I always wanted to hunt coyotes in the snow, but living in Georgia...

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... figured, well, you know. :(

But, sometimes the hunt comes to you. :)
Tagged him and his girlfriend. Only found him. Blood trails are a lot easier to follow in the snow.

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Don’t do it unless you can’t do it in sleepy joe’s voice! Most importantly, what rifle, model, caliber and at what distance, did you shoot scruffy with?
I'm apparently fighting off the Rona so my impersonation game is a little off.
Marlin model 25, .22wmr, Bushnell Elite 4200 3x9, just under and just over 100 yards. CCI 35 grain Gamepoints.
They were chasing deer. Deer didn't even come back to say thanks.
 

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Sorry that wasn’t a serious answer. People eat it. Best to put in a stew, something like chili. I never have. Given no other options I would. Must be cooked up to a high temp. No medium rare on it !
 

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Nice shooting sir! I hear them at the house almost every dern night. I think they hang out on the mountain across the way. I never see them venture down to my property. I wonder if the 17 hmr with a well placed headshot would be appropriate.
 
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