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    Well the ban on coyote hunting is clearly working. This year I've had the least amount of deer on camera and by far the most pics of coyotes.

    Anyone else up that area have the same issue?

    Not looking good for the rut unfortunately....

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    I have seen no fawns in 79 or 87 and heard multiple coyote packs. As far as I understand the coyote ban is only on certain townships (see page 84 of the 2017/18 regs for a list).
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    Quote Originally Posted by BEPPEQ View Post
    Well the ban on coyote hunting is clearly working. This year I've had the least amount of deer on camera and by far the most pics of coyotes.

    Anyone else up that area have the same issue?

    Not looking good for the rut unfortunately....

    bep

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    Which townships in WMU75 are on the list for coyote restrictions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    Which townships in WMU75 are on the list for coyote restrictions?
    Banned in Dalton, Digby and Longford Townships
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    Quote Originally Posted by Species8472 View Post
    Banned in Dalton, Digby and Longford Townships
    Hopefully,landowners are whacking them on a regular basis,anyway,which is still their right in protection of livestock and property. This whole exercise is flat-out bullshyte and has been from it's inception.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Species8472 View Post
    Banned in Dalton, Digby and Longford Townships
    Exactly where my track is.

    We put some apples out to see if we could get some deer on camera and all we have are coyotes. If it wasnt so bad i'd almost laugh at the pictures of coyotes with apples in their mouth.....

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    what mamma don't know wont hurt her ....if they were about to " attack you " wink wink nudge nudge then I'm sure youd have to put one down...you gotta be safe you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marky.mark View Post
    what mamma don't know wont hurt her ....if they were about to " attack you " wink wink nudge nudge then I'm sure youd have to put one down...you gotta be safe you know.
    Are you going to post that view on the thread about hunting ethics, never mind that you are knowingly breaking the law. Are there no ethics involved, or are some animals, 'below', the law, when it comes to yotes?
    Last edited by fishermccann; October 25th, 2018 at 06:52 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishermccann View Post
    Are you going to post that view on the thread about hunting ethics, never mind that you are knowingly breaking the law. Are there no ethics involved, or are some animals, 'below', the law, when it comes to yotes?
    YES, coyotes are below the law....kill them all, leave them to rot in the woods, no ones gonna call the CO on your for killing a mangy, rabid yote that was gonna attack

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