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Pics look even better on here than the cell John. :up:

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5 hours ago, Relocator said:

Southern Warren county, more pictures of coyotes than deer.

The problem with snaring them is you'll catch more deer than dogs. They run the same trails.

Not if you know what you're doing. All animals use the same trails, both predator and prey. I catch plenty of K9's on deer trails

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I guess we don't know what we're doing then! Was worred about catching deer. Waited til snow last year and only put snares on trails with only coyote tracks and caught deer

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28 minutes ago, Relocator said:

I guess we don't know what we're doing then! Was worred about catching deer. Waited til snow last year and only put snares on trails with only coyote tracks and caught deer

Then your loops are either way too high or you are using jump/duck under sticks which you should never use. Loops are to be 12 inches maximum and can't be any higher than 24 inches from the ground to the top of the loop 

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I hear them every night when leaving stand. I have 3 cameras out and no pictures of them . Not sure how they avoided being on camera i know they are there.

There is a tree about 100 yards from where i hunt that looks like they walk in circles and tare up the ground 

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I get pics every time I pull the cards.  Mostly at night, but a few in the daytime.  Haven't sat much this year, and haven't actually put eyes on one yet.  I usually see a few a year.

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Got this pic with my phone when riding up the road from my shop. Saw it 3 days in a row in the same area right on the outskirts of a well used park. I called the township to report it as there are lots of young ladies wheeling their baby carriages up the lane into the park 30 yards from this mangy beast. When I reported it the lady from the township said it’s impossible being that there are no coyotes around here. I told her I see them all the time and she said “well, that’s what they tell me to say”.

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On 12/2/2019 at 11:17 AM, 06roadking said:

Got this pic with my phone when riding up the road from my shop. Saw it 3 days in a row in the same area right on the outskirts of a well used park. I called the township to report it as there are lots of young ladies wheeling their baby carriages up the lane into the park 30 yards from this mangy beast. When I reported it the lady from the township said it’s impossible being that there are no coyotes around here. I told her I see them all the time and she said “well, that’s what they tell me to say”.

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They are definitely in all areas but that one I think is a red fox,black back ears, black legs and white tip tail.  

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Got this pic with my phone when riding up the road from my shop. Saw it 3 days in a row in the same area right on the outskirts of a well used park. I called the township to report it as there are lots of young ladies wheeling their baby carriages up the lane into the park 30 yards from this mangy beast. When I reported it the lady from the township said it’s impossible being that there are no coyotes around here. I told her I see them all the time and she said “well, that’s what they tell me to say”.
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That's a nasty looking creature.

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12 hours ago, Buck154 said:

They are definitely in all areas but that one I think is a red fox,black back ears, black legs and white tip tail.  

Nah, it was a coyote w/bad mange. Hard to tell in the pic but was way too big to be a fox

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This is the first year I’ve gotten coyotes on camera - mainly at night but some during the day.   Zone 5 and 13.

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9 hours ago, CJ3a said:

It’s dead now with all the snow

I saw tracks the other day in the little snow we had

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