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ARTICLE from the Summer 2010 Issue

Sympathy For Coyotes - Trapper-Style


This photo came off of a trapping forum.

It came with the caption: “only coyo I ever felt sorry for” and elicited the comments below:

Re: only coyo i ever felt sorry for
Post by musher on Dec 26, 2009, 7:46am

Drifting snow packs real hard. It can also get into the fur depending on the wind. add that to an excited/overheated animal and hypothermia is a killer.

I’ve had reds 100% under the snow until they popped out at my approach. They were dry and healthy as heck. but it was not drifting snow.

Re: only coyo i ever felt sorry for
Post by bobwendt on Dec 26, 2009, 8:14am

here in the swamps, they get typically a big rain and mud to death, then front comes thru and animal dead before first flake ever falls.

Re: only coyo i ever felt sorry for
Post by ksboy99 on Dec 26, 2009, 8:37am

bob... that is exactly what happened... 1.5 inches of rain and temps in the low 50’s then sudden drop in temperature and high wind from nw... dropped to 25 degrees and blew snow like mad... he was wet from mudding and then the storm hit... poor buggar

Re: only coyo i ever felt sorry for
Post by bobwendt on Dec 26, 2009, 9:14am

that and a set in plowed or dsisc dirt, and bye bye coyote.

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