Kyle I have always wondered why people complain about their state having no coyotes. With excuses such as : To much calling pressure, mange hit to hard, government trappers and arial gunners killing all of them, The list is literally endless.
Then I go to their state and go some scouting of my own and find GOOD calling around ever corner! I have just come to the conclusion people do not put there time in to it at all. They just expect coyotes to be in every nook and crany.
Then after this they expect us ( the people who put there hard earned time in ) to simply tell them were these areas are! LOL..
Actually, when I say "There are no coyotes in Kansas", I'm not making an excuse for not calling any.
I say things like this because I'm a greedy SOB who likes to keep the coyotes in my area to myself. (JK)
And I have called & taken more than my share over the years.
For several years, parts of the state actually had lower numbers of coyotes due to a very bad mange problem. And in some areas it's still pretty mangy.
But overall, from what I've noticed, the population started to make a real nice return about 3 Springs ago, at least in the north-central area.
As too the original poster in this thread...
Sounds to me like you better get to calling those WIHA tracts, before someone beats you to it! I know there are several predator hunters in the eastern 1/3 of the state...not to mention everywhere else.
NCK Predator Calls
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