE. WE HAVE ATLEAST 6-7 COYOTES ON OUR FARM MOST OF THE TIME. WE ARE ABLE TO GET THEM AT HAYING SEASON AS THEY DO NOT RUN AWAY FROM THE TRACTOR, BUT BY THEN THEY SEEM HAVE HAVE DINED ON A COUPLE OF LAMBS OR SO. ANYWAY ENJOYED YOUR WEBSITE VERY MUCH.
matt kubicek <email@example.com>
HIGH RIVER, AB CANADA - Tuesday, June 05, 2001 at 22:36:00 (EDT)Great Site!!!!Hey go check out ours: www.CoyotePros.comWe are The Professioal Coyote Hunters Association and would like to introduce ourselves.If you are a professional or wanting to become one, this site is for you. We will be up and operational very soon.Take Care and look forward to hearing from you.Charlene Charlene <Catania7@att.net>
USA - Friday, May 25, 2001 at 23:56:36 (EDT)Love your web page. I have almost finished up the spring gobbler season and have decided it is time to take up Coyote hunting. I have seen fresh sign every day that I have hunted this spring. I even called one up while I was working on a turkery. Too bad he didn't get in close enough for the ol' 12 guage. Thank you for the web page and information..... keep up the good work. Scott
Roanoke, VA USA - Thursday, May 17, 2001 at 01:40:28 (EDT)Just checked out your sight, nice to know I'm not the only one other than the magazines. I have alot to learn, they teatch me something every time I go and hunt them. The dog is fast becoming my passion after hunting deer and and other animals for many years, there is nothing to compare to a dog comming in thirty yards off your left shoulder in heavy cover and him never knowing you're there, or at least not showing it. Keep up the good work.
John Raulston <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Bedford, OH USA - Thursday, May 10, 2001 at 22:49:46 (EDT)we have just started cyote hunting. What are the rules and regs coyote hunting. Where would be a good website. thanks for your help.
morton, IL USA - Sunday, April 22, 2001 at 15:48:02 (EDT)I like the site, and everything it has to offer, but i still have no idea what an actual rabbit in distress sounds like, and its a hard sound to imitate if you've never heard it, if someone could email me with further instruction i would be happy, thanks.
Johnny B <email@example.com>
Enka-Candler, NC USA - Monday, April 16, 2001 at 23:10:37 (EDT) Bill,Great website can't never get enough information on old wiley they are one smart critter. Been hunting them 6years now and they still will make me scratch my head in awe,just when I think I have them figured out I get BUSTED at a call site.Coyotes sure know how too humble a fellow I guess that's why I love to hunt them so much,they let me know alot that I can never learn to much about them.Everytime I go out I learn a little bit about this amazing animal,when I fool one I know I have done my homework well.COYOTE HUNTING YOU GOT TO LOVE IT,keep the information coming can't never get enough of it.Thanks Bill
TW OWENS SR <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Granite City, IL USA - Monday, April 16, 2001 at 11:10:02 (EDT) BillGreat website,just thought I would drop a few lines to say how much I love COYOTE HUNTING.Been hunting them 6years now and I can never get to much information on this craftey critter.I use a 223& 22-250 both have gotten me yotes.Only got one close enough for my trusty shotgun 35 paces but he fell to 3in BB.Always like to here from people who love this sport as much as I do.Just when you think you have this coyote hunting thing mastered YOU GET BUSTED, and it's back to the calling board.Coyote hunting sure can make a fellow HUMBLE,but what great fun it is when you do your homework right and MR YOTE comes running in and you are there to greet him. Thanks Bill TW OWENS SR
TW OWENS SR <coydoghunter1>
Granite City, IL USA - Monday, April 16, 2001 at 08:23:28 (EDT)i hope your tips can help me gat more coyotes in witch i think they will larry ritchie <email@example.com>
reedsville, ohio USA - Wednesday, April 11, 2001 at 20:49:26 (EDT)Hi Bill! You've got a nice site here. Well I'll get to the point. Im seventeen and Im interested in cyote hunting. My grandfather's place has a high cyote population which are killing his gease. He wanted to know if I would take care of the problem. I am more than glad to help him out. What I need to know is which tape call do you cyote hunters think is the best on the shelf? If anyone can help or give info to me please do. Nathan Kline <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Peru , In USA - Tuesday, April 03, 2001 at 15:34:26 (EDT) Thanks to our local Wildlife officers, we now have cyotes in North Carolina. We had successfully erradicated them until some blleding hearts thopught the deserved to be reintroduced. So far, we have lost the Mallards that were nesting on our pond, and one calf born in the snow. I don't have any hard evidence, but the rabbit and quail poulation seems to be dwindling. Can some one tell me where to get the calling tapes I need. Any hints on how to get close enough to these critters to finish them off would be appreciated.
