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    Better than using a coyote call

    Who needs coyote call when you have Cousin Brucie. My trusty terrier Cousin Brucie keeps the ever vigil eye looking outside the window. He was staring out the window and started barking. I looked out to see this coyote cutting across the east side of pasture about 175 yards out. Slid out the front door, used the column for a rest and dropped him as he was trotting through!




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    Re: Better than using a coyote call

    You have good kin.
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    Now that is what I call a watch dog, nice going!


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    Re: Better than using a coyote call

    Cool .......Now have him run out there and bring the Coyotes in closer to the house.

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    Re: Better than using a coyote call

    Quote Originally Posted by Weatherby View Post
    Cool .......Now have him run out there and bring the Coyotes in closer to the house.
    You have no idea how accurate that statement is. Cousin Brucie has a death wish and runs to them when he hears them calling. We're convinced one day or evening he won't return! But he keeps an ever vigil eye!

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    A good dog and a dead dog. Well done.


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    Re: Better than using a coyote call

    Good stuff! Did you let your dog go check out the kill? I figure it will keep him even more motivated.
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    Re: Better than using a coyote call

    My cousin often takes his rat terrier coyote hunting with him.....she's a pro at suckering coyotes into rifle range...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayhawker View Post
    My cousin often takes his rat terrier coyote hunting with him.....she's a pro at suckering coyotes into rifle range...

    My old rat terrior decoyed a coyote for me, he never saw the coyote sneaking up on him until it was shot.


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    Re: Better than using a coyote call

    Quote Originally Posted by 1965Jeff View Post
    My old rat terrior decoyed a coyote for me, he never saw the coyote sneaking up on him until it was shot.


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    I want another one , they are great dogs. He chased a rat up a cedar tree once , I had to grab him at about the six foot mark since I didn't think he would be able to descend very gracefully.


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