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Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by ROON, Mar 11, 2010.
Those are awesome pics, good coyote population in central oklahoma to hunt for?
I mean thats not on private land, but more so on public?
Wormydog, looks like the cows are thanking ya in the one pic. haha
The feral cat is an incredible predator.............I saved the pic before it gets deleted, thanks for sharing!
Feral cats are the #1 predator in the woods. They are indiscriminate killers.
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.
#2 Early morning coyote in Oklahoma panhandle around some cattle. 3 minutes, small male, solo. 47 yards.
#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.
#4 Late morning in central Oklahoma while deer hunting. Meandered by, blew a mouth call to stop him. 183 yards. Female, solo.
#5 Late morning coyote in Oklahoma panhandle while deer hunting. Spotted and mouth called to 150 yards. Big male, solo.
#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.
No more Bluebirds and Chickadees for you.!
Stalked to Laser verified 36 yards
.22 15.89gr pellet @ 760 fps.
Full Penetration, Bang-Poof-Flop.
What call is working for you?