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    Re: Coyote Hunting

    Quote Originally Posted by Future Fanatic View Post
    Here's a list somebody put together about coyote seasons and limits in the U.S. MOST states... hunt all year with NO LIMITS... And coyotes are EXPANDING their range...
    They picked up 3 house seats in Colorado and 2 in Wyoming.

    Hell no and it aint over now.......

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    Re: Coyote Hunting

    Quote Originally Posted by Future Fanatic View Post
    Here's a list somebody put together about coyote seasons and limits in the U.S. MOST states... hunt all year with NO LIMITS... And coyotes are EXPANDING their range...


    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...42261806,d.dmQ
    Now FF don't make me sic Dan on you! It would be very embarrassing for you to go running with your tail between your legs like a terrified Coyote.

    "Hatchery fish have the same colors, but they always seem muted like bad reproductions of great art." Bill Barich

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    Re: Coyote Hunting

    hey jack ass
    What I am against is killing a dozen or more on each hunt


    if you know someone that can put a dozen dogs down in one day in the northeast that fucker deserves a noble peace prize!! i mean shit al gore got one



    who says im not going to use them? what do you do with your spare time? read a book?



    Quote Originally Posted by tomfly View Post
    I am ok with you calling me an A-hole, been called a lot worse. When you post that you go shoot Coyotes to relive boredom. That is irresponsible and gives the tree huggers fuel for their fire. When I was younger and told my father I was going to shoot something because I had nothing else to do. That would have been the end of gun privileges for a while. It seems you are too arrogant to see my point. I am not against Coyote hunting at all. What I am against is killing a dozen or more on each hunt. There needs to be limits, tagging and a properly managed season. No one who has respect for the viability of a species would have a problem with that. Rusty pointed out the Coyote is not the problem. It is just easer to blame the coyote on game decline.


    TF

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    Re: Coyote Hunting

    coyotes are the top of the food chain in the northeast!!
    and they have a season i think its october 1st to march 31st


    Quote Originally Posted by tomfly View Post
    The laws of nature suggest, If the predatory population can not be supported by the pray population, the predatory population is not sustainable. How many of those 12 pups actually grow to maturity? The same could be said about rabbits; large litters low survival rate.


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    Re: Coyote Hunting

    Quote Originally Posted by Trout Fever View Post
    hey jack ass
    What I am against is killing a dozen or more on each hunt


    if you know someone that can put a dozen dogs down in one day in the northeast that fucker deserves a noble peace prize!! i mean shit al gore got one



    who says im not going to use them? what do you do with your spare time? read a book?
    Yes I do engage in a good piece of literature from time to time. It can keep the mind sharp. They say books are the gateway to knowledge, and knowledge is power. Perhaps you should indulge in landscape of printed thoughts yourself. Personally I am fond of the writings of Dean Koontz. The Frankenstein series is some of his best work. But for you I would suggest something a bit more inline with your reading ability. For you I would recommend;

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    This will also help with the conundrum you are having with the opposite sex.

    "Hatchery fish have the same colors, but they always seem muted like bad reproductions of great art." Bill Barich

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    Re: Coyote Hunting

    Quote Originally Posted by tomfly View Post
    Now FF don't make me sic Dan on you! It would be very embarrassing for you to go running with your tail between your legs like a terrified Coyote.
    Facts seem to have the same effect on you two... Genetics?

    ME? Running away? I think maybe you got that backwards...

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    Re: Coyote Hunting

    Quote Originally Posted by Future Fanatic View Post
    Facts seem to have the same effect on you two... Genetics?

    ME? Running away? I think maybe you got that backwards...
    You just dismiss the facts I presented.

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    Re: Coyote Hunting

    Quote Originally Posted by tomfly View Post
    Yes I do engage in a good piece of ligature from time to time. It can keep the mind sharp.
    Garroting?... Freudian Slip maybe?

    Cord...Rope?

    John
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    Re: Coyote Hunting

    Quote Originally Posted by Future Fanatic View Post
    Garroting?... Freudian Slip maybe?

    Cord...Rope?
    smart phone spell check

    "Hatchery fish have the same colors, but they always seem muted like bad reproductions of great art." Bill Barich

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    Re: Coyote Hunting

    Quote Originally Posted by tomfly View Post
    You just dismiss the facts I presented.
    Your opinion that there must be limits and regulated seasons to ensure the viability of this predator is what I am addressing.

    I provided facts that MOST states that have coyote populations have a year round season with no bag limits... The coyote population is not declining but EXPANDING into new territories.

    So, what evidence do you have to back up your opinion that coyotes need to be somehow "protected" with a regulated season and bag limits?

    AND, since Jersey hasn't had a wolf or cougar or sizable numbers of LARGE mammal predators of any kind in a century or so, Jersey's ecosystem hasn't needed them. You hunters obviously have picked up the slack on deer and your housecats probably take care of the small vermin... So you don't NEED coyotes... What prey will support coyotes, if your ecosystem was in relative balance before they arrived?

    John
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    Re: Coyote Hunting

    tom
    your wrong about this how thing Arizona harvest between 30000 to 40000 dogs annually. this has been going on for a long time years.... its amazing how closed minded this Great country of America has gotten..... this country was built on trapping and furbearers... people still today run trap lines for a living off the land.... most people dont even know that trapping is a real thing and that people still do it...

    TF

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    Re: Coyote Hunting

    Quote Originally Posted by Trout Fever View Post
    tom
    your wrong about this how thing Arizona harvest between 30000 to 40000 dogs annually. this has been going on for a long time years.... its amazing how closed minded this Great country of America has gotten..... this country was built on trapping and furbearers... people still today run trap lines for a living off the land.... most people dont even know that trapping is a real thing and that people still do it...

    Damn straight TF, I actually make a living off of trapping bald beavers!!


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