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 Post subject: A Boy and his dog.
PostPosted: 02 Oct 2011, 23:24 
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Seeing as I can't shoot or do much of anything else for a bit, I took my youngest boy, Donny out to see if he could get a chicken thief[Gotta love the preventative problem thinking :wink: ]. Donny picked the call he would use and it was the first he ever received from guys on the net. He found a comfortable place to sit with a decent view[we got a lot of decent views].
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After I had found a spot to sit he started
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4 minutes later after way too much movement and noise :roll: a big ol' dog came in over to his right and the varmint never even see him :shock: . The old boy walked back in the bush and I did what I normally do[sat and chuckled], Donny blew his call for 2 of the shortest blows I've ever witnessed and the old boy came around the bush and I saw the lad in this position
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Bang and then, "Where the [L] is he, Where did he go, Did I hit him, Let's go look and what are you laughing at". After the tears quit rolling down my cheeks and another bunch of really quiet questions I figured the chances of another one of the 6 zillion coyotes coming anywhere near us were just a mite slim :roll: , so we wondered over the 150yds to where the coyote had been standing. As we got to within 35yds a magpie flew up and it never ceases to amaze me at how quick they can find a new dead critter.
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Had to take a couple hero pics
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The dang thing had teeth that had eaten way to many grouse
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I feel much better about the health of our poultry now that I have another coyote shooter in the family :D


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 Post subject: Re: A Boy and his dog.
PostPosted: 03 Oct 2011, 07:24 
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thats awesome!! congrats guys!!!!!!

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 Post subject: Re: A Boy and his dog.
PostPosted: 03 Oct 2011, 09:05 
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WOW!!!! What an exciting story with great (& some fuzzy) pictures! Another Chip off the Ol' Block. You know I'd have saved the lower jaw for Doc and his knife crafts and the upper canines for my "projects".....but I know all you do is feed the magpies their portion. :roll: My congrats to Donny for his expertise in calling and shooting. Very good post.

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 Post subject: Re: A Boy and his dog.
PostPosted: 03 Oct 2011, 09:22 
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what pride you must have felt.
Your son was knowledgeable, patient and crafty.
Great job on both your parts.
We do not have near the dogs here, but I am determined to get out and do some calling this winter.


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 Post subject: Re: A Boy and his dog.
PostPosted: 03 Oct 2011, 10:35 
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wonderful! glad he had fun!

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