Stoltz Of Coudersport

Solomon's Auction & Yard Sale Page

Do You Know: You can buy this marquee ad on Solomon's words for the wise for your business or event for only $10. per day! It's just one of the low cost advertising options available. Your ad is viewed 30,000 to 50,000 times every day. Email us for information on other ad locations.

CIMINO AUTO PARTS

Monday, December 26, 2016

Predator hunt opportunities abound this winter

Paul's Trading Post, Kane, PA photo
2017 Coyote Hunts

Jan. 20-22 — Woodcock Valley Sportsmen’s Club sixth annual predator hunt, James Creek, Huntingdon County. Hunt the entire state for foxes and coyotes — maximum of three of each. Contact Rick Isett at 658-3058. Rules and application at http://wvsa.webs.com.

Jan. 20-22 — Little Valley Sportsman — Saxton, Huntingdon County. Hunt the entire state for coyotes and foxes. Contact Chad Ayers at 635-3681 for more information.

Jan. 20-22 — United Sportsman Camp 271 — 15th Annual Coyote Hunt, Huntington Mills, Luzerne/Columbia counties. Hunt the entire state — $1,000 for the heaviest coyote, $500 to second place and $50 for each coyote entered. There is a separate smallest coyote pool, plus daily cash prizes. Gun raffle plus all-you-can-eat Sunday breakfast. Contact Nick Wagner at 570-574-0682 or visit www.huntingdonmillssportsmen.com.

Jan. 20-22 — Endless Mountain Coon Hunters 12th annual Coyote & Fox Hunt, Springville, Susquehanna County. Hunt in 14 northeastern counties — $2,000 top prize for heaviest coyote, $50 per coyote turned in. Other prizes including $200 for heaviest coyote each day and separate largest female coyote. Contact Bob at 570-863-5047 or www.endlessmountaincoonhunters.com for more info.

Jan. 20-22 — Paul’s Trading Post third annual Coyote Contest, Kane, McKean County. Trap or hunt the entire state. Prizes paid for top three heaviest coyotes, plus heaviest female. Contact Peggy or Paul King at 945-6504 for more info.

Jan. 27-29 — District 9 PA Trappers Association Northeast Regional Coyote Hunt, Tunkhannock, Wyoming County. Hunt eight northeastern counties — $2,000 for heaviest coyote, bonus $250 prizes for heaviest coyote each day and $100 each coyote. Free dinner for participants. Contact William Kalinauskis at 570-942-6895.

Jan. 27-29 — Jerome Sportsmen ninth annual Adam Deist Memorial Hunt, Somerset County. Hunt or trap the entire state for coyotes, foxes and raccoons. Three places in each category by weight. Contact Paul Deist at 483-0084 for more information.

Feb. 12-19 — Pa. State Hunters Organization 12th annual Coyote and Fox Hunt, Newport, Perry County. Hunt the entire state — no weighing. Fox hunt ends February 18. Equal prize money for all entered coyotes. Contact Keith Tobias at 717-444-7061

Feb. 10-12 — Cresson Community Sportsman’s Association 10th annual Coyote and Fox Hunt, Cambria County. Hunt the entire state — $5,000 minimum guaranteed prize money. Prizes for heaviest coyotes, smallest coyotes and several chance drawings, top prize $1,000. Extra cash prize drawings for foxes turned in Friday and Saturday. Contact 886-7727 or www.cressonsportsmans.com for more information.

Feb. 10-12 — Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs of Sullivan County, N.Y., 10th Coyote Hunt. Hunting and trapping allowed. Top prize $2,000, plus $200 daily prize for heaviest coyote, $100 for top female and youth hunters, plus $100 guaranteed for each coyote. Registration includes free banquet and gun raffle ticket. Just across the state border — Pennsylvania hunters hunting in Lackawanna, Monroe, Pike, Wayne or Susquehanna counties welcome, also in N.Y. Contact Jack Danchak at 845-482-4987 or www.sportsmensfederation.com for more information.

Feb 10-12 — St. Clair Tremont Trap and Field Club’s 15th Annual Fox and Coyote Hunt, Johnstown, Cambria County. Hunt the entire state for foxes and coyotes. Contact Garret Smith at 619-5373 or visit the Tremont Club Facebook page.

