T&PC knows keeping a trap in place while a coyote or other larger catch is pulling can be a perennial challenge. The solution can be found in Kishels Cable Stakes. T&PC likes these stakes for three main reasons: * Fast … [Read More]
The Edge Quiver Critter Predator Decoy is one of the best-selling products of its kind on the market. That’s because it’s simple to use, affordable and effective at bringing in coyotes. Lure coyotes in with the number one selling predator … [Read More]
“No” is the answer from Montana hunting guide George Wuerthner. In his column for New West, he asserts that predator hunting is a subsidy benefiting ranchers only. Instead, ranchers should practice other methods. From the column: Killing predators to appease … [Read More]
With rising coyote-human conflicts and even a young Canadian woman killed by coyotes in the last year, researchers are taking a closer look at the predator. The Eastern coyote is of even more interest as they are not native to … [Read More]
Following a fatal coyote attack in October 2009 and several other reports of aggressive coyotes since then, Nova Scotia officials have announced they will give trappers $20 for every coyote the trappers kill. Here are some additional details from the … [Read More]
The abundance of coyote-wolf hybrids in the wild is often discussed among trappers and predator callers. That discussion is especially interesting in the Northeast and Canada, where coyotes are generally larger and wolf populations exist. A recent story by Carola … [Read More]
This video from C-N Custom Processing shows step-by-step how to cleanly skin a coyote.
An Ohio resident got an interesting first-hand look at two coyotes chasing a deer in his backyard last week.
Dave Morelli offers a solution for a caller’s difficulties bringing in late-season ‘yotes. [Read More]
The Today Show featured a segment on coyote attacks recently: Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy Stories like this should help increase opportunities for trappers and predator callers.