Dennis Weaver <email@example.com>
Weaverville, NC USA - Monday, April 02, 2001 at 16:42:25 (EDT)Hi Bill! I am Ryan Smith's cousin and I see a lot of coyotes around here. I hope I can use your info as soon as I can! Kevin Renfro
Kevin Renfro <BuffKlr@juno.com>
Sandy, OR USA - Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 16:43:28 (EST)Hi Bill!I am Ryan Smith's cousin and I see a lot of coyotes around here. I hope I can use your info as soon as I can!Kevin Renfro
Kevin Renfro <BuffKlr@juno.com>
Sandy, OR USA - Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 16:38:17 (EST)I enjoyed your web site. I liked the article on weaponary. Seems to me you like to keep it simple and logical.
kit taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
los alamos, nm USA - Sunday, March 18, 2001 at 23:16:34 (EST) Hi Bill great site,if your ever in OH.look me up!I have some great places to hunt,some private some public...Come see us anytime. Rob Burke
Rob Burke <RBurke_65@hotmail.com>
Sandusky, OH USA - Monday, March 12, 2001 at 08:38:11 (EST)Mr. Porter, Pretty cool web-site, I enter it often. I just haven't had a chance to sign the guestbook, with all the pictures and stories. Keep up the good work. It will be even nicer to enter your site during the summer. I live in Southwestern N.M. and have alot of fun with coyotes down here. Thanks for the awesome site.David Arredondo David A. Arredondo Sr. <email@example.com>
Playas, NM USA - Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 17:57:46 (EST) I need help!!!! Haven't got one yet. Have a caller and several tapes but no luck. But I can hear them in the distance. paul m
Paul Martin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Las Vegas, NV USA - Tuesday, February 27, 2001 at 18:34:09 (EST)I have the #285 cyote howler and it works great I got 2 cyotes on it.
Jason Alexander <You have a cool website.>
Willisburg, PA. USA - Sunday, February 25, 2001 at 11:04:15 (EST)I really like your website! I just happened to stumble onto it by accident, but the advice was great! I hunt here in Oregon and I have a couple of packs of coyotes around. We have foxes and bobcats, but nothin' else. Gotta go coyote huntin!Ryan Smith
Ryan Smith <Rcs6@juno.com>
Sandy, OR USA - Sunday, February 18, 2001 at 18:28:34 (EST)Hey, everyone I`ve been hunting coyotes for a few years here in Iowa. We do all kinds of hunting in the winter, but none compair to the thrill of chasing coyotes. We drive and spot, and call but so far we havent had very much luck with the call this year, compaired to the present years in all we have killed more than 25 coyotes this year.I`m going to try Bill`s calling scenario, hopefully then well have better luck with the call.Thanks Bill and Kathy
Nick Palmer <email@example.com>
Farmersburg, Ia USA - Tuesday, February 13, 2001 at 17:49:18 (EST)Hey, everyone I`ve been hunting coyotes for a few years here in Iowa. We do all kinds of hunting in the winter, but none compair to the thrill of chasing coyotes. We drive and spot, and call but so far we havent had very much luck with the call this year, compaired to the present years in all we have killed more than 25 coyotes this year.I`m going to try Bill`s calling scenario, hopefully then well have better luck with the call.Thanks Bill and Kathy
Nick Palmer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Farmersburg, Ia USA - Tuesday, February 13, 2001 at 17:44:52 (EST)Bill fantastic website,I have just started hunting coyotes after a dozen or so years of fox hunting in central Pa, no coyotes yet but I will keep trying. I have been trying to research coyotes in Pa, but there is not a lot of info available. I did however see a couple other Pa hunters have visited your site and left there email, I am going to email them and attempt share some info. All I really have to share is that my area is loaded with fox, which usually means not many coyotes, but they are out there. Once again thanks for this valuable resource, keep up the good work.
