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Looks like we have two coyoteslayers. Im not the other coyote_slayer. He just wants to slay things like me.
 

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Well we should all be coyote slayers and maybe wolf slayers when we get the chance :D
 

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The question to the real coyote slayer is; How deep of a hole must one dig in order to completely bury the carcass of canis lupus? :mrgreen:
 

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That would all depend on the size of the canis lupus. The canis lupus code is 4 feet, but the code is more of a guideline than a rule. Now the more experienced slayer which is your truly buries them with their butt up so ALL the canis lupus lovers can kiss his/her's beautiful little brown eye. :D :lol: :lol: :lol: :shock:
 

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I disagree about wolves being stupid beast, yes they can distroy a herd of animals quick so when it comes time we need to control the wolve pack but there just like another living thing in the world they do what they need to do to servive.

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I disagree about wolves being stupid beast, yes they can distroy a herd of animals quick so when it comes time we need to control the wolve pack but there just like another living thing in the world they do what they need to do to servive.
We exterminated the wolf out of the lower 48 states, but it doesnt matter if you poison, trap, shoot, hunt them in helocopters. The smart little coyote keeps on living :D . I think its because the coyote is more of a surviver and they're smarter.
 

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I agree with coyoteslayer! Coyotes are the hardest animal to hunt in North America, and probably dam near the smartest! We couldnt exterminate coyotes if we wanted to. _O\
 

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Plus wolves hunt in packs of 6 to 12 individuals so they're easier to find. Coyotes will either hunt alone or maybe a buddy or two depending on the time of year and the food source.
 

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coyoteslayer said:
Plus wolves hunt in packs of 6 to 12 individuals so they're easier to find. Coyotes will either hunt alone or maybe a buddy or two depending on the time of year and the food source.
I agree with that statement 99% of the time but in the absence of wolves, coyotes do form packs at times and hunt big game such a deer.
 

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This forum has two coyoteslayer's ????.......Yikes... :shock: :shock:

I though one was too much !!!!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
 

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.45, you might be seeing double. Please lay off the sauce!!!
 

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coyoteslayer said:
.45, you might be seeing double. Please lay off the sauce!!!
_(O)_ _(O)_ I'll be okay ...tomorrow is friday...isn't it?? :)
 

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Yes!!! WOOHOO TGIF and .45 is already drinking very heavily WOW. Slow down a little bit
 

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Yes!!! WOOHOO TGIF and .45 is already drinking very heavily WOW. Slow down a little bit
I usually start on Monday...I'm running a little behind trying to keep up with all this 2nd amendment stuff....and then I thought I saw a 'woof' and then a grizz...so I read the nasty stuff in 'fishing' and more in 'everything else'...I just can't keep up any more... :)

Thought maybe I could hang out with youse guy's for a spell... :?
 
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