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  • What do you do with a coyote after you kill one? In TN we have year round no limit either sex hunting of them and was curious a

    What do you do with a coyote after you kill one? In TN we have year round no limit either sex hunting of them and was curious as to what people did with them afterwards. Also does anyone know a way I can see the article "shotgunning for coyotes", it was printed a couple months back and I lost the magazine it was in.

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    If the fur is good skin him and freeze the hide in a plastic bag. A Taxidermist can tan the skin or mount the yote for you. You can also sell the fur for a few bucks.

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    • #3
      I tan the hides in my garrage and give them away to people i know. As for the bodies, i usually drag them around behind my ATV and then try to shoot hogs over them. not much else you can do without a trapper/trader lisence. But be creative coyote skulls and teeth can make cool decorations to hunting camp or a western style -manly den. Also, if you have the money, a full mount coyote makes a great addition to a trophy room.

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      • #4
        The county we hunt in gives you 50 dollars to every coyote you kill. But i want to get a full body mount on one, one of these days

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        • #5
          Beside what has been mentioned, I always open the stomach, to see what they have been eating ... I'm always surprised by what and how much are in their guts!

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          • #6
            well u can stuff it, but i personnly like rugs more

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            • #7
              i actually shot a coyote with my 30-30 and made 15 bucks and a pair of deerskin work gloves from the fur trader. if you shoot a good lookin one they'll give you more money. Victorytw228, 50 bucks for a coyote? you're kidding. an average coyote in nebraska pays about 5 bucks, 10 if you're real lucky. it just happened to be that my grandpa knew the fur trader from years ago, so he gave me a bonus. i want to know where you live! haha

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              • #8
                no doubt, where is it that pays $50 per coyote?

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                • #9
                  Winter kills go to the fur traders
                  Summers kills go the the vultures

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                  • #10
                    Down here in the middle of texas boys! I guess the county has been having lots of prob w/ them so last year they where givin 50 for every yote brought in.

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                    • #11
                      haha then i would just go road huntin out here in nebraska, shoot a bunch of em, then road trip down to texas and sell them!

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                      • #12
                        skin it and make an arrow quiver or sell them to a fur trader use the carcass to draw in more dogs

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                        • #13
                          Go to furtrader.com(i think) to sell them or get em' tanned and make stuff from them, (I.E.)Arrow quivers,rugs,gloves etc. Good luck and good hunting!

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                          • #14
                            shoot it leave it and hunt over it, coyotes eat coyotes :-) you can skin them yourself or take it to a taxidermist to have them skin and tan it. the pelts arent worth much here in WI, a couple bucks not worth skinning it

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                            • #15
                              Agreed with Del in KS answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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