Barry Mueller <BTMueller@cs.com>
Carlisle, Pa USA - Thursday, February 08, 2001 at 10:10:35 (EST)Thanks Bill Im 14 and from IL and this is the best coyote huntin site on the web Roy Robison <RobertE@cillnet.net>
Hillsboro, IL USA - Saturday, February 03, 2001 at 20:38:16 (EST)thanks for the tips. we have been doing the spot and drive, or track on new snow tactics, for years but no one uses calls we get 1 to 4 yotes and or foxes each day. this year is a banner year as we have lots of hard snow with snow shoes on it is like everything is a concreat sidewalk. we have 10 yotes and 8 foxes so far this year. and we don't use call's can't wait to call one in and blast it with my partners watching while i'm waiting for hours for a drive to get done (we have small sections of land squared by roads)reading your site has added a new aspect to my hunting thank you so much!
pumpkincenter, wi USA - Monday, January 22, 2001 at 05:03:21 (EST)Love the site. Found it by accident. I have been hunting for 35 years but just recently for coyote mainly because they have moved in, ran the fox out and are playing hell with the deer and rabbits. I havn't had much time or luck, but i did call one in to @ 185 yrds and took him with one shot It went in through the left ftont breast and exited through the middle of his backbone. Needless to say he didn't go anywhere. I used a 30-06 with 125 gr pointed soft point factory loads. I loved the result. I am not interested in the pelts as they are not worth much around here, I merely want to control the #'s of yotes. I also raise angus cattle and we have lost a couple of calves the last couple of years--One calf I am sure of coyote kill (he was sick& weak, got lost in the tall corn and the yotes got him since he could not run fast and the mother could not get to him to protect him), the other I am not sure whether he died first or the yotes got him first.At any rate they are a nuiscance and a good alternative to other game that is not in season as the Ohio season never closes on yotes including Sundays. After I get a little practice I will e-mail again and let you know how your advice works as I am going to follow your lead to get started in this new adventure. Bill Ferguson
Bill Ferguson <email@example.com>
East Liverpool, Oh USA - Saturday, January 20, 2001 at 01:10:26 (EST)Great site! Found it back accident, but will return frequently. I have been hunting and trapping varmints for over 35 years and still feel theres lots to learn. Nice to see another advocate of the 24F, with 3 in the family 223/20, and 2 of the 223/12 modes all with 21/2X slug gun scopes, you can tell the weapon of choice here. If you are ever in the neck of the woods, look me up.
John Steel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Roswell, NM USA - Tuesday, December 26, 2000 at 18:36:13 (EST)Thanks for the tips. I've been hunting coyotes for about 4 years now and still learning something new every day. Thanks for the help.
Donald Nelke <email@example.com>
Pocola, OK USA - Tuesday, August 15, 2000 at 12:23:25 (EDT) I really enjoyed your website. I have been wanting to get into coyote hunting.
Mountainside, NJ USA - Thursday, August 10, 2000 at 03:53:52 (EDT)I have enjoyed visiting your site and seeing it grow. I want to invite you to visit POSSECOUNTRY.com. There are about 300 people now registered and we are looking for more :)Thank youJimNM Jim Helmick <firstname.lastname@example.org>
las cruces , nm USA - Friday, June 09, 2000 at 12:47:10 (EDT)Your website is one of the best for coyote hunting tips i've found could i please be put on your mailing list so i could be updated on coyote hunting tips and news.
Ryan C. <email@example.com>
USA - Sunday, May 21, 2000 at 19:45:18 (EDT)your website was very informative and helpful. if you could add my name to a mailing list to keep me updated on coyote hunting news, i would greatly appricate it.
Michael Semmens <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Elgin, IL USA - Tuesday, March 21, 2000 at 16:56:44 (EST)Your website has been the most helpful in learning how to hunt coyotes. I have just started hunting them in the mountains of central PA and I am trying to learn all I can about them. When I finally get one, I'll be sure to send in a photo. Happy Hunting!
