Discussion in 'Varminter & Hunting Forum' started by Greg Taylor, May 16, 2017.
They absolutely can with dedicated hunting and Coyote's. I try to never shoot the females if possible unless I know there are multiple breeding pairs in an area. I just smacked four of them this morning, 3 pups and a mother.
I am done with this hole for the year as there are at least 3 full sized adults and 2 more pups that I saw today....film coming. Hopefully with the adults and young ones they will rebound next year and be even more plentiful.
A few pics
Late to the "party" here but to paraphrase Josey Wales "the hell with them groundhogs, buzzards gotta eat, same as worms". In other words, KEEL THEM!
Looks like a couple got snertified.
I had a farm that produced over 600 chucks in 15 years. I shot between 30 and 110 a year. I only shot 1/2 the land-mass of the farm due to housing nearby. it still produces 30 a year even now that they went "organic" and have over grazed it, abused it and left it to dandelions.
Even though the farmer wanted them all shot, it just was not feasible.
Here you go snert
That little vartarg is impressive
Took this one at 350 in a stiff breeze. One shot for a wind call, 2nd shot - THUMP
Chuck and a pic back to the truck
I'm in Bradford county as well. The farm I hunt the most on just started cutting/chopping hay this last week as well, can't wait!!
What part of BC are you in?
Out in the Canton/Troy area
Oh hell I'm right next door in Wyalusing. How many chucks you guys got over there?
Awesome! I work in wysox lol. We have more the last couple years than we have had in a while, it's been decent. I think the coyote population is down. How about over your way?
Last 5 years.... brutal. Used to shoot over one hundred a year off 3 farms. Last 5 years - very little
This year I am at 23 already which is good.
I think the yotes are way down
That is great! I talked with a farmer (neighbor) last summer and he thought there were more than he had seen in years and years. He wasnt as excited about them as I was
It is because i moved to PA guys, really...
Well let's get together late summer for a week and travel around and kill chucks.
Get some of the active PA guys
I would say yes, but as the newbie in town, I have no places to offer and until I do, I cannot be a free-loader. Just not the right thing to do. I could offer a bit of ice fishing in NY in winter....and a free place to stay on the lake...but I am not an ice fisherman so anyone taking me up on it better know what they are doing!
I'm down for some chuck slaying! You are new to PA, but I'm new to this site, seems like an even trade
get after it boys!
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