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Looks like coyotes are taking a bite – a pretty big one – out of West Virginia’s whitetail deer population. Results from a graduate student’s research shows digestive tract contents in 60 percent of the coyotes examined in her study … Read More
The bacteria that causes brucellosis has been detected for the first time in feral pigs in North Carolina, according to a study by North Carolina State University. The bacteria, Brucella suis, can be transmitted to people through improper butchering or … Read More
If you’re a predator hunter you know how vitally important it is to always know the wind direction and plan your hide accordingly. Just one whiff of a hunter could put a coyote or bobcat on alert or send him … Read More
When you’re pursuing predators for fun or as part of your deer management plan, be sure to do your scouting and preparation homework prior to the hunt for better chances at success. These weekly tactics, ideas and suggestions from Trapper & Predator … Read More
When you’re pursuing predators for fun or as part of your deer management plan, suit your methods to the terrain in which you’re hunting for better chances at success. These weekly tactics, ideas and suggestions from Trapper & Predator Caller … Read More
Predator management should be part of any good whitetail management plan. These weekly tactics, ideas and suggestions from Trapper & Predator Caller can help you with your predator problems on private or leased lands. By Randy D. Smith Large acreage … Read More
We know coyotes are pretty doggone efficient and adaptive, easily becoming accustomed to suburban development and even city life. How often have you seen your local newspaper’s story or TV newscast’s evening segment with the sensationalistic “Coyotes Among Us!” type … Read More
Joe Fleming, of Spillars Cove, Newfoundland, shot an 82-pound canine last week in the Canadian province. Wildlife officials initially believed it was a coyote, but DNA testing is being conducted on the animal to determine exactly what it is. “I … 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