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#2856042 - 08/25/15 07:43 PM Farm Coyote on Trail Cam...Question
Rusty Black Offline
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Registered: 03/06/13
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Loc: Southeast,Pa
Since I've put my trail cams out on my 100 acres of my property.I realized ,I have aleast one coyote on the property and I didn't get any fawn's on my cams..and im thinking maybe this male has been takening them down..and this coyote is roaming around starting at 2pm in the afternoon...no evidence found from him...but why is this coyote roaming so early....even watched him stalk groundhogs.He seems to be brave around the farm....Im thinking about taking him out.Rusty
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#2856084 - 08/25/15 10:10 PM Re: Farm Coyote on Trail Cam...Question [Re: Rusty Black]
old cat Offline
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Registered: 03/16/14
Posts: 787
Loc: wv
would have already done it.

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#2856101 - 08/25/15 11:26 PM Re: Farm Coyote on Trail Cam...Question [Re: old cat]
Infidel 762 Offline
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Registered: 04/04/14
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Originally Posted By: old cat
would have already done it.


Yep... And I would not to much thought in it before hand... Other than how I was going to set up w00t
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#2856994 - 08/29/15 12:25 PM Re: Farm Coyote on Trail Cam...Question [Re: Rusty Black]
sandy hicks Offline
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Registered: 03/19/15
Posts: 2904
Loc: southeast texas
My only question would be how to not shoot toward a neighbor.
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#2857500 - 08/31/15 01:47 PM Re: Farm Coyote on Trail Cam...Question [Re: Rusty Black]
canislatrans54 Offline
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Registered: 02/13/06
Posts: 11232
Loc: Salina, Kansas
Originally Posted By: Rusty Black
Since I've put my trail cams out on my 100 acres of my property.I realized ,I have aleast one coyote on the property and I didn't get any fawn's on my cams..and im thinking maybe this male has been takening them down..and this coyote is roaming around starting at 2pm in the afternoon...no evidence found from him...but why is this coyote roaming so early....even watched him stalk groundhogs.He seems to be brave around the farm....Im thinking about taking him out.Rusty







One hundred acres is a mere drop in the bucket for a coyote's (or a deer's) territory.
Obviously, I don't know how long you have had the camera[s] up.
And I also don't know if you put the camera[s] next to confirmed deer trails.

There could be fawns in the nearby area, but they just haven't been spotted yet.
Or you could very well be correct that coyotes have gotten them.

As far as the coyote "roaming early"....coyotes (just like all animals) will both snooze & move around at various times of each day.
Seeing a coyote hunting at 2 in the afternoon isn't an oddity. At least not where I'm from.

I wish you much success!!!
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#2861615 - 09/15/15 05:01 PM Re: Farm Coyote on Trail Cam...Question [Re: Rusty Black]
Bill Kingore Offline
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Registered: 04/05/15
Posts: 249
Loc: Illinois
The only good one is a dead one, take him out im sure hes not alone.

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#2867002 - 10/02/15 02:20 PM Re: Farm Coyote on Trail Cam...Question [Re: Rusty Black]
Rusty Black Offline
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Registered: 03/06/13
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Loc: Southeast,Pa
ok...well the male disappeared and i now have a female on the property...so im thinking theres a pair...got a shot at her last week.but missed her...got her on the trail cams the day after...so. im going to be busy...
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#2867003 - 10/02/15 02:23 PM Re: Farm Coyote on Trail Cam...Question [Re: sandy hicks]
Rusty Black Offline
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Registered: 03/06/13
Posts: 721
Loc: Southeast,Pa
Originally Posted By: sandy hicks
My only question would be how to not shoot toward a neighbor.
Carefully and use a 22 mag...to the head...besides the neigbors are scared to death at them....so the coyotes have to go.
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#2906094 - 01/03/16 11:01 AM Re: Farm Coyote on Trail Cam...Question [Re: Rusty Black]
dog1whckr Offline
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Registered: 05/25/08
Posts: 2489
Loc: Wyoming
Since you have two? Try to track/follow/locate the den. Clean up the whole thing by May and you should be good. Howling around midnight should help you locate the den. Get a response a couple of times in the same general area will get you close.

Found a couple of pair the other day and, in the snow, you could see where a male was chasing a deer. Went for at 3/4 mile before he gave up. Deer to healthy for him to catch on a straight run. (I say 'him' because his track was larger than the second one with 'him', and, she really didn't do any outright pursuing of the deer.)

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#2969864 - 06/14/16 02:51 PM Re: Farm Coyote on Trail Cam...Question [Re: Rusty Black]
SenderoMan Offline
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Registered: 02/07/13
Posts: 166
Loc: Missouri
Need to start in April before the fawns are dropped and the female coyotes are packing on pounds to have a litter.

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#3052522 - 03/06/17 04:30 PM Re: Farm Coyote on Trail Cam...Question [Re: Rusty Black]
coyotebob Offline
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Registered: 01/21/17
Posts: 16
Loc: Noble County Ohio
See my signature line! LOL
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#3081143 - 07/16/17 04:14 PM Re: Farm Coyote on Trail Cam...Question [Re: Rusty Black]
17varmint Offline
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Registered: 01/01/11
Posts: 126
Loc: Georgia, USA
The pictures of the coyotes on my farm shows they move starting an hour or two after sunset, again between 4 and 6 am and again between 8 and 10 am. I consistently get pictures of the coyotes a few days a week at these times. See a lot of rabbit hair in their scat but seldom any deer hair.
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#3085175 - 08/10/17 10:10 AM Re: Farm Coyote on Trail Cam...Question [Re: Rusty Black]
Flesh Eater Offline
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Registered: 03/09/17
Posts: 242
Loc: 2D Pennsylvania
You're not too far from me (I'm around the Slippery Rock, Butler area). It's a rare thing to be spotting PA coyotes during the day time as often as you are. Definitely get out there and drop them! Good luck!
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#3103185 - 11/11/17 09:04 PM Re: Farm Coyote on Trail Cam...Question [Re: Rusty Black]
imlvt Offline
Seasoned Member

Registered: 12/08/02
Posts: 136
Loc: NY
With 100 acres, you have options. Be sure of your target and where the bullet goes afterward. These are basic rifle safety rules. Second option, shotgun. Both will dispatch coyotes with authority.

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#3103385 - 11/12/17 06:42 PM Re: Farm Coyote on Trail Cam...Question [Re: Rusty Black]
WyYoteKiller Offline
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Registered: 09/15/13
Posts: 343
Loc: Independence Rock, Wyoming
A couple of well place #2 or #3 traps with some Carman's canine call and you can quit worrying about neighbors or being able to hit them with a rifle. Snares are an economical solution to traps and my 11 year old can set them in seconds.
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