Predator control Pictures

Stillwater165

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Well it’s been a long cold winter with no end in sight but we’ve been keeping busy making varmints disappear ! The pheasant population is gonna thank us come spring ! Good luck to the rest who are doing the same !
 

Stillwater165

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Stillwater165

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We try and put the hurt on the coyotes early and then right towards the end of season the fox will start showing up. It always seems to work that way. Too many coyotes around and we won’t see the fox !
 

12pointer

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That's our problem, too many coyotes and mange. Years ago there were lots of fox here. I used to coyote hunt with a man who would track up 2 or 3 fox a day with fresh snow but that was back in the 50s and 60s. I haven't called in a fox in over 20 years.
 

Gator

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Yep you old boys are putting a hurting on those predators for sure.
I miss that back home is SD. BUT the Calif weather sure is nice right now. LOL
 

Stillwater165

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We put the hurt on them every year as soon as we get the first skiff of snow ! The dogs will run coyote or fox , but most the fox are spotted and walked out on. Keeps it interesting !
 

Zeke

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Buddy and I have hammered 30++ coyotes this season. Seems pretty good until seeing the "big boy's" numbers but we still have a ball doing our little part.
Last time out we got 9 and I dropped a double..... but on the same trip I had 3 come in and I only got 1 so I have to stay humble or the yotes will do it for me. Tricky lil buggers!

Zeke
 

HuckleberryHound

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I gotta get a wolf or two this year, love those pics. This is the first year ive taken the plunge and bought idaho licenses. Ive been pretty successful calling lions and bears, so i think i have a halfway decent chance of pulling the wolf thing off if i really put in the time and effort. I have no problem getting on wolves here at home where im not allowed to shoot them.
 

Gator

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That should thin them a bit. Very Nice. How was the fur prices in your neck of the woods.
 

jkass

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i have not seen a coyote or red fox in a long while. i don't think there's any left in northern Utah. but when getting Christmas trees in the caribou-targee national forest on the way to Montpelier i saw a lot of sigh
 

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