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Scoop
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Louisiana law regarding nuisance cayotes on personal property.
My folks are out of town on a cruise and have several mini horses. Apparently, last night cayotes were running wild last night and chasing the horses until a neighbor came down and ran them off by shooting into the air.

I know that killing them only makes them stronger, but is it a law violation to kill them on your property providing nuisance and threatening property?


GeeOH
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re: Louisiana law regarding nuisance cayotes on personal property.
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I know that killing them only makes them stronger


Huh? Last I checked they lose all strength when dead


ctiger69
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re: Louisiana law regarding nuisance cayotes on personal property.
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I know that killing them only makes them stronger,




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Clockwatcher68
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re: Louisiana law regarding nuisance cayotes on personal property.
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Huh? Last I checked they lose all strength when dead


Think he means as a breed. When they hear less return-howls, they breed more.

Coyote America
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lsualum2432
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re: Louisiana law regarding nuisance cayotes on personal property.
Idk the science but I’d they are a problem I’ll shoot everyone I see


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Rando
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re: Louisiana law regarding nuisance cayotes on personal property.
Get yourself a pair of kangals.

Mine baited a big male into his yard the other night and ripped his throat out.

Was absolutely covered in coyote blood when he pranced inside.

The a-hole
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Islandcat
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ToroTiger
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re: Louisiana law regarding nuisance cayotes on personal property.
Wow. A serious reply. Finally


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TheCurmudgeon
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re: Louisiana law regarding nuisance cayotes on personal property.
Jesus Christ just shoot the goddamn thing, bury it, and don't tell anyone. It's not that complicated.

I can't wait till we have a plague or something to wipe out 1/2 the goddamn population.


choupiquesushi
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re: Louisiana law regarding nuisance cayotes on personal property.
Legal to shoot if otherwise legal to shoot a firearm there



Do not poison


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Rando
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re: Louisiana law regarding nuisance cayotes on personal property.
I'll say this, if you hang one at the edge of your property where they come in, they keep their distance for a while.


FelicianaTigerfan
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Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2009
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re: Louisiana law regarding nuisance cayotes on personal property.
Set up a bright light
Turn light on
Sit against a backdrop with buckshot
Blow fawn bleat
Shoot coyote


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alphaandomega
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re: Louisiana law regarding nuisance cayotes on personal property.
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I'll say this, if you hang one at the edge of your property where they come in, they keep their distance for a while.




When I got my place here in western Alabama I was doing some scouting. Came upon a creek that was frequented by coyotes. The previous landowner (or hunting rights lessor) had hung dozens of big arse treble hooks on about 50# fishing line. All about waist high. I assume they put meat on the hooks and it would catch the coyote in the roof of their mouth.

There were dozens (probably 45-50) coyote skeletons scattered on both banks of the creek.

Looked like something out of a Stephen King novel.


mack the knife
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re: Louisiana law regarding nuisance cayotes on personal property.
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big arse treble hooks on about 50# fishing line. All about waist high. I assume they put meat on the hooks and it would catch the coyote in the roof of their mouth.


my prefered method - after giving neighbors a heads up


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