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Ohio Coyote Thermal Kill #67

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by alphasig, Nov 14, 2020.

  1. alphasig

    alphasig .22LR

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    Hunt: 11/13/2020
    Temperature: 44º
    Humidity: 68%
    Wind: NW 1 mph
    Moon Light: 3.5%

    Equipment:
    13.5" TAC 30
    OSS Helix QD 762 Suppressor
    Armasight Zeus 3 640 75mm
    Nosler 30 cal. 110 varmageddon (2790 FPS)




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  2. John A.

    John A. I'm "THAT" guy Staff Member Global Moderator Moderator

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    I saw a yote about that size on my trailcam the other night.

    I really don't like them being around to be honest. Seems like the more you get rid of, the more show up.
  3. alphasig

    alphasig .22LR

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    We have been tracking the weight, m/f, location, etc. for the past 7 years. One would assume you keep hunting the same spots which we have. Two thing would happen either the # of coyotes would drop or the weights. What we have seen, we average 30-35 a year, average female is 29lbs and avg male is 35 over those 7 years. So we haven’t seem a increase or decrease in the # from year to year and the weight has remained the same. The one from this was avg 27 lbs and was #32 over all for 2020. I believe it’s new packs taking over the territory. Im not a coyote expert or anything like by far, it’s just what I see and feel about my area.


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