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Saturday, December 5, 2009

East Fork 13th Annual Coyote Hunt Jan. 23 & 24, 2010

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6 comments :

Anonymous said...

Please everyone sign up for this and kill as many as you can.Then just maybe there will be more deer next year.Are businesses sure would appreciate it.

Anonymous said...

If you could control the hunters who fill 6 to 8 tags a year in every season possible...then we could share the deer and live in harmony with the Coyote....After all the Coyote only kills to survive!

Anonymous said...

This is like decades ago when we experienced the wholesale slaughter of wolves in Yellowstone. Then, GEE WHIZ! The wolves were actually a vital part of the ecosystem and now we are doing everything we can to reintroduce them! Wake up people before the coyote, who also plays a vital part in the ecosystem, is also gone. Coyotes play a lesser part in the declining deer population than do the policies of the game commission, the slaughter of deer by farmers who don't want them in their corn fields, and by bear. Bear account for a full 9% of fawns killed for food in the spring.

Anonymous said...

Fill 6 0r 8 tags??? Not sure where you are hunting, but in WMU3A I didn't even see 6 deer in a weeks worth of hunting. There is actually very little deer sign at all.

Anonymous said...

I feel if you think about it long enough you will realize the reason is not the Coyote. Yes, the deer has been a very important animal to the local economy in many ways.

The Game commission, Insurance industry, timber companies and others have created these special harvest areas to lower the population. However, it is the hunters who have reduced the herd with the greed of the multiple harvest. Now that the numbers are down we can't blame the hunter, it must be the Bear, Coyote or Bobcat...but not the over kill of the past years by the greed of many deer per season!

I can recall the large herds and the total number a hunter could harvest was ONE animal per year. The doe permit system was an insurance policy in case you failed to harvest a buck. However, the successful buck hunter could not harvest a doe....That my friend is what has happened to your herd! The greed factor of man, the hunter.

Anonymous said...

Im sorry but this needs said for once. Yes the game commission has botched our deer season and I for one wouldnt mind if they closed it for a few years, but coyotes and bears kill more deer a year then hunters ever could. They can smell a newborn fawn from a mile away and they are easy picking when the are hungry at that time of year. Yes we dont need to go out and shoot as many deer but the bear and coyotes definitely need shot off to help the deer herd recover. This is not the will of the game commission so it will not happen. Stop complaining people and shoot more coyotes and bear if you want to see an improvement in the deer herd, as the game commission has their own reasons for the seasons and bag limits.