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Dan Edwards

Edwards' Coyote Catches 2013 & 21014

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Ya pretty much. We cast hounds down creeks and when they punch the coyotes out we try to get to a spot where the coyote is crossing the road and then we dump on them if we get a chance to. Its pretty tough at times and sometimes it may take a few different tries to get a close enough dump. Anything over bout 200 yards and you are kidding yourself cuz you wont be catching that coyote.

You need salukis, I'm sure they'd do a good job of catching up to the coyote over a long distance and not pulling it up at all.

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This sauki below was no slouch, seemed to have plenty of guts, i would prefer it to have done the job quicker though personally myself. :thumbs:

 

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Good thread this one dan it's nice to see a bit of input from usa and seeing how it's the same/ different with game and dogs used

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The only thread worth looking at, period !

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Well thank ya! Too bad I cant post no feckin pictures.

Dan try (photo bucket) just go to your albums (my pics)1st, then p/b ,then your window you want to send here or what ever site you choose

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to copy and past the link to photos on photo bucket you copy the link click on here then hold the ctrl button as well as the letter v at the same time

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This sauki below was no slouch, seemed to have plenty of guts, i would prefer it to have done the job quicker though personally myself. :thumbs:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7O0SU_8D

 

That wasn't a kill; it was a bait !! One dog had a go, fair do's, but was making hard work of it. The other pot lickers should be shot.

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Even if they were pups, they showed no interest, I'll bet the old arab wasn't feeding those curs the next day !

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They dont take no prisoners thats for sure lol.

I agree tough, that the dog that was trying to kill it, should of done a better job and quicker, however, it was a coyote and i really think it had its hands full, i would of tryd to help the dog myself, with a accurate and careful bang on the head to the coyote. :thumbs:

It wasn't a Coyote, it was an Arabian Wolf.. probably a bit smaller and lighter than a Coyote, but still formidable quarry for one dog. I'm not knocking the dog that had a go, it probably done well considering it was doing it all itself. I'm sure Dan would agree, if you dump a dog on it's quarry, it should have a go, not walking around it, having the odd "taste".

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