Coyote hunting

This is a Group for Members who also hunt Coyotes.


Members: 251
Latest Activity: Feb 22


Discussion Forum

sighting in

Started by Don Durnford. Last reply by Daniel Hotte Feb 2, 2018. 4 Replies

I have a .223rem with a 3.09.40  scope & i always had it zeroed in for up to 100yds, but twice now i seen coyotes crossing downwind 3-400 yards out so & i wouldn't chance the shot, so…Continue

Anyone up for a hunt?

Started by TeaEs. Last reply by Don O'Reilly Oct 25, 2017. 1 Reply

Decided this year that I'd like to try some coyote hunting. Was wondering if anyone was up for a trip out sometime? Im from Labrador, so not overly familiar with hunting spots on the island, but I've…Continue

Looking for someone to hunt with

Started by Bill Cavers. Last reply by Tom Cox Sep 30, 2015. 7 Replies

My son and I would like to get out coyote hunting but it's our first time so we would like to join someone who could show us the ropes. We have a sighted in .223 but I haven't bought any calls yet.…Continue

where are the coyotes

Started by Peter Sweeney. Last reply by Lane Steele Feb 3, 2015. 5 Replies

Im fairly new to the coyote hunt and just wondering if anyone could recommend an area on the Avalon peninsula that I might have some luck,  any information is greatly appreciatedContinue

Comment Wall


You need to be a member of Coyote hunting to add comments!

Comment by mac on November 25, 2011 at 6:05pm

Hi OLeary, That was the first coyote I shot so I mounted it like that. Did several wall mounts since that. Nice hobby, anyone who works with fur can do it after a few tries and with utube now and internet videos you cant go wrong . The forms are readily available at taxidermy supplies outlets. That coyote was a 40 lb male with a great winter coat.

Comment by kenneth Griffiths on November 25, 2011 at 5:36pm

The reason why people can't use snares with a coyote lic it because if you do not have a trapping lic then you can't snear coyote.

Comment by J, O'Leary on November 25, 2011 at 1:29pm

Hey Mac , thats looks really good man ,was that ur first time trying that ? wanted too do the same with the yote i shot back in sept ,either that or i was going too make a native american style fur hat with the head ,snout ,paws, tail still attached  lol. 

Comment by mac on November 25, 2011 at 7:23am

tried it on a bunny ok as well as a coyote It had too much damage from my  22.250 close range shot down its back. If its a good winter pelt I usually take the head for a wall mount.

Comment by brandon purcell on November 24, 2011 at 11:37pm

never tried it, but ive seen that vid A wile ago and they use it for deer and all tpes of game

Comment by Ben Scaplen on November 24, 2011 at 6:07pm

...and wow! Thanks for that...looks as easy as pie.


I wonder does it work for wabbits?!

Comment by Ben Scaplen on November 24, 2011 at 6:05pm
Comment by mac on November 24, 2011 at 4:05pm


Has anyone on this forum tried this compressed air to skin animals..........neat eh  

Comment by brandon purcell on November 21, 2011 at 9:37pm

my buddy was hunting down in carbonear ! i dont know if you know were im talking about when i say in stump hills, but he had them in his yard m he also has spotted 3 or four so far this year, and last year down around there i seen many aswell as a load of tracks, and im starting to get gear now for coyote hunting starting next year i think, thanks for the tips !

Comment by Peter Emberley on November 21, 2011 at 5:44pm

The answer, I think is as many hunters with the dogs as possible. I go with a minimum of 3. Be loud let the coyotes know your there, blast a shot or 2 to make sure they hear you. With any luck they will take off and leave you alone, but you must be prepared for them. Chase the dog a little, try and keep all the hunters on the out side of the dog as it runs the rabbit or at least in ear shot. I know some times easier said than done. Another thing I do is hunt an area that has other rabbit hunters. The more hunters in an area (without crowding) the better those critters will be kept at bay and the safer the beagles.


 Brandon, what area was your buddy hunting in?


Members (251)


Blue Ridge
524 Main Street Lewisporte, NL, Phone:709.535.6675,709.535.6555, Fax:709.535.6042

Coastal Boats Available At
Atlantic Recreaction
17 Corey King Drive
Mount Pearl, NL
A0A 2A0

Blue Water Marine & Equipment Ltd.

16 Allston Street

Kenmount Road Business Park
Mount Pearl, NL A1N 0A4
Tel: (709) 782-3200 


© 2019   Created by Edward Smith.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service