Post your Killing Field

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  1. Faceshot

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    Got 'yote #2 of 2020 the other day & was wondering what everybody is else is patrolling. Here's mine. These bastards are bad out here in the country, I'm out-numbered, but not out-gunned.

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    Got another one on my 1st time out w/ my new shotgun!
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    Nice! I shot a squirl on my screened in porch. Bastid chewed through the screen
     
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    Do you call the yotes? Going to have to try that. been too busy up at the property to hunt them but I've been thinking about it.
     
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    Yes. I usually go out a night or two before & call, just to locate them. Then I slip in early morning or late afternoon. I've gotten lucky & caught a couple not paying attention in a field. I've trapped a few in dirt-set traps. And I use a million candle power red spotlight to shine 'em sometimes. They learn very quickly, so ty not to miss your shot or they won't respond to that call anymore. I use electronic calls & diaphragm calls from MFK.com
     
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    Not many hunters on here, weird. I built my little shack out of materials left on job sites. Had to pack 'em back into the woods like a rented mule, but it was all worth it. Love being outside looking for predators.
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    Just back from prairie dogging out West. A grand time was had by all, took two newbies. The weather was good, warm, the doggies were cooperative. This time it was 3, 223 rifles of varying types. The 50 grain V-Max was the most common bullet. I had one 204 Ruger along, to use up some older ammo.

    Most of the time we had two shooting, a few times 3. I didn’t shoot as much as usual. As long as they’re hitting stuff I don’t mind being a spotter & assistant. Picture is from previous year. 1CBDA43D-89BD-4899-92DA-AF3B580805AB.jpeg
     
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    Aw hell, the winter wheat is gone! Now I won't be covered in deer ticks when I get back to the house. Time to resume my serial killing of these dirty ass yotes. If you have fur, your ass is in trouble son!
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