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Predator kills! Photos!

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by ROON, Mar 11, 2010.

  1. bhorton1121

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    Those are awesome pics, good coyote population in central oklahoma to hunt for?
     
  2. bhorton1121

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    I mean thats not on private land, but more so on public?
     
  3. nick.410

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    Wormydog, looks like the cows are thanking ya in the one pic. haha
     
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    The feral cat is an incredible predator.............I saved the pic before it gets deleted, thanks for sharing! :)
     
  6. dennishoddy

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    Feral cats are the #1 predator in the woods. They are indiscriminate killers.
     
  7. Wormydog1724

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    I've had some success this winter in Oklahoma.

    Hunted in Colorado last month but struck out. Same with Texas so far. I doubt I'll be back to Colorado but I'm going to give Kansas and New Mexico a try later this month.

    #1 Early morning coyote in Oklahoma panhandle by some Wind turbines. Took 19 minutes to get him killed. Male, solo. 150 yards.
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    #2 Early morning coyote in Oklahoma panhandle around some cattle. 3 minutes, small male, solo. 47 yards.
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    #3 Late morning coyote, same day as #2. In CRP. Called in six on this stand. Missed one and two came back, got this big male. About 20 minutes on stand. 35 yards.
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    #4 Late morning in central Oklahoma while deer hunting. Meandered by, blew a mouth call to stop him. 183 yards. Female, solo.
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    #5 Late morning coyote in Oklahoma panhandle while deer hunting. Spotted and mouth called to 150 yards. Big male, solo.
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    #6 Evening coyote, same day and location as #5. Spotted as we were glassing for deer. 115 yards, didn't call. Medium male, solo. Picked up after the hunt, under the full moon.
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    No more Bluebirds and Chickadees for you.!

    Stalked to Laser verified 36 yards
    .22 15.89gr pellet @ 760 fps.
    Full Penetration, Bang-Poof-Flop.

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    2010 WOW!
     
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    What call is working for you?
     

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