Feb. 17-19 — Sinnemahoning Sportsmen’s Association 12th Fox & Coyote Hunt, Sinnemahoning, Cameron County. Hunt or trap six northcentral Pennsylvania counties — 60 percent of prize money for heaviest coyote, the remainder divided equally. Fox and heaviest female coyote have separate fees and prize pots. Contact 546-2835 or check the club’s Facebook page for more information.

Feb. 17-19 — Mosquito Creek Sportsmen’s 26th annual Coyote Hunt, Frenchville, Clearfield County. Hunt entire state. Largest prizes — more than $41,000 paid out last year. Each hunter is limited to three coyotes. Contact 263-4510 or www.mosqcreek.com for more info.

Feb. 17-19 — Laurel Highlands Predator Hunt, Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland County. Hunt or trap the entire state for coyotes, foxes and raccoons. Three places in each category by weight. Prize tickets given for each harvested animal. Contact Adam Fabian at 724-455-5217 for more information.

Feb. 17-19 — St. Marys Sportsmen 14th annual Size Doesn’t Matter Coyote Hunt, Elk County. Hunt the entire state. Total prize package last year $1,341 — $56 per coyote. Contact 834-4375 or www.stmaryssportsmen.org for more info.

Feb. 17-19 — Rolfe Beagle Club 1st Annual Winter Coyote Hunt, Johnsonburg, Elk County. Hunt entire state. Equal payout for all coyotes entered, with the heaviest getting 10 percent more than the others. Contact Chris Double at 964-2961 or chris@threemilebeagles.com for more info.

Feb. 17-19 — Sigel Sportsmen’s Statewide Winter Coyote Hunt, Jefferson County. Hunt the entire state — size does not matter, one coyote per entry fee, multiple entries permitted. Contact Fred Geer at 752-2485, Bill Fiscus at 752-2795 or www.sigelsportsmensclub.com.

Feb 17-19 — Colver Sportsmen’s Club Coyote Hunt, Cambria County. Hunt entire state. Prizes: 50 percent of the pot for heaviest coyote and the remainder divided evenly among all coyotes entered. All successful hunters receive money. Contact Bernie Svidergol at 749-7415 or visit www.colversports.com

Feb. 17 25 — Ellsworth Sportsmen’s Club third annual Coyote Hunt, Scenery Hill, Washington County. Hunt nine states. Hunters allowed to enter one male and one female coyote — cash prizes by drawing. Entry fee includes gun and cash drawing and an awards banquet. Top prizes are at least $1,000 each. Separate heaviest male and female coyote contests. Contact Chad Strennen at 724-825-2883, Mike Leahman 724-255-4592 or visit www.esc15360.com for more information.

Feb. 11-18 — Port Clinton Fish & Game Association 14th Annual Coyote & Fox Hunt, Schuylkill Co. Hunt the entire state — 13 prize winners — limited to one prize per hunter. Call 610-562-4310 (after 8 p.m.) or 610-562-4765 for more information or visit www.portclintonfishandgame.com.

Feb. 24-26 — Sullivan County 12th Annual Coyote Hunt, Laporte. Hunt the entire state. Proceeds benefit three fire companies. $2,000 guaranteed top prize plus heaviest female and $50 per coyote up to three. Separate registration for hunters using dogs or calls. Free Sunday lunch for hunters. Contact Daniel Morrison at 570-506-2911 or www.sullivancountycoyotehunt.org to register or for more info.

March 3-5 — Liberty Township Sportsmen’s Association fifth annual Coyote Hunt, Blanchard, Centre County. Half of the registration money paid out for top three heaviest coyotes, with the other half divided equally per number of coyotes entered — plus separate heaviest female contest. Flea market Saturday and Sunday. Contact Dwight Kline at 574-5020 or go to www.libertysportsmen.com.

March 11-12 — Corydon Township 18th annual Coyote Hunt, McKean County. Hunt in any state. Top prizes for heaviest coyotes — $600, $350 and $225. Heaviest female added this year. Party with door prizes on the last day of the hunt. Proceeds benefit volunteer fire company. Contact Chris Cobb at 598-0752 or watch for updates on the Corydon Township Volunteer Fire Company website.

by Mark Nale for Centre Daily Times

Read more here: http://www.centredaily.com/sports/outdoors/article122882069.html#storylink=cpy

18 comments :

Anonymous said...



