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Coyote pictures

Postby Coyote LJ » Mon Nov 12, 2012 1:44 pm

Just a few pics of (dead) coyotes I've taken recently.

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I like this one. Took my nephew out for his first day of coyote hunting two weeks ago, he did great!

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Re: Coyote pictures

Postby a_bow_nut » Mon Nov 12, 2012 2:50 pm

Now thats what I would call whackin and stackin. =D>

Good job. :thumb
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Re: Coyote pictures

Postby MuleyMadness » Mon Nov 12, 2012 4:55 pm

Wow you've done well, how long does it take you to cape the heads out on a coyote like that?

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Re: Coyote pictures

Postby Coyote LJ » Mon Nov 12, 2012 6:23 pm

How long depends a litle bit. The older/bigger the coyote and the longer it has been dead or the colder it is, the more time it takes. I'm not very fast, it takes me anywhere from about 3 minutes on a still warm young one, to 10 minutes for a frozen old boss dog.

I've seen guys that do it way faster. Heck, one of my best old friends, who passed away last year, could skin a whole coyote in less time than it takes me just to peel a meathead. Saw him skin many a coyote in 3 minutes or less.

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