Ryan Williams <email@example.com>
Pleasant Gap, PA USA - Wednesday, February 16, 2000 at 12:42:14 (EST)Thankyou so much for sharing your tips and experiences with me. I am new to Coyote hunting and I find your website the most interesting and the most helpful of all. I trust your judgement on hunting being that I am new to all this. You really make it exciting! Jesse from Minnesota
Shakopee, MN USA - Monday, February 14, 2000 at 23:05:27 (EST)Great Web-site. Alot of helpful information to a beginner East Coast Coyote Hunter. First hunt 02/10/00, harvested 44pound New Jersey Yote!!! Only the third one in the State all season. Came into a Lohman cottantail call in less then 5 minutes. I'm HOOKED!!! Dslayer
Dave Kleinknecht <Dslayer@Blast.net>
Flemington, NJ USA - Friday, February 11, 2000 at 15:53:37 (EST)Bill, thanks for all the info. on hunting coyotes. Your website has sparked my interest in hunting the brush wolf. I'm heading up-north in february to try my luck at calling these sly critters. Wish me luck and please keep up the great website. Thank you and God Bless. Jeff.
Jeff Nieman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Garden City, MI USA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 07:32:51 (EST)Excellent site. I'll be trying out many of your suggestions. Nice that Minnesota products are even getting use in the southwest. Wildlife Research makes some of the best.
Scott Hoppe <email@example.com>
Annandale, MN USA - Friday, January 28, 2000 at 12:36:56 (EST)Bill: Thanks for providing us all with info on hunting coyotes. After much searching I finally found this site. I am really new to hunting predators but have had a little success. No kills yet but I have had responses to my calling. I would really like to go out with a vet. of this hunting but haven't found any in my area yet. I use two different hand-held mouth calls that are rabbit and mouse. What success I have had were coyotes that hung up out of range or behind cover. Its hard to set up for an open shot in my hunting areas. As I said thanks for the info and keep up the good work. Hunt hard and safe, and God bless you all....The Country Boy John A. Eddy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
House Springs, MO USA - Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 12:53:35 (EST)Bill,I really loved your web site.Can always gain in knowledge how to out smart coyotes.Thanks again for a terrific web site.Tom F. Moss
Tom F.Moss <email@example.com>
Ft. Madison, IIa USA - Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 11:47:49 (EST)Mike,I loved your web site.Being and avid yote hunter I can always use expert imformation.I am still learning every time I go out.I'll return to your site again and again to hopefully get to be a better coyote hunter.Thanks again for a Great web site.Tom F. Moss firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom F. Moss <email@example.com>
Ft. Madison, IIa USA - Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 11:39:44 (EST)Bill, this is a great site. Stumbled upon it by accident,and now it's bookmarked. I am interested in trying my hand at coyote hunting. I'll drop you an email and seek some advice directly. Keep up the wonderful site.Mike
Mike Romo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Los Lunas, NM USA - Saturday, January 22, 2000 at 00:16:31 (EST)Your website is very informative. I just started hunting coyotes about 4 months ago. I have found that they are much more intelligent and harder to hunt than Whitetail deer. I haven't had much success so far with calling them. I've used mouth calls and an electronic call with no luck. I've seen more coyotes just by sitting in the woods waiting, but this can make for a long day. Do you have any tips for me? I hunt in Northwest Missouri. The cover is usually very heavy making it difficult to see a coyote if he is approaching. I have found an old barn that contains a large amount of feces. There also seems to be what looks like a den nearby. Would this be a good place to sit and wait? Is sunrise and sundown the best times? I wear full camo and use cover scent but still have no luck calling them. Even with the low success rate, I still can't wait to get in the woods and hunt coyotes every couple of weeks. Thank you and your comments will be appreciated.Dave Haws
Dave Haws <CarolAHaws@aol.com>
Pleasant Hill, MO USA - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 at 22:58:06 (EST)I am 14 years old, and I think that this is one of the best hunting websites there is. My dad only hunts Deer, Elk, and Upland Game, but I want to get into prediter hunting, and this site is full of very helpful tips.
