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  1. #1
    Feb 2017
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    Fresh kill

    Did a little snowshoeing today and started seeing coyote or most probably Coywolf tracks.
    Didnít stick around after running into their fresh carcass.
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    To Dig or not to Dig

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    Yep, that's the food chain. Found a few remnants of dinner here before.
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    Hungry like the Coywolf!.... so they say...LOL

    Circle of life
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    That's why I always carry "something" to deter the coyotes and wild dogs. The coyotes in Kentucky would run you up a tree.

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    steve andermatt

    Apr 2013
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    That backstrap still might have been good ummmmmmmmmmmm venison I would've fought them coydogs off until I got mine.LOL
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    back of the boat

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    Grant Brandenburg

    Jan 2013
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    Quote Originally Posted by lookingharder View Post
    That's why I always carry "something" to deter the coyotes and wild dogs. The coyotes in Kentucky would run you up a tree.
    They will get a bit bold from time to time. At times I've been out and got some strange reaction from coyotes. One time I cut across a wheat field and two were pacing back and forth in front of me. They were very nervous acting and squatting and urinating somewhat frequently. I had a dog that minded better than the one I have now and he stood firm giving them a sign of I'm ready anytime you are and then my dog turned around and there was the big Chief coyote sneaking up behind us, but he was cautious of my dog also. I then charged after the one behind us and as he ran back and I'd then check to see what the other two were up to. They seem to become more at ease the further away we got from where they were at. There was this old coal mine dump tailings in the middle of that wheat field and I later confirmed the coyotes had dug a den in that waist dump and they really just wanted me and my dog to stay away.

    Here's a story of a motorist in my area who broke down before the sun came up not far from where I live
    Coyotes attack man near Niwot; wildlife officials kill two of three involved - Longmont Times-Call
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    The "back 40" has several dens and lots of coyote poo. I'm always packing when I go searching there.

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    Jan 2017
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    Yeah a group of them could be trouble. I have a site i hunted early december that had the remnants of 3 deer( mostly hair and a few partly chewed bones by that point). It was unnerving hunting that site, even though I knew the kills ranged from a few weeks to a few days old. Kind of funny they choose to eat at an old cellar though.
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