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Yotes

Anybody hunting yotes north or Larimore?  I heard a bunch of them tonight howling, some pretty close to the house.  Seems like they have been getting thicker and bolder all summer.  I would love to see them gone, prefer my chickens over these varments.  There's even a fox that lets loose a howl every so often in my back yard, he's probably eyeballin my coop.  We are 'bout 6 miles north-east of town, or 1 1/4 mile north of hiway 2 up 36th st.  I don't have enough land to hunt them on, but I bet my neighbors would let ya pop a yote or 2 if ya asked them.

I'm got plenty of reach out and touch them guns, just don't know how to call them in or bring them to the killing zone.

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My wife and I were just sitting outside at the fireplace listening to a coyote about 600 yards west going bonkers.  There is a little mutt about 400 yards south that yipes all day every day and I think the yote wants to come and eat him.  I wish him luck.

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I would not care about them if it were not for my peeps.  We love listening to them, just not listening to them snack'n on my chicks.


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road killed deer works nice to bring them in , sweeten the pot with a fawn distress call they come in pretty calmly

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Had a similar complaint from a lady near braddock this weekend. Finally cool enough to get out and i ended up taking 3 out for her. Distress did not work for me though. Wish i was closer to help

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FrozenInTime Said:
Anybody hunting yotes north or Larimore?  I heard a bunch of them tonight howling, some pretty close to the house.  Seems like they have been getting thicker and bolder all summer.  I would love to see them gone, prefer my chickens over these varments.  There's even a fox that lets loose a howl every so often in my back yard, he's probably eyeballin my coop.  We are 'bout 6 miles north-east of town, or 1 1/4 mile north of hiway 2 up 36th st.  I don't have enough land to hunt them on, but I bet my neighbors would let ya pop a yote or 2 if ya asked them.

I'm got plenty of reach out and touch them guns, just don't know how to call them in or bring them to the killing zone.

How much you looking to charge to let someone come hunt them?

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 Spotted a pack of 6 the other night when glassing for deer so I gave it a whirl last night.  Ended up calling 4 of them in, only 2 had had enough pulse to get away:)

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 Went and shot clay pigeons today and on the way out to the field i saw two yotes and one fox in the same wheat field.  One yote was about 250 yards off gravel road hugging boarding corn field but the other yote and fox were about 20 yards off road.  Drove by and stopped, walked up to shoot yote and leave fox... somehow forgot to load gun. Anyways, I thought fox and yotes usually don't hang in the same area, let alone 20 yards away from each other in same field.  About an hour after this saw another yote on road.... biggest one I think i've ever seen.