Jesse Sherwood <CowboyJS69@aol.com>
Selah(Yakima Co.), Washington USA - Monday, January 17, 2000 at 18:02:28 (EST)I would like to say how much i like your web site full of infoon coyote hunting but as you can see i am from Scotland and wehave not any coyote's but lots of fox.Thanks again Scott
Scott Beaton <HORNY_969@yahoo.co.uk>
Greenock, Scotland - Sunday, January 16, 2000 at 11:53:29 (EST)I am new to coyote hunting and found your site to be very informative.Most of my hunting is done in the rugged mountains of northern Pa. I have tried hunting all hours of the day and night with no succes but know that first one is out there.Any tips, suggestions or ideas would be of great help. I loved your site and can't wait to see those new pics.HAPPY HUNTING
Denny Carini <email@example.com>
Belle Vernon, Pa. USA - Sunday, January 16, 2000 at 01:41:38 (EST)I really enjoyed your web site, it's a good one. I've been a predator caller since 64, a member of the California Varmint Callers Asso. since 75 and I'm the founder of the High Desert Predator Callers. Over the years I've had some super hunts and other times things wern't so good, one thing for sure I have alot of memories of the sport that we all love, good luck to you.
Danny Batastini <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Apple Valley , CA USA - Saturday, January 15, 2000 at 19:08:00 (EST)This is one of the best sites I have ever been on. I just started hunting Coyote last year. Since then I just can't get it out of my system. Most of the coyotes around this area are 35-40 pounds. I think it is because most of them are coy-dogs. I have just started calling so the tips will help a lot. We get most of our coyotes when hunting birds. We will walk a ditch and have blokers at the other end. It has worked well. We usualy get 2-3 up a day. Remeber get em up and knock em down.
Ryan Iverson <email@example.com>
Il USA - Thursday, January 06, 2000 at 16:55:57 (EST)GREAT web page. I really enjoyed visiting. I am very interested in cyote hunting although i've never tried hunting just cyotes. I've shot some while deer hunting but it seems that hunting cyotes can be just as much fun as hunting deer. I really look forward to reading some more tips in the near future. Can you tell me where the best location would be in central wi. to hunt cyotes. I have 260 acres to hunt of my own and alot of it is woodland and open farmland. we have a pond in our woods along the Black River and during the fall we have found what appears to be cyote droppings. We have many stands right in that area. I was reading about the cover scents and around here skunk works great in the fall but what about the winter would fox urine be just as effective since skunks hybernaite during the winter months? Thank you for your time send your respons to firstname.lastname@example.org
Anthony Hericks <email@example.com>
Neillsville, wi USA - Monday, January 03, 2000 at 17:24:19 (EST)Great sight...... If your ever in South Central Wyoming (Home of the world championship coyote calling contest) Look me up....It's second to none....!!!!!!
Rhett Mathill <Wyocntryboy@yahoo.com>
Rawlins, wy USA - Monday, January 03, 2000 at 01:26:24 (EST)Hi there...I really enjoyed your website!...Very imformative.I've hunted off and on for coyotes for about three years now, and FINALLY got one on December 30th 1999. I think the shot was pure luck being that it was a 328yd shot(I measured after not believing what I had just done). after shooting at probably the same one a few weeks ago with a 22LR, he was quite leary the morning I got him with my .223. I have taken pictures of the dog, and will scan and send them when I get them developed. Once again, good job on a great site.
Steve C. <MrUScdcEIS@aol.com>
Wilmington, il USA - Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 12:34:33 (EST) I found your information helpfull thank you
Wade Johnsin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Holdrege, NE USA - Friday, December 31, 1999 at 20:29:59 (EST)Excellent website. Your articles and pictures were well written and presented. I hope you don't mind but I copied a couple of pages to share with my yote hunting buddies. I'll be glad to let you know if we have any luck this year. Please keep up the great work, and if your ever around northern Illinois, be sure to give me a holler. ThanxMike Myers1200 W. Pines Rd. Oregon, IL. 61061(815) 732-7472
Michael E. Myers <Sharon@essex.com>
Oregon, IL USA - Monday, December 20, 1999 at 02:17:00 (EST)Hey ` great page , an i have lots a stories an pics, but will have to wait for santa to bring me a scanner. Yotie hunting is my favorite past time , we bait with road kill (DEER) an call too, We get some pretty big Yoties, had a contest here put on by a local hunting supply store, we turned in 111 Coyotes from Jan 1 to april 4, the three biggest 46, 48 ,an 52 lbs. Had small prizes for the biggest male , biggest female , an for the most each week. Great help for the deer , as they yard up here for the winter, makes easy meals for the Yoties, another advantage of hunting the deer yards is you have a whole lot more eyes an ears watching for the little varmit, all ya do is watch the Deer`s ears, he`ll lay them down towards the direction the Coyote is approaching from ( Works great) i`ll check in soon , an send yo a couple pics of these Miramichi Yoties , Good Luck Hunting
Brian Tozer <email@example.com>
Miramichi, NB Canada - Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 07:52:52 (EST)The same "urges" that make me hunt with a muzzleloader and a bow are making me want to make my own calls. In the Jemez Mountains I probably should start with a cottontail/distress and a howler. I've got a pretty good rabbit call, any input on making a homemade howler?
