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Moose-Hunter

Coyotes?

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Moose-Hunter

I'm putting the finishing touches on my new 'yote rig and have access to a few areas around Dassel... After muzzleloader season ends, it's coyote time!! Just wondering how the population was in the area?

If anyone happens to have a few they'd like permanently "relocated" wink.gif ... Drop me an note at dn55419@yahoo.com

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BK19

if you would be interested i work with a guy that lives betweem lesueur and lecenter that has alot of coyotes and other critters that he would love for someone to clean out if interested i will email you his name and number

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Scott M

You've got mail.

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Central Bassman

what License do you need to have to hunt coyotes??

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bassNspear

there is a ton out there.

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Moose-Hunter

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if you would be interested i work with a guy that lives betweem lesueur and lecenter that has alot of coyotes and other critters that he would love for someone to clean out if interested i will email you his name and number


By all means!! Send his info my way!!

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You've got mail.


Email received and responded to. smile.gif Just give me a call when you're available and let's get get something set up.

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rattlem'up

i might be headin down by henderson this weekend for some yote action! heard theres quite a few to be thinned out.

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i might be headin down by henderson this weekend for some yote action! heard theres quite a few to be thinned out.


Hey rattlem'up!!!

Could you please drop me an email when you get a chance? My addy is listed up in the first post of this thread... I've got a couple questions to ask ya...

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rattlem'up

hey moose-hunter where'd ya go? dropped ya an email just waitin for the reply.

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Moose-Hunter

Hey Jesse...

I've been trying to get back to you but as of late, my ISP has had a few "issues"... A response is on the way...

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