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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Hulburt View Post
    I like to shoot 'em all!

    Big....


    or small....


    I actually thought the little one was a big one and couldn't figure out why I kept missing. He was only half the distance I thought he was!
    Nice pics Joe!

    Tell us about your coyote killin' old school porro binoculars you got there. Are those classic IF Leupys?

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    Can never see to many dead yoties

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    Nice pics Joe!

    Tell us about your coyote killin' old school porro binoculars you got there. Are those classic IF Leupys?
    That's them, 10 x50's. They have always worked so well I haven't felt the need to upgrade but I'm feeling all self conscious now. Doesn't everybody still use them? My wife bought me those about 21 years ago and they have never let me down. Put them on a S4 lockdown setup this year and like 'em even better!

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    Hey Joe,

    Don't feel toooo self conscious..........I just retired my I F 10X50's a few years ago and upgraded to the Cabelas 10X42 Euro's manufactured by Meopta. Those Leupold I F glasses were and still are very nice IMO, i use them as back-up now.

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    Love calling coyotes into bow range.......here's a few I've recently arrowed here in the Southern California desert near my home. Probably head out tomorrow morning for a little calling action. I agree, great way to have some off-season fun.

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    Very nice BOHNTR, coyotes with a bow is pretty impresive IMO. That country looks pretty sandy "arrow friendly " I mostly call dogs in the rimrock country of NE California and western Nevada, not to arrow friendly and can get expensive in a hurry.

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    BOHNTR, good job with a bow! My buddy lives in an area with house's around and coyotes are always coming up to his fence messin around with his dog, I might try my bow there, the closest house to him is well over 150 yards away so it's still legal to fire a bow rite?
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    Man, that's gotta be tough to call one in and kill it with the bow!

    Great pictures everybody! Keep 'em coming....I am about to get inspired to head out into the rain and try an add to this thread.

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    Pics from our 5th ann. coyote hunt back in January.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamehog View Post
    Pics from our 5th ann. coyote hunt back in January.Click image for larger version. 

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    Holy Crap! That's a lot of dogs. Is this in Ca?

 

 

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