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Cracker
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re: Dealing with coyotes
Coyotes
1. They are not dumb they can live anywhere
2. If you have them you have a food source
3. Kill them all a new pack will move in see #2
4. Find eliminate the food source but it may not be near you
5. Are they causing an issue?
6. Good habitat brush piles = rabbits are food
7. You accidentally poison a neighbors dog my dog doing that foam bull shite guess what your fences will stay cut, lighting will burn down your barn
8. Leave buffers around your fence lines rodents
9. Rural settings are hard you have idiots with barn cats dogs and leave dog food bowls full of food out daily you can try talking to them about the food but good luck buy a 22/250 good optics shoot them if you enjoy shooting go for it skin them out & gut them see what they are eating there is your food source if it’s kibble you have a problem if it’s rodents and fur not a big problem then i would get a Pyrenees problem solved that will keep everything in check.
10. Coyotes can be a war kill the coyotes and feral pigs will show up


CrownTownHalo
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CrownTown, NC
Member since Sep 2011
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re: Dealing with coyotes
They are the cockroaches of the mammalian world.
Pretty much impossible to kill off. Finding a way to sterilize them is would probably be the most effective way to reduce the population. No one is going to shoot enough to thin them significantly, they’ll just have bigger litters more,often.


Trevaylin
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re: Dealing with coyotes


shoot them and hang the carcase on a fence post


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tgrbaitn08
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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Out west, they have crossed with the Grey Wolf, and now they have Coywolves that are not afraid to go near people.


I’ve hunted in Minnesota a few times and they have wolves and besides a bear or a lion, I am deathly afraid of encountering a wolf. frick that shite.


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tgrbaitn08
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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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..


There have been several sighting just recently of yotes roaming the streets uptown.


RATeamWannabe
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Baton Rouge
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re: Dealing with coyotes
Motherfricker. You know where to find the period key, you put one behind the numbers.

Would it kill you to make a sentence?


The Spleen
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re: Dealing with coyotes
The Karens in my suburban neighborhood call the sheriff's office when they see one in the neighborhood.


Idiots.


TheFonz
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Somewhere in Louisiana
Member since Jul 2016
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re: Dealing with coyotes
I’ve lived at my current location for sixteen years and never heard a coyote until two weeks ago. frickers have been howling and screaming every night around the same time. They’re in the woods on my neighbor’s property. They don’t bother me being around but sound freaky at 2 in the morning.


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CrownTownHalo
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CrownTown, NC
Member since Sep 2011
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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The Karens in my suburban neighborhood call the sheriff's office when they see one in the neighborhood.


Same here..live in the middle of the city. Coyote sightings bring out a lot of teeth gnashing from the libtard Karens. I should post some of the discussions...
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oldskule
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ST GEORGE, LA
Member since Mar 2016
470 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
We got coyotes big time....they are like hogs, almost impossible to eradicate! I tried trapping, shooting, poison, etc....nothing works as they are smart and nocturnal!
Keep your pets in at night!


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elprez00
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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No one is going to shoot enough to thin them significantly,



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SpotCheckBilly
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Member since May 2020
1015 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
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The Karens in my suburban neighborhood call the sheriff's office when they see one in the neighborhood.

Idiots.



We have some who are worried about the skinny coyotes.


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Solo Cam
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Member since Sep 2015
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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No one is going to shoot enough to thin them significantly,
Lol bull shite.

You can absolutely shoot enough of them to hurt the population.

I’ve shot and trapped them. It’s easier to catch them then it is to call them in and get a shot off imo. Especially without some extremely large fields.

I used to have a ton of success - with one of the most simple set ups in the world- guts or a dead chicken split in a 5 gallon bucket - snare around the opening of the bucket- feathers and shite around and booyah.

I set out 7 of them and caught 4 yotes in 5 days.

I tried calling all month and had 3 come within eyesight but only one within range. Little bitch took a dirt nap though


Guy who said to do the foam thing is a fricking a-hole. That’s not right to kill something like that
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tgrbaitn08
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re: Dealing with coyotes
I may or may not know people that use an app connected to a bluetooth speaker in fields to call them in at night with night vision scopes.....


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lgh
In your head
Member since Jan 2019
152 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
Motherfrickers wiped out my whole chicken coop a few weeks ago. I hope they all die a horrible death. I've thought about putting poison on a hog carcass but don't want to kill anyone's dogs


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S
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Member since Jan 2007
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re: Dealing with coyotes
My contractor/security chief @Bushmaster handles those situations.


fr33manator
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Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2010
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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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.


Sure is. I mean, who would have thought something that has a strong delicious scent and smells exactly like things they like to eat would drive them AWAY!

I print out your threads and soak them in beef fat and my dogs take one look at it and say
“This inane drivel is simply indigestible sir. I am a DOG. Not an animal. Good day to you!”


fr33manator
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2010
97100 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
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My contractor/security chief @Bushmaster handles those situations.



I was with some veteran buddies the other night and we were talking about Bush killing coyotes without even knowing we all knew him from different places. Small world


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TigerOnTheMountain
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re: Dealing with coyotes


That stupid motherfricker once again is opining on a topic he knows nothing about.

The sponge trick works because it attracts them and they eat it. When it expands in their digestive tract they die.


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

re: Dealing with coyotes
Its an inside joke in which I posted and texted someone it is an inside joke with to go check out what I posted.. Long story short, this guy we both know told us the cane fields behind his house was filled with coyotes so he soaked a sponge in bacon grease and went put them in a line (as if it created some type of force field)...

But what you actually do is cut up a bunch of small pieces of sponges, soak in bacon grease. Coyotes can swallow, without chewing relatively big pieces of meat so they will just swallow the piece of sponge (which the bacon grease will attract them to) and that will eventually kill them. Its inhumane, but it kills them.


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