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Chub Fisherman
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Snared Coyotes

Has anyone seen the coyotees in Princeton? 42 to be exact, not bad for snaring. I don't want to say anymore that would upset those that get offended to see real life happening around them. Laughing

Post Tue 14 Mar, 2006 3:03 pm 
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42 is quite a few for one area.Wow.
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Post Thu 16 Mar, 2006 9:32 am 
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What's the most at one time that you've seen? How do you know there are 42 all together?

Welcome to the site! Glad to see a new face

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I have pictures of them hanging there and I counted them. Luckily there wasn't more than 50 becuase thats as high as I can count.
As for the coyotees, they were a mismatched lot of colors. Some were dark like Huskeys in color with others light orange. Anyway, it was quite an impressive amount of them.

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Chub Fisherman

What would be in Princeton that would attract that many coyotees?

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You've got pictures? You should post them... I'd like to see them. Not to many coyotees in the city Smile

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Woods and deer = coyotees! Wink

Post Tue 21 Mar, 2006 8:43 am 
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Heres One pic, And I give it with reservations becuase of all those that oppose this stuff


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Nothin like a full game pole. Mr. Green

Thats scary, that many in one area. Good thing we didn't have a harsh winter.Is there a deer yard handy?

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Are all those yours Chub Fisherman??
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I cant take credit for a one of them. Sorry. I was just passing thru on my way home from ice fishing. Crying or Very sad

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