Canadian folk singer killed by coyotes, park official says
October 30, 2009 3:36 p.m. EDT

Up-and-coming Canadian folk singer Taylor Mitchell was killed by coyotes, park officials say.
.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS

Taylor Mitchell was at the Skyline Trail in Cape Breton Highlands National Park
Hikers saw coyotes attack Mitchell and called 911; she later died at a Halifax hospital
Park where attack occurred remains closed; coyote believed to be involved has been shot
Mitchell was nominated for Young Performer of the Year by Canadian Folk Music Awards

(CNN) -- A rising Canadian folk singer was killed by coyotes this week in a national park in Nova Scotia, a park spokesman said Thursday.

Taylor Mitchell, 19, was at the beginning of the Skyline Trail in Cape Breton Highlands National Park on Tuesday afternoon when she was attacked, according to Chip Bird, the Parks Canada field unit superintendent for Cape Breton.

Bird said hikers saw the coyotes attacking Mitchell and called 911. She was airlifted to a hospital in Halifax, where she died about 12 hours later, he said.

Mitchell was recently nominated for Young Performer of the Year honors by Canadian Folk Music Awards. She was touring the Maritime provinces and had a break between gigs to go hiking Tuesday, her manager, Lisa Weitz, said in an e-mail.

"She loved the woods and had a deep affinity for their beauty and serenity," she wrote.

"Words can't begin to express the sadness and tragedy of losing such a sweet, compassionate, vibrant, and phenomenally talented young woman," Weitz said.

"Her warmth, loving nature, astounding artistry, and infectious enthusiasm will be so missed and forever remembered."

Read more about who Taylor Mitchell was

Mitchell, who was originally from the Georgian Bay area in Ontario, lived in Toronto, Weitz said.

Bird said the area where the attack occurred is popular and well traveled. It remained closed, and park authorities had shot one coyote believed to be involved. A pathologist will test the animal's body for diseases that might have triggered the attack, he said.

Searches for other aggressive animals in the park continue, he said.

"Public safety is our primary concern," he said.

Anonymous said...

Yah right, talk about 'fake-news'.....

Anonymous said...

Ignorance on a grand scale.

Anonymous said...

just what i wanted to look at. NOT!

Anonymous said...

the above poster this was said to have happened October 30, 2009 3:36 p.m. EDT....See the date ???? and where do wild animals live ? In the woods ! so when in there environment please use caution

Anonymous said...

Not to be rude during the holidays, but there are times a child predator season should be invoked

Anonymous said...



For those who don't believe the coyotes killed the young Lady, check it out. It is a fact. Also, a woman originally from Pennsylvania, teaching school in Alaska was killed and eaten by wolves on the Alaska Peninsula. An oilfield worker was killed by wolves in the Tar Sands area of western Canada a few years ago. I will personally pay $500 to anyone who can prove that the coyotes did not kill the Lady mentioned in the above article. You prove it and contact whomever runs this site.

Anonymous said...

Are coyotes good eatin'? BBQ'd, broiled, marinated,???

Anonymous said...

Using "threat to humans" as an excuse for the slaughter of these animals is absolutely ridiculous. Human men kill more people than these animals ever did.

Anonymous said...

Air fried they eat pretty good.

Anonymous said...

What a sexist reply. Women are just as good hunters as men.

Brother Nature said...

Hell...they ought to put out a bounty on tobacco and alcohol....they kill more people per capita than any other thing in existence.....leave the poor coyotes alone....mother nature will deal with her own problems just like she has for a milliennia.

Anonymous said...



Re: 7:28PM Nobody said "threat to humans" was a reason to kill coyotes.
A poster just mentioned that coyotes had once killed a young Lady.

Anonymous said...

I know they're tough to kill. I remember as a child in that one cartoon, the coyote never died. Not sure how they survive now without any A.C.M.E. markets around.

Anonymous said...

Only a six toed redneck would fear a coyote would kill them.

Anonymous said...

We don't need coyotes around here. Kill all of them.

Anonymous said...



Re: 7:44 AM

You are the only one who has mentioned "fear of coyotes". Have You an
extra toe????????????

Louise said...

Seems to me they eat fawns?????