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    Default Summer coyote down

    So after zeroing my .223 I thought about going out for a coyote hunt this evening just to see if the new shooting stance (shooting sticks-tripod and low seat) would be effective for me in a hunting situation and it was...
    I knew the farmer was removing the hay today and with that, I figured I had a good chance of seeing one exploring the field.
    I got there about 45 minutes before last light, got setup and started screaming out with my mouth calls... After about 20 minutes or so I seen him standing on the edge of the field about 250 yds out....
    I screamed out with my mouth calls again, this time a little softer/quieter.....He started headed toward me, slowly but steady. As he reached about 100yds or so he started to turn and gave me a quartering to shot... At the sound of the shot I heard the impact, it was loud. To my surprise he started running but fell over pretty quick....Even though it was a calm night and he had no idea I was there, my heart started racing and I got nervous, buggers sure get the heart going....
    Not the biggest but a good size one nevertheless.





    Last edited by fratri; August 4th, 2018 at 10:30 PM.
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    Good stuff , I was out today but didn’t call up anything . Hay been cut wk & 1/2 ago so growing again . Fairly tall .
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    nice one

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    Great story and pictures as usual. Thank you Sir.
    Mark Snow, Libertarian Nepean, for 2019, Chairman - Ontario Libertarian Party

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    Congrats Frank, great way to pass the summer....sight in and confirmation!
    Rod Embree
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    Right on fratri. You sure seem to speak their language well
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    Great story and labelled pics, nice work.

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    WTG.....>>>>>>>>>>>>
    It isn,t how you do it,its how you did it

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    Good job, I bet you saved some young turkeys.

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    Great story good shooting!

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