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Old February 4th, 2009
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Default Killing Yotes

Me and my buddy from the Marine Corps (we're both out now) teamed up at my farm in Bell City. He has a lanyard full of coyote calls and he did a heck of a job bringing 2 in close, and I sealed the deal on this female. It was a blast, and I can't wait to get out there and do it again. There certainly isn't a shortage of them!
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Old February 4th, 2009
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Default HATE THEM

I HATE YOTES !!!!!!!!!!!
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Default Good job Coonass.

I can't wait to go out again! Next time we will bring more fire power, or our bows if they are that close again.
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I can't wait to go out again! Next time we will bring more fire power, or our bows if they are that close again.
The more dead the better!!!!!!!
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I am available to call for anyone who needs the help.
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Definitely want to thin some out as there are after my rabbits.
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Old February 5th, 2009
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Default Killin Yotes

Have calls and gun, will travel. I am in Denham Springs and will travel reasonable distances to hunt predators. If you got a problem with them it will take more than 1 gunner to thin them down. PM me and we will thin them down.
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kill them all
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Default Yotes

I've heard that soaking sponges in hog lard will attract yotes and that they can't pass the sponge after eating eat, anyone hear of this before? Starting to see a couple on the lease.
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Default I have heard that too.

A guy i know who rund s huge cattle operation has done that. Supposidly it works well. The thing is you don't really know if the are dead. He just don't see them as much now.
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