I have been married about 12 years to the same girl.
I am a newbie to coyote hunting.
I have been groundhog (skinnies)hunting since my Dad helped me steady his old Remington .22 on a 2x4 to shoot a groundhog in our garden.
I can still remember it as if it just happened. I was about 8 then and am now 36y/o.
I am a professional photographer and started blacksmithing 4 years ago. I now demo at the Daniel Boone Homestead in addition to building a stone forge at home. I have a website for both. I have been a volunteer EMT in EMS for about 16 years and have been a Rev War reenactor for about 4 years. Because the photo industry is flying headlong into the digital world, I am dabbling in web authoring. It is pretty cool!
I have only seen one coyote I think, it was during a snowstorm at 2ish in the am coming back from an EMS call. It looked like a grey fox on steroids during the quick glimpse that I had.
Here in Berks County, Pa. there are supposed to be mucho coyotes. Well at least that is what I hear. Hope to learn some techniques to help me at least see something when I go out.
I posted some photos of my Shaggie System camo in another forum and there is a possibility that I may be starting to sell them thru the web. Hopefully.
Wanted to add this last thought.
Being involved with Rev War reeancting and reading up on American History has taught me a number of things about our country. I hope we can persevere in retaining our ability to hunt and enjoy our firearms. If you are not involved, please try to help in any way that you can.
[This message has been edited by Skinny Shooter (edited 06-29-2001).]