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Feb 20, 2016

Coyotes can decimate a deer herd, especially buck fawns, according to scientific studies. You might think that killing all coyotes in the answer, but it's actually counterintuitive. Coyotes are extremely resilient and will self regulate, but over killing them can actually trigger a biological event resulting in high pup crops. Regardless, hammering coyote packs and reducing numbers in your deer hunting areas will only help your cause. Al Morris from FoxPro is an expert coyote hunter and helps us breakdown and dissect this essential aspect of hunting, from beginner to intermediate levels.

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Jim Keller's Deer News Topics:

  • QDMA says Poaching Fines Should be Higher 
  • Missouri's House Bill 1971 for Higher Poaching Fines (Thanks Dan!)
  • Grants in Indiana to Feed the Hungry FHFH 
  • Popularity of Shed Hunting Leads to Restrictions  
  • Wisconsin Hunters Can Now Wear Pink Instead of Orange 

Here's What We Discuss In This Show:

  • #1 Thing You Need to Do to Increase You Deer Herd is Hunt Coyotes
  • World Champion Coyote Calling Contests
  • 80% of the Fawns Killed are Buck Fawns
  • If You Hunt Deer, You Need to Hunt Coyotes
  • The Importance of Feb 15th and Breeding Season
  • Vocalizations VS Prey Distress
  • The Fawn Crop Killing Zone- Hunt Coyotes Where This Happens
  • Coyote Poop Studies
  • Coyote Hunting for the Beginner
  • #1 Way to Get a Coyote is to Call Them In
  • Use Calls that Coyotes in Your Area Are Familiar With- Cat, Kitten, Chicken Distress
  • Coyote Location Calls and Road Calling
  • Go With Someone or Go Online
  • Below 64 Degrees- Key Temperatures
  • Aug Sept Oct - The Dispersal Period
  • Eastern VS Western- A Yote is a Yote
  • 2-3 Day Loops Over Big Territory
  • 7 to 12 Minutes to See A Coyote (if there are any there)
  • Less is Better When Quiet, More is Better When Loud
  • How Far Should We See?
  • Dense Cover Calling VS Wide Open Spaces
  • Shoot 'Em When You See 'Em!!!
  • Decoy or No Decoy?
  • Best Caliber .223 or .22-.250
  • They Gotta Eat, Territorial, Breed, Protect
  • Al's Memorable Coyote Hunt
  • 10 Rapid Fire Questions

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CREDITS:

This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann

Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller

Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips