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Most exciting Dog I have ever called!!!
We set up a stand on this cold December morning. Shortly after starting to call noticed movement about 600 yards to my front. Looking through my scope I could see it was a herd of antelope running toward our stand, in front of them about 75 yards was a coyote. I shot the dog at about 60 yards, and the antelope were about 30 yards behind him. As the shot rang out and the coyote fell the antelope stood there for about 2 minutes wondering what was going on, one of the coolest things I have ever seen. 

Used Carver Custom Calls, Rifle 22-250, Loaded with 50gr speer sp, 4895 powder.
Keywords: Great Hackles on this Dog
Most exciting Dog I have ever called!!!
We set up a stand on this cold December morning. Shortly after starting to call noticed movement about 600 yards to my front. Looking through my scope I could see it was a herd of antelope running toward our stand, in front of them about 75 yards was a coyote. I shot the dog at about 60 yards, and the antelope were about 30 yards behind him. As the shot rang out and the coyote fell the antelope stood there for about 2 minutes wondering what was going on, one of the coolest things I have ever seen.

Used Carver Custom Calls, Rifle 22-250, Loaded with 50gr speer sp, 4895 powder.
 
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Upload by:froeal_1132
Album name:Coyotes & Foxes
Keywords:Great Hackles on this Dog
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