Master Coyote Hunting by Michael Huff, a Unique Breakthrough Coyote Hunting Book

Master Coyote Hunting by Michael Huff
Master Coyote Hunting by Michael Huff

USA –  -(AmmoLand.com)- Both veterans and novices will become better coyote hunters after reading Master Coyote Hunting written by the award-winning author and expert coyote hunting guide, Michael Huff.

Master Coyote Hunting by Michael Huff

Buy Online Button ClearThis is the most detailed and comprehensive coyote hunting book ever written, its chapters include everything needed to master the difficult art of locating and luring coyotes to a gun or camera. Included is information on how to find and gain access to productive properties, select the ideal caliber and firearm, effective use of field shooting supports, successful techniques to use electronic and mouth calls, proper operation of lights for night hunting, organizing a vehicle, creating perfect setups to bring in coyotes, advanced hunting strategies and techniques, making long-range shots, selling pelts for profit, field care and taxidermy.

The expertise shared by this award-winning author, speaker, and popular professional guide will shave years off your learning curve.

This is the author’s second book and further authenticates his well-earned reputation as a coyote expert, a reputation formed from years of pursuing scholarly research and hunting and guiding for coyotes across the United States of America. His first book is the award-winning, “Understanding Coyotes: The Comprehensive Guide for Hunters, Photographers, and Wildlife Observers.”

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Coyotes kept me up last night trying to rip in my pens last night, lots of squaking, quacking, howling and barking, and me running around in my flipflops, flashlight that went dead and a pistol. Chickens, ducks, turkeys, rabbits pheasants and quail all caught hell last night in my backyard. Got to go check my traps and put out some snares since we can’t hunt at night here when they usually come out.

Parker crew
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Parker crew

never heard of him can’t find any pictures of his success, and 700 of my friends can’t either.

Dan
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Dan

Mr. Huff lends great insights into the skill of successfully harvesting the highly elusive and secretive Coyote, whose uncontrolled populations are now invading urban areas and residential neighborhoods to prey on domestic animals and livestock. Mr. Huff provides a much needed comprehensive ” how to ” approach for those hunters interested in the conservation effort to control the exploding numbers of coyotes, now also cited by farmers and landowners for their devastation of fawns, turkeys, rabbits and other wildlife species.

Alex Ocasio
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Alex Ocasio

Holla if you’d like to run “The Green Watch Dog” down with a helicopter… amiright!!??

The Green Watch Dog
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The Green Watch Dog

Beyond me that some take such pride in killing just for the thrill to kill. They then mount their kill on their barbed wire fence for a proud ‘manly’ display! Not are only guns used, but poisons, steel jaws that clamp down on the animal causing extreme suffering, helicopters used to run them down then the kill!
On the Flip side is a book that I intended to purchase to learn about this wonderful animal:
Coyote America: A Natural and Supernatural History .

Louie
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Louie

Wait till the coyotes, which you seem to admire so much, start killing your pets and other game. Btw, they kill them by ripping them apart. Larger game such as deer, the coyotes start by ripping a hole in their innards, and justkeep at it while the animal is still alive.

The Green Watch Dog
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The Green Watch Dog

Coyotes are wild animals, and use what techniques are available for them to survive. Similar to the Huskies I have owned. One killed eleven cats/kittens in her lifetime. She would patiently wait for them in the yard as we had a pond in the back yard. Never would eat them. Proudly displayed the carcass for me when I came home.

Bob
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Bob

I kill coyotes because they sneak in and kill my chickens in the dark of night. Like you, I hate cats and I could careless that the coyotes kill a few no good kitties.

Wild Bill
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Wild Bill

@Bob, Yeah, there goes the free lunch dog, again, telling us what to think. Coyote packs kill calves, too. That is less food for the hard core unemployable liberals that live in the city, and have nothing to do but control others and excrete socialist propaganda.
If the socialist useful idiots don’t leave us food producers along, he will be eating those pet dogs of his.

Steve
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Steve

If you don’t thin out the pack they will start invading neighborhoods. Killing small dogs and even some larger ones. They have also gotten bold enough to attack children. I personally like to turn there heads inside out with my .300 ultra mag. That’s my hunting technique.

Wild Bill
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Wild Bill

@ The free lunch useful idiot, so what you admire in your Husky, you abhor in people. You can not even think straight, yet you would control the lives of others.

Pat
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Pat

If your dog killed my cats, it would be a dead dog