Bob Shahan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ponderosa, NM USA - Thursday, December 09, 1999 at 21:13:07 (EST)I have been primarily fox hunting for about three years now but with the increase in PA's coyote population it has become a viable option for predator hunting in PA although my friends and I have only recently started heavily hunting coyotes we look forward to many successful hunts. We hunt one of two ways calling or running dogs depends on the mood that stirkes us that night.
David Gallagher <PSUChim@yahoo.com>
State College, PA USA - Saturday, November 27, 1999 at 17:03:37 (EST)Thanks for a very interesting website, I have only just started coyote hunting, I use a 6 ppc Sako lightweight hunter. I am sure your informative site will be of great help to me, Once again thanks Ian. Ian Crawshaw <SHJACO@aol.com>
Maumelle, AR USA - Thursday, November 25, 1999 at 14:45:02 (EST)I do a lot of hunting but never for Coyotes. I should have taken it up when I lived in Oklahoma but never did. I plan to get started soon. Your site is very interesting and I am sure it will be very helpful. Can you recommend any instructional calling tapes? I am sure I could use a few lessons.
John Canada <email@example.com>
Sweetwater, TN USA - Friday, November 19, 1999 at 09:42:22 (EST) Mr Porter, just wanted to drop a line to say thanks for putting something up for coyote hunting. It has been suprizingly hard to find information on. I live in central Kansas and have recently taken up bowhunting....coyote bowhunting is where I shall turn my sites now! We shall see how much success I have. Even though my backdrops and all around terrain will differ from yours I have taken much information with me from your site. Thanks again and keep on keepin on! 11/14/99 01:11 HRS
Cory Fessenden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hutchinson, KS USA - Sunday, November 14, 1999 at 02:08:53 (EST)We liked your site! We hope you see ours...We are a new online magazine dedicated to Coyote Hunting and Trapping. We need Coyote stories from everyone!!!Go to our site and e-mail them to us. Pass the word around, will ya. Please link us to your site. We are VHA family members, NRA and linked with both. Happy Hunting. Jerry & Charlene Catania <JC@TheWolfer.com>
Hurricane, UT USA - Monday, November 01, 1999 at 00:28:20 (EST)Hey Great site, one of the first sites where you are trying to explain how you call and what works for you is COMMOM sense on how a small animal in distress would act, My hunting partners would say thats no way to call (SCRAMBLE) and before they could turn around I would be busting 4 buck into a Yote just 40 feet away, what a rush. I was asked to go Coyote hunting several times and had no interest until the wifes and my cool little cat got it right off the back yard fense by three coyotes, so to me it has been sweet revenge, but what I like most is out smarting the best Predator out there except a mountain. Camo and not moving to fast is Key, just trying to be invisable and sometimes being stalked by the Dogs while walking to a stand and being looked at but not figured out by the Coyotes is until you wizz several pellets into their fur is just FANTASTIC.
Craig Young <email@example.com>
MT. Shasta, CA USA - Thursday, October 21, 1999 at 20:16:33 (EDT)Been years since I hunted dogs and it makes me want to get back in it. Now is all I have to do is find someone and some places to go again here in Central IL. By the way have had them on several occasions wandering the streets of the neighborhood. Saw one running a cottontail across the street about a month ago.
Rich Brodbeck <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Peoria, IL USA - Thursday, October 07, 1999 at 21:59:11 (EDT)I enjoyed your site very much. Can't wait to get started calling after I get back from elk hunting.
George p Friedrich <email@example.com>
bassett, ne USA - Monday, September 27, 1999 at 14:21:40 (EDT)Good reading!! 9-19-99 0:700 am, 2 dead yotes & four misses. Three of us had a blast. Gene
gene edwards <firstname.lastname@example.org>
mountain home, IDd USA - Monday, September 20, 1999 at 22:49:02 (EDT)
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