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Well after last weekend coyote hunting with 7 friends we harvested a lot of coyotes, I mean a LOT, we sold them for $55 a piece

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  • DakotaMan
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    Getting about $30 per coyote in S. Dak. and $30-40 for foxes... unskinned.

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  • tneal1987
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    @safado I am in South Eastern MT, we culled 152 coyotes and I still see them all the time, they are everywhere.

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  • canvasbackhunter
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    My local buyer to whom i take my coons and rats, doesn't like to deal with coyotes. I have not taken any in to him because he won't pay more than $10. Others around have been selling to buyers from Canada. If they get good prices I'll try to harvest a few.

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  • Montana
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    Been getting between 50-85 dollars for them skinned, not stretched. That was in Miles City about a month ago, made for a nice little pay day. Sounds like you got a good price, last few dogs we got were starting to rub here last week, but it has been warm. Haven't been out this week and the weekend is off because of fire school, should be prime time for coyote calling.

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  • Safado
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    Where are you located you sound like you need some help?:-D)

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  • Trip55
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    Fur auctions

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  • DesertWalker
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    Who is it that you guys are taking them to? who pays the bounty?

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  • Trip55
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    you got a good price for them in michigan we have been getting between 45 for average

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  • Well after last weekend coyote hunting with 7 friends we harvested a lot of coyotes, I mean a LOT, we sold them for $55 a piece

    Well after last weekend coyote hunting with 7 friends we harvested a lot of coyotes, I mean a LOT, we sold them for $55 a piece unskinned. What are some prices that others are fetching for the dirty dogs?

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