- May 19, 2017
- Butler, Mo.
Drive me nuts when I'm trying to call yotes or coons. Neck shot at around 80 yards with the .22 mag.
Actually I was aiming for the breast.Were you aiming at the 'neck'?
I been calling coyotes since I was old enough to say coyote, and the hell they are.I’ve got nothing against shooting a crow but once you learn to call coyotes , you’ll use them to your advantage instead of shooting them. They are a help , not a nuisance when calling.
Haha! Thats great! No point in taking this any farther then since you know everything there is to know.I been calling coyotes since I was old enough to say coyote, and the hell they are.
Haha! Well by all means elaborate oh! coyote slayer, all knowing of crows. I'm all ears Mr Junkie.Haha! Thats great! No point in taking this any farther then since you know everything there is to know.
No! What they usually do after circling the decoy is land somewhere near you and give away your position. And I dont think I know, I do know. I killed 75 coyotes last year and around 50 so far this season and called in and killed hundreds of crows over the years so I am well aware of their behaviour. And yes I am bragging in this case just to shut you up, so lets hear your coyote and crow hunting tally. How many thousands have you killed, or are you just a book reading know it all.If you knew as much as you think you do , you’d already know that crows and coyotes go hand in hand. One follows the other. One day may be crows following a coyote looking for scraps and the next day the coyote may be coming in to see what the crows are making a fuss about. Its not a call or calls used every time but certain times can be effective.
Good idea, you should have in the first place.Book reading know it all? Pot calling the kettle black eh! Hesus H. Christo! Familiar with the ignore feature on here? Use it. I will be.
There always seems to be a tag along.He was aiming at the coyote.