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 Post subject: tips on yottes
PostPosted: 20 Jan 2007, 22:38 
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ok guys i am up for suggestions i have alot of yottes on my farm really need to killem all they tore up a young colt or my neighboors we need all the help we can get some thing must be done and i cant seem to out smart them please help ill take any suggeston what im doing anit worken thanks

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PostPosted: 20 Jan 2007, 22:58 
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I have an easy solution....make 'Lil Bit come trap them :wink:


Seriously, that's alot of info to try & put into 1 post. If someone has a "serious" coyote problem (meaning loss of property) that needs handled immediately, I suggest shooting them.

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PostPosted: 20 Jan 2007, 23:05 
Bah, this year, I suck at yotes. Heck, I can hardly walk. :P I have a suggestion... have Smitty come trap them. HE's been successful this year


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PostPosted: 21 Jan 2007, 06:57 
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Travel time, room & board, expenses..........

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PostPosted: 21 Jan 2007, 09:22 
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dont they make a gun that u put in the ground and put bait on it and when the coyote steps on it, BANG, suckers gone right?


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PostPosted: 21 Jan 2007, 09:36 
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Just get you a caller and call them in and bust the suckers.

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PostPosted: 21 Jan 2007, 09:53 
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if i had a yotte honey hole i wouldn't tell anyone


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snares are a coyotes worst nighmare. i would but them out on them


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PostPosted: 21 Jan 2007, 12:30 
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Born2trap wrote:
dont they make a gun that u put in the ground and put bait on it and when the coyote steps on it, BANG, suckers gone right?


Yeah, and so is your prized black lab, or your little sister who is picking flowers along the fence row, or the neighbor's cat. Ok, well, the cat might be alright. :D

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PostPosted: 21 Jan 2007, 15:25 
Don't make Smitty frighten you with that whole travel time/lodging expenses crap.

Put him in a box, and stamp him UPS ground. He'll probably only cost you 30 bucks to ship. If you put smitty in the garage on a folded blanket with a bowl of beer and a dish of chicken wings, his lodging and expenses won't cost hardly anything. Take him out to do his business once at night and a few times during the day, and hose him down once a week so he doesn't get rank and you're all set.


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dont they make a gun that u put in the ground and put bait on it and when the coyote steps on it, BANG, suckers gone right?
trapper kd says it all except that it is not legal and has been banned . I hope in all states . in reading they used to use that meathod and may still use it in other countries but used it for polar bears. it kills indiscimantly.

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PostPosted: 21 Jan 2007, 17:38 
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does the coyotie cross a fence ????

If the coyotie cross a fence lower a section of fence a little bigger than a coyotie a coyotie will take the eazyest way ""have a 10" - 12" inch loop"" for the snare


""""""""""""""""""""coyoties are powerful ancor snares good"""""""""""""""""""

If you find his trail set a snare do not try to force him in to the snare.

:::good idea to use 7X7 cable:::


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PostPosted: 21 Jan 2007, 19:38 
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for snare size check the rules minnesota ,or atleats my part of the state we are limited to size of the snare and any thing over 10" if not legal so check the rules . minnesota also has a time frame for snares think it started some time in december would have to check the rule but the 9 th sounds close and it is past that so there legal right now 10 " max on loop.

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