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Nathan Phenix
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That's a First

One of the great things about coonhunting is you never know what you will see. Seems like there never shortage of first times in woods. Last night a buddy and I cut couple wild young dogs together and after a nice job on good hot track we walked a ways and recut. They headed up creek bottom. We walking along behind them prob 3 or 4 hundred yards. And then dogs all strike and blow up opening hot and excited. And then get quite for min and hear dogs opening some but not moving or treed. So we hurry in and I see they caught it in creek. I see grey fur but something wasnt right. And as were getting closer i realize they caught and killed a yote in did so in quick fashion. How many others has had dogs catch coyote?

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That's were the shocking and beatings would of started for me

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Lately, I've been more concerned about coyotes catching my dog.

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Nathan Phenix
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Ya I would have guess that yote would got hold my dog before dog caught yote. I couldn't believe it.

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Sounds like those two young dogs are ready to start hog dogging...

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