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hunting coyotes at night by spot light

Posted: Tue Dec 31, 2013 9:07 pm
by tcshy
I was wondering if legislation was passed to hunt coyotes at night with spot lights in KY?

Re: hunting coyotes at night by spot light

Posted: Tue Dec 31, 2013 10:52 pm
by MasonKane Kennels
I'm no game warden, but I think it has. Shotgun only at night though.

Re: hunting coyotes at night by spot light

Posted: Tue Dec 23, 2014 8:42 pm
by Big Oak Beagles
Just a bit of info about coyote hunting,Here in the state of North Carolina,our genius wildlife resources commission spent truck loads of money to transplant wild turkeys and waterfowl research,raising taxes on hunting license and equipment.then turned around and brought in coyote that have multiplied like crazy.What we're they thinking?We have seen the bird,rabbit,squirrel,deer,coon, and mink population suffer because of this.So for the sake of your state's small game population,you should protest any limitations or closed seasons on coyote hunting.I hope y'all don't end up with the problem we have here!

Re: hunting coyotes at night by spot light

Posted: Mon Jul 31, 2017 1:07 pm
by likeemfast
Stupid is as stupid does. Seems NC is as big a dumb :moon: as PA was years ago.

I got a kick outta this one this year while getting our licenses. Now in PA if you wanna shoot a put-n-take pheasant you have to buy a $20 stamp to do so. You have to pay $20 to shoot a bird that most of the time does not even fly, you can drive around and shoot them squatted on a dirt road. Pay $20 to shoot a bird that they let go the night before the season so they all don't get run over on the highways looking for their pen they came outta. Best part is so-called Sportsmen go after them and call it hunting.

Re: hunting coyotes at night by spot light

Posted: Mon Jul 31, 2017 10:02 pm
by bear128
Maryland also

Re: hunting coyotes at night by spot light

Posted: Tue Aug 01, 2017 9:12 pm
by Shady Grove Beagles
I was hunting these kind of pheasants 50 years ago in Massachusetts when I was teenager. The WMA's where the state released the birds were known as the "chicken farms".
I had a pretty darn good Retriever back then and many times he would retrieve live birds and bring them back to me that refused to fly.