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Old 12-29-2009, 10:01 AM   #1
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I have been coyote hunting for years, but I never had a license that specifically said coyotes on it. I tried calling DNR and can't get through. Nothing on the web site that talks about coyotes. Anyone here hunts in Illinois that would point me in the right direction?
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I have been coyote hunting for years, but I never had a license that specifically said coyotes on it. I tried calling DNR and can't get through. Nothing on the web site that talks about coyotes. Anyone here hunts in Illinois that would point me in the right direction?

In NY state that would fall under small game, your state who knows.
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Might look here.

On this page do a search on "coyote hunting"to get lots of info.
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You should check out your state's regs on the 'net. In NC you can hunt them year-round with firearms or archery stuff. NC also recently began a trapping season, as hunting hasn't been as effective at managing them as predicted.

They're tough for most casual hunters, at least around here. They seem pretty sharp. My family is in the horse business and I've successfully hunted deer on our property, but I've yet to call and shoot a coyote. I've seen them fairly frequently, but I've never had a shot.
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According to what I saw on the side of the road today the only type of license would be a drivers.
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Old 12-29-2009, 11:19 AM   #6
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In CO, it's open season for 'yotes and you need a small game license.

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Thanks guys. It looks like small game license.
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I hope you're planning to eat your kill.
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Coyote stew? Coyote ribs? Coyote steak?

The coyote is considered a predator in many areas and are treated as such. Any rancher won't think twice about killing them if the 'yotes are killing his animals.
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I hope you're planning to eat your kill.
No, they have been eating small animals (pets) and breaking into local chicken coops. I just saw one in my cul-de-sac this Saturday. This is gonna be a kill and dump.
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I hope you're planning to eat your kill.
nope, he's planning on killing that what kills what he does eat.. (coyotes love farm animals, since they are much easier to get at and kill than things like deer)
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in NC None.

Varmint Al'a Coyote Hunting Page
http://www.varmintal.com/ahunt.htm
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Shoot him now!



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I hope you're planning to eat your kill.
You don't eat Coyotes....however there is a use for them......

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No, they have been eating small animals (pets) and breaking into local chicken coops. I just saw one in my cul-de-sac this Saturday. This is gonna be a kill and dump.
Check your regs on whether you can actually shoot it- with or without license. We need a hunting license in Oregon, but are restricted to certain areas when they can be hunted. I have them in the field behind the house- but cannot shoot them (or anything else back there). 6 block away- different story.

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In LA, coyotes are considered varmits... just like hogs, ditch leopards(bobcats) and coons.
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In LA, coyotes are considered varmits... just like hogs, ditch leopards(bobcats) and coons.
and awaaaay we go
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