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    Went up to my usual area to do some training. 20F out and NW wind but it is protected in there between two forests. However met a coyote! So I stayed down on the flat and trained. I will have to bring Bumper Boy and set it off which usually gets rid of them. On Sundays the dump is closed. During the week the dump uses a canon type gun which fires to get rid of the pesky seagulls. And also more people around less likely those coyotes will appear.
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    these work well

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    I wouldn't let a coyote change your plans. As soon as you and your dog get out of the truck he would be gone.


    Quote Originally Posted by Mary Lynn Metras View Post
    Went up to my usual area to do some training. 20F out and NW wind but it is protected in there between two forests. However met a coyote! So I stayed down on the flat and trained. I will have to bring Bumper Boy and set it off which usually gets rid of them. On Sundays the dump is closed. During the week the dump uses a canon type gun which fires to get rid of the pesky seagulls. And also more people around less likely those coyotes will appear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Bora View Post
    these work well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Bora View Post
    these work well

    Ken I am in Canada!!
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    What does living in Canada have anything to do with shooting a yote? I live in Canada also and whack and stackem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay-Bird View Post
    What does living in Canada have anything to do with shooting a yote? I live in Canada also and whack and stackem
    Depends on where you are. I am on the outskirts of town; behind a cemetary. You need a licence to shoot and permission to shoot on someone else's property. Maybe where you are you don't have to abide by those rules but I do!!!or believe me I would shoot!!!
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    If you have a coyote problem where you train, bring a cat with you. Once the coyote is full, he won't bother you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mary Lynn Metras View Post
    .... You need a licence to shoot and permission to shoot on someone else's property. Maybe where you are you don't have to abide by those rules but I do......
    Well then just like Vermont,
    but never an issue as everyone I know buys the hunting licence January 2nd and nobody trains on property without landowner permission. While I may have, I do not think I have ever trained with somebody who did not have a licence on land I did not have permission to be on. You may not abide by those rules, but I do...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wade View Post
    I wouldn't let a coyote change your plans. As soon as you and your dog get out of the truck he would be gone.
    Agree completly. Coyotes aren't going to give you any issues.

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