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Using the food chain

Discussion in 'Hunting and Fishing' started by Sigequinox220, Dec 20, 2019.

  1. Sigequinox220

    Sigequinox220 Well-Known Member Benefactor

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    0C226B80-BCCE-4A6A-9628-3DA32CE4A768.jpeg I brought my air rifle with me into the field this time and took out that damn noisy squirrel that harasses me.

    figured I would combine him, with distress calls to bag me a coyote. Didn’t hear any yotes in area unfortunately after about 2 hours. With no night hunting at Jordan game lands, I need to do what I can to maximize daytime hours.

    Anyone have experience luring yotes with natural prey?
     
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  2. Slacker

    Slacker Liquor and Whores...

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    Natural prey is subjective.

    Chicken coops are pretty fair spots to setup.
    Especially when there is a 2 story barn nearby where you can make a hide.
     
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