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    Quote Originally Posted by SongDog View Post
    Coyote or Wolf for sure.


    For how many there is around not too many get shot. During the shotgun hunt it sounds like world war three. Lots of gangs dogging bush pushing deer. Few coyotes get seen or shot. But you still hear them every night and tracks everywhere ya look.
    X2. I swear they can smell rifle shells 2 miles away.

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    I'm sure there are tougher challenges but so far my toughest challenge personally has been calling in and shooting coyotes. I seem to have better luck shooting them when the opportunity arises while hunting something else rather than specifically targeting them. I'm sure there's something to be learned in that...
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    I am going to go with coyotes too, right around the house, close to the property line, on camera and at a time when we are around and we still have not seen more than a shadow of them.

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    Yotes for sure...but at times more than you can shoot at...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    has to be Cougars...not one shot yet.....LOL....
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    So true.
    No gun shots and certainly no decent camera shots either.
    Plenty of cougars have been shot at in Ontario. Just not the four legged kind........

    For me, it has to be the species I just missed.

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    [Another vote for the Evil Southern Grouse. Most of them flush away when they hear your vehicle pull up to a cover. It's like they are a completely different specie from the fool's hens you can kill with a sand wedge up North.
    Another vote for the southern grouse, finding one is not so bad but hitting one on the wing is a different story.

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    Yotes...........very smart
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    Given that I have but one coyote down in the last 3 yrs I have to say this is the most challenging hunt. Given that they are in season in Eastern Ontario 365 days a year they are cunning beyond words. If i were to do a ratio of hours spent to success it is an easy calculation.
    There is room for all God's creatures - right next to the mashed potatoes!

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    The Evil Southern Grouse gets my vote.
    "The language of dogs and birds teaches you your own language."
    -- Jim Harrison (1937 - 2016)

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    Wolf....

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