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Coach1310

Laws on Coyotes and Fox

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Coach1310    1
Coach1310

Hello all. A guy I work with is having some problems with a pair of coyotes chasing and spooking his horses. He has had similar problems with a fox too. Is it legal to shoot them? Do you need a small game license or some kind of tag? Is there a season? I am an avid deer hunter and fisherman, but this is a little out of my element so I figured I would ask the experts for him! Thanks

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woody1975    0
woody1975

10/20/07 - 03/15/08 Fox - Gray and Red Fox opener

Blaze away at the coyotes - They are an un-protected animal.

As long as you are a resident you do not need a license (I'm not sure about non-residents)

DL

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picksbigwagon    12
picksbigwagon

Woody is right, coyotes are a non-regulated species, which means shoot on sight. Residents do not need a license, your deer rifle would be perfect on these coyotes. Just make sure of what is behind your target.

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roosterslayer    0
roosterslayer

Hey coach, where about in central Mn is the problem. cause i am sure if it is needed i know someone who would be more then willing to whack a few for you friend.

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Coach1310    1
Coach1310

Thanks for all the info. I think we will attempt to take care of the coyotes in the coming weeks as they have been around at least a couple nights a week for a while. If I need some help rooster.. I will let you know. Thanks again for the info. Looks like I will be checking my rifle scope again!!

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Jameson    3
Jameson

Can a person hunt coyotes with a rifle state wide? Does the shogun/rifle line used in deer hunting come into effect?

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carpshooterdeluxe    8
carpshooterdeluxe

you can use a rifle generally state wide, other than within local jurisdictions or municipalitys banning firearms discharge. there is no shotgun/rifle boundary for predators/varmits/uncontrolled animals otherwise.

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roosterslayer    0
roosterslayer

I know that some cities or townships require a permit to discharge a firearm. I ran into this last year and after applying for the permit which was free i recieved the permit from the deputy the next day and the permit lasts a year.

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stretch    0
stretch

i know out by hanover you can only use shot gun. not even a rim fire .22. cause i had to shoot a few coyotes out their cause they would chase my friends horses and they would walk up to my friend and wouldn't be afraid. let me know if you need help getting them i got a few tricks up my sleeve.

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roosterslayer    0
roosterslayer

Hey strech, I hunt right on the boarder of Hanover and greenfield, I n green field you ccan shoot rifle and there are some dogs out there to shoot. strech we should try some shotgunning for the dogs this fall.

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stretch    0
stretch

sounds like a deal let me know when. it gets really fun in july/august because the pups are out on their own and the adults are trying to get fawns.

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