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Friday, September 11, 2020

SKRZYPEK AND BULLERS ESTABLISH LEADS IN THE STATEWIDE SEPTEMBER SONG DOG SLAM

Johnsonburg, Pa. – Gordon Skrzypek and Duane Bullers established new leadership in the September Song Dog Slam with the large coyotes they both harvested on Thursday morning, 9/10.

Gordon said, “I really haven’t been getting the coyotes to come in, and then all of a sudden, there he was this morning. First one I’ve seen.” Gordon Skrzypek usually hunts private lands in the Kersey area of Elk County. Gordon harvested his large male coyote at 7:30 a.m. with a .308 rifle. The coyote tipped the scales at 33.8 pounds and sets a new lead in the Rolfe Beagle Club’s September Song Dog Slam. Congratulations, Gordon.

Duane Bullers, who harvested a large female coyote weighing 29.4 pounds, tells a similar story. “I haven’t been seeing any ‘yotes after calling, but this morning I went out and as soon as I started the rabbit in distress call, here she comes right away.” Duane harvested his coyote shortly after 7:00 a.m. with a .223 rifle. Duane hunts private lands in the Lake City area of Elk and Jefferson Counties. Congratulations, Duane.

Duane’s 29.4 pound female coyote is in a tie with the 29.4 pound female coyote harvested by Spike Wilson of Johnsonburg, Elk County.

The hunt runs thru Saturday, September 12, at noon. Coyotes will be weighed every day at 6:00 p.m. Crows will be counted in at the same time.

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