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Leysath's Better Venison Cookbook
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Tag Archives: predator hunting
Coyote predation on whitetail deer populations is no joking matter, and veteran hunter Jerry Peterson delivers some of his top insights and strategies for slamming song dogs on Deer Talk Now.
Deer hunters who wait overnight to track a buck often find themselves concerned about coyotes getting to it before they can find it the following morning. By Alan Clemons, Southern Managing Editor Sometimes the blood trail peters out and a … Read More
Deer hunters throughout the country probably have stumbled upon a coyote-ravaged carcass or heard stories from friends about song dogs chasing whitetails or fawns. By Alan Clemons, Southern Managing Editor We’ve seen report after report, too, of studies about fawn … Read More
Coyote hunting at night with the aid of an artificial light will be disallowed temporarily in five counties – Dare, Tyrrell, Hyde, Washington and Beaufort – pending the outcome of a lawsuit questioning the temporary rule adopted by the N.C. … Read More
Equipment, terrain and the predator itself dictate when a shot attempt should be taken By Randy D. Smith We went out to scout some deer hunting ground and try some coyote calling on a late October evening. My second set, … Read More