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Nope, but Matt did.......he got pulled for season D, I will probably be down that weekend thinning out the coyote herd........good luck to you guys, make sure you leave one Tom down there

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Picks, 3 of us got drawn for season A. With this super mild winter and our harvest numbers very low last year there should be a herd of Toms around. I'll tie one to the berry hut for Matt. My older brother is coming with to help thin the coyotes also.

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Matt and I called a coyote in last year when we were trying call in a tom, maybe you should try deer calls or elk calls and see if the toms race in

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Of course each area on MN is unique, but overall expect fewer 2 year old Toms this spring. The jake harvest in 2005 was very low. The biologists translate this to a very poor hatch in 2004 - remember it was wet and cold.

Unsure what 2005 hatch was, but I guess that is not a factor for me until the 2007 season.

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I've called in a coyote almost every year except last year. Some years I've called in a few. They seem to sneak up on the deke, and spook after they get within 10 yards of the thing and it doesn't run away.

Joel

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here is an idea, pump those things full of number 4's the turkey's won't come anywhere near you if they see a coyote

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Always been leery to do that. Birds I'm working in the nearby woods won't come near me if I plaster a 'yote either.....especially if it's not a good shot.

Any other opinions? Do you guys kill coyotes that come in?

Joel

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