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Back from South Texas. Hog hunting was tough, saw lots of sows but no big boars at all. Did lots of coyote calling though.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: March/30/2013 at 09:45
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This is an exploding target, and is in sequence.
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awesome!!!!
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Very nice. Those photos do a great job of showing the evil in a coyote.
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Originally posted by tejas tejas wrote:









I want to see more dead totes but ill have cactus flowers in my backyard like those in about two months. That's in Oswego, NY and that's snow country. I can take a pic when they flower but I'll have to send it to somebody that's more puter savvy than me to post it. I love our little patch of cactus here in upstate NY. To make it even neater it's right next to a pine tree. I'll make sure I get a pic that shows both. Just so you know we average approx. 160" of snow each winter.

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Your camera work is exceptional.

Thanks for sharing. Excellent
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" Beep Beep!" Awesome....
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Good stuff Tejas
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Looks like you taught them a good lesson.  What type of caller do you use?
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NICE!!!
 
 
One question though.... you always hunt yotes and hogs in your jammies?  Smile
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    I use a Foxpro Firestorm. Mostly I just tie wrap it to my ATV, run it for fifteen or twenty minutes and change spots if I don't see anything. Jackrabbit distress call works good in South Texas. Wood Pecker, Lucky Bird or Cottontail distress all work good here in Central Texas.
    Don't be bashin' my Bushlan camp. It costed a lot of money for me to look cool in that photo :)
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Nice pics tejas, my cactus is almost ready to flower.

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" Great report, great photos of coyotes and brush.....and you looked awesome!! " 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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" Umm.......won't PETA be upset that your holding that coyote up by only one leg?? " 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: June/02/2013 at 18:31
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Good jump from yotes to fox's.Great pics.Bud your not supposed to see him he's in camo Big Grin
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