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tgrbaitn08
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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Take a big sponge, cut it up in a few pieces, soak them in bacon grease and put them out in different areas.


good idea..

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Bacon grease is a repellent for coyotes.


you stupid frick.....why would you want to repel them???

The whole reason for the cut up sponges is for them to eat the sponge....not run away from it.


God Damn you're a fricking idiot


GeorgeTheGreek
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re: Dealing with coyotes
Calm down baitn, it’s the weekend.


OweO
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re: Dealing with coyotes
Read my last post buddy. You need to calm down, I didn't mean to trigger you the way I did.


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tgrbaitn08
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re: Dealing with coyotes


I just stopped to take a break from working in the yard and read that stupid arse post....from the village idiot, and got my blood boiling....I feel better now...

back to spraying RoundUp


OweO
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Member since Sep 2009
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re: Dealing with coyotes
You had to take a break from spraying roundup?


TigerOnTheMountain
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re: Dealing with coyotes
Some of us don’t roll around on wheels all day long like a lazy frick.


tgrbaitn08
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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You had to take a break from spraying roundup?


Well I was tending to the pool, then started trimming this Jasmine, fixed a drink and mixed a 5 gallon sprayer of Roundup I’m aboot to spray around the back and front yard.

I don’t work fast or hard.

I work slow and smart with lots of breaks.


OweO
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re: Dealing with coyotes
What you sippin on today?


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Fat Man
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re: Dealing with coyotes
We had a number of repeated sightings in and around Covington. Also, pets disappearing.

So I (the City) ordered a trap. I left it in the woods for awhile, then baited it with roadkill (thinking live bait i.e. a chicken or rabbit would not have good optics).

No, I did not catch a coyote … but they immediately disappeared. Haven't seen them since.

CSB.


DirtyMikeandtheBoys
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re: Dealing with coyotes
You actually don’t want to kill them. The coyotes howl is like a fingerprint. When a male is killed and stops howling at night the females in the area immediately go into heat. So it’s a tough problem to get a handle around. You may just create a bunch more pups by killing the wrong ones.


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Cracker
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re: Dealing with coyotes
Piss off peckerwood


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ClampClampington
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re: Dealing with coyotes
Spent many fall and winter weekends growing up hunting coyotes. Cunning animals. Would usually get about $40 per pelt in town. Think it was just an excuse by my parents to kick me out of the house for the day, but I still enjoy it 15 years later


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OweO
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Plaquemine, La
Member since Sep 2009
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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Some of us don’t roll around on wheels all day long like a lazy frick.



Ohhhhhh.. You got me. No one on here has ever said this one to me..

Be creative you ignorant frick.


Kattail
Member since Aug 2020
675 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
Start by not attracting then, don’t leave food outside, secure garbage cans, outdoor lighting. That’s all I got, As much as I detest them, I’m not going to kill them.


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Oilfieldbiology
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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ClampClampington
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re: Dealing with coyotes
If they can single out a young calf they can take it down. We always had trouble with the chickens and geese pond. Coyotes would go to town if they got within the fence


SSpaniel
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Germantown
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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he coyotes die a slow and painful death.



POS


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Beaux Man
Auburn Fan
Satsuma, AL
Member since May 2020
28 posts

re: Dealing with coyotes
I’m told dogs (at least a single dog) are not the answer. Guy told me coyotes run in packs and one will tempt the dog to chase it while the others in the pack lay in wait. They attack as a group and will hamstring the dog and then kill him when he can’t use his back legs.

Coyotes are like a cat in that they’ll kill for sport, not just to eat. Kill every one you see, in any legal matter you can dream up.

Trapping or night vision scopes with an electronic predator call. Set the call machine upwind about 100-150 yards from where you are, with clear line of sight in between (like a power line, etc). The coyote will circle downwind of the sound trying to wind what it’s hearing. When it comes between you and the caller, bust his @$$.

Good luck.


Stud Bud
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re: Dealing with coyotes
I got pics on my trail cam of a coyote eating the Mo’ Bucks pile on the ground.

The pic I have is a buck coming up toward the feeder and he’s standing there watching the coyote eating his food. Crazy photo.


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ClampClampington
Nebraska Fan
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re: Dealing with coyotes
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We had a number of repeated sightings in and around Covington. Also, pets disappearing.


Honestly curious, are coyotes prevalent in the South? I guess they are like rabbits up here, I assumed it was the same everywhere


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