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Tree fellows taken under the barn-158 viewsRagoondogs and european badger lived under the same barn. It takes almoust tree hours to smoke them out whit working jack russel terriers. The barn was qoite difficult place to hunt.
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Two European badger-181 viewsTwo European badger hunted whit my working jack russel terrier under large rock.
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Tennessee coyote-191 views
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11 coyotes in 24 hours-391 viewsEntered local coyote hunting contest. Using a remington r25 .243, browning gold shotgun with 3" dead coyote T shot, and a remington 700 .22-250 with barrett bors system 52gr amax. My results are as you see. 11 dead in 24 hours. What a day.
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Newfoundland Coyote-106 viewsThis guy was shot by a duck hunter who reported him weighing 65 lbs. The picture was taken several days before by our OIC of the Coastal Radio Station as the 'yote was scavenging on the shoreline.
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march 2008-240 views145 yd running shot
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Most exciting Dog I have ever called!!!-240 viewsWe 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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Dingo/wild dog Australia-206 viewsDog I howled up and took with my 30-06
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1st yote-312 viewsthis is my first coyote , was harassing livestock so the farmer asked me to deture its actions . 50 gr V-max at 180 yds. did the trick
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119 viewsLast day of school. The wife and 15yr old girl are sleeping. 5am, up for work and the dogs start barking. I slide open the kitchen window and see this female about 100 yards from the house. I let one fly and the daughter and wife bothe come running into the kitchen yelling "What the hell are you doing?!". I just grin and say "Good morning sweethearts!" ROFL ;)
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