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az coyote hunting.

Discussion in 'Guns & Hunting' started by teamamerica, Mar 31, 2013.

  1. teamamerica

    teamamerica [OP] Get off your horse and drink your milk.

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    does anyone in southern az do any coyote hunting, or know of any decent spots? i've tried in the base of the huachuca mountains and never seen a damn one. anyone got a good spot they are willing to share?
     
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    Bagman Dental Floss Tycoon

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    No one is going to give up their prime hunting spot.....:D
     
  3. teamamerica

    teamamerica [OP] Get off your horse and drink your milk.

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    i dont need the prime spot, just a decent spot!
     
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    you trying to call them in?

    i see them all over the desert in AZ.
     
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    They are everywhere. Be patient, choose 3-4 stands and call for 30 mins at each. Do this a few times and you will get action.
     
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    teamamerica [OP] Get off your horse and drink your milk.

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    thanks man, i am going to try a canyon away from the mountians this weekend in whetstone.
     
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    My last coyote was in around the Sierrita Mtns off Batamote Rd. I tend to look for a slight perch around softer ground. Pay attention to direction of breeze. If you can find a safe place to shoot somewhat near the desert outskirts of something like agri fields or golf courses you'll nail one easy.
     
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    Yeah I was going to mention that. Coyotes are opportunists, we tend to get more action near the suburbs than we do out in BFE. You just have to ensure you are a safe distance from buildings and in an area that can be hunted.

    I take the bow when we call near my neighborhood. Very effective.
     
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