It seems like everyone you talk to in any state is complaining of coyotes. I think they are out of control with over population. I know it is a problem by me. All last year from August to the middle of January I never saw a fawn or had one show up on my cameras. And others that hunt the property said that they hadn't seen any all season either. In past years at this farm almost every adult doe would at least have 1 fawn with her. This year I saw 1 fawn, a button buck. Last week, one afternoon I had 8 mature does go by me with no fawns. I know in this area it is a definite problem. Took a walk today in one part of the property and saw more coyote tracks than deer tracks. It seems that in the last 5yrs, the population by me has taken a big jump. I would say if you do not have a coyote problem you soon will.
If you or someone can come accross a road kill use that for coyote bait. They will come to that for sure, but mostly at night, depending how hungry they are. If you have a good long range rifle, put up a blind, or use snow camo if there is snow, and pick some off. Be sure to stake the carcass down, or they will drag it off.
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