The Maine Outdoorsman: Why You Shoot Coyotes!

by Dec 16, 2011Uncategorized

The Maine Outdoorsman: Why You Shoot Coyotes!

I would like to thank Steve for helping to feed my fear of these coyotes. *shutters* the photos in his blog are of coyotes taking down a deer – an FYI to those of you out there who are squeamish.

The Maine Outdoorsman: Why You Shoot Coyotes!

2 Comments

  1. HEEHE . . . ūüôā

  2. @Rabid – I need your knowledge base on the blog post about accessible hunting. What does Maine have on the books about it??

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