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Stevo
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re: Dealing with coyotes


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DisplacedBuckeye
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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Just shoot the bastards?


Always.


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SWCBonfire
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748 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
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If it’s a coyote(s) you can coexist with, don’t kill them. Others will take their place that you may not be able to coexist with. Otherwise kill them I guess.




This is the theoretical answer, having a coyote in proximity to humans generally means there is food and more will replace the one you killed.

Best answer is something like this:



Anatolian X Pyrenees


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LegendInMyMind
Member since Apr 2019
10233 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
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How do you country baws deal with coyotes in your neighborhood?

I just distract him with skinny jeans and craft beer until I can get my rifle.


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arcalades
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USA
Member since Feb 2014
15254 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
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country baws



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in your neighborhood?



Does not compute.
have you people not seen country neighborhoods? do you live in the middle of a metropolitan area?


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Sao
SMU Fan
East Texas Piney Woods
Member since Jun 2009
45326 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
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They're very smart


Way true. They're really hard to trap for sure.


LegendInMyMind
Member since Apr 2019
10233 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
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Way true. They're really hard to trap for sure.

I actually watched a documentary on coyotes a while back. They have inhabited pretty much everywhere in the US, even islands which had no known transport of them. Large ranches have started getting scrap from local butchers and dumping it out in the open to distract them from the calfs.

Out west, they have crossed with the Grey Wolf, and now they have Coywolves that are not afraid to go near people.

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Slippy
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Member since Aug 2005
4317 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
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Acme products seem to do them in


This didn’t get enough love. I LOL’ed.


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Athis
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Member since Aug 2016
6011 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
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They're very smart


From what I understand there was/is a few coyotes running around from City Park into Metairie. They were attacking small dogs and cats. People found bits of feet and tails on their lawns.
An "expert" wrote on the neighborhood facebook page that the coyote will entice a dog to come and play and then the pack will attack and kill the dog..


LSUBFA83
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Member since May 2012
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re: Dealing with coyotes
Athis, I've also heard about the coyotes enticing a dog, then the pack kills it. I guess if you're going to use a dog to scare away coyotes, it better be a big, savvy dog.


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slacker130
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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and the coyotes die a slow and painful death.


POS


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OweO
LSU Fan
Plaquemine, La
Member since Sep 2009
89955 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
Dead serious. Take a big sponge, cut it up in a few pieces, soak them in bacon grease and put them out in different areas. Bacon grease is a repellent for coyotes.


ellesssuuu
Baton Rouge
Member since Mar 2016
1309 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
Let them eat my wife’s cooking


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Swamp Angel
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Lawrenceville, GA
Member since Jul 2004
3510 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
I had something completely different running through my head when someone mentioned cougars and coyotes together. It had more to do with older women and human smugglers, but we'll just leave it at that.



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SuperSaint
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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Oilfieldbiology
Grats on being a POS I suppose


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MikeD
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2004
4198 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
Choot em!

All for wildlife and what not, but not something that is actively searching for my pets to eat.


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lsucoonass
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shreveport and east texas
Member since Nov 2003
66014 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
I free the illegals first then call the border patrol amigo


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SpotCheckBilly
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Did you put your foot in it?
Member since May 2020
1015 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
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Put a donkey in your back yard.



Donkeys are bad asses.


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Eyebesmacinhose
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SpotCheckBilly
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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Athis, I've also heard about the coyotes enticing a dog, then the pack kills it. I guess if you're going to use a dog to scare away coyotes, it better be a big, savvy dog.


I used to let our Australian Shepherd roam around in the woods behind our house while I enjoyed evening cocktails. She would often capture possums and bring them to me. I didn't worry about coyotes because she was decent sized and pretty feisty. I didn't think a coyote, typically smaller than her, would mess with her. Well, two of them jumped her. She fought them off and ran for the house. They cornered her again and she fought them off again and broke for the house. I could hear this happening, but didn't realize what was going on until she made it out of the tree line and I saw them corner her again in the yard. One feinted at her head while the other tried to get her down from behind. When I came off the deck, ready to jump in, they disappeared like two ghosts. She was shook up, and had a few bites, but was ok. It ended her possum hunting.

They are smart and I almost learned the hard way that they will take down bigger animals.

I've heard mixed reviews on the effectiveness of shooting them, but I think I could find satisfaction in it.
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