Coyote Hunting in Utah trickac | March 1, 2010 | Videos | 25 Comments A few Utah coyotes coming to the call. All killed with .17 Predator. Incoming search terms for the article:coyote hunting in utahutah coyote huntingcoyote hunting utahCOYOTE HUNTINGcoyote bounty utahUtah coyote bountyhunting coyotes in utahutah coyote bounty 2011where to hunt coyotes in utahcoyote bounty utah 2011 Related Posts Hunting and Calling Eastern Coyotes 9 Comments | Mar 4, 2010 Coyote Hunting in Upstate New York: Gaugler takes down a nice looking male coyote 10 Comments | Feb 28, 2010 The Great Hunt II No Comments | Mar 24, 2010 Coyote Hunting – Predator Hunting – Bucking The Odds 14 25 Comments | Feb 25, 2010 About The Author admin 25 Comments dranen22 March 1, 2010 a cryin baby actually works real good spiderman82pm March 1, 2010 SWEET!!! coyotekiller1989 March 1, 2010 I’d be glad to eliminate them for you. DaveAffleck March 1, 2010 No permit required, no season, no limit. You can hunt them 365 days a year. wolf05374 March 1, 2010 There are so many around where I live just North of Hwy 30 & 23 by Mendon. Do you need a permit to hunt them? I worry about my livestock, horse/ foal and chickens. VHOBSESSED78 March 1, 2010 .17HMR is for people who don’t have an enormous budget, or a tiny penis. PaPWPW March 1, 2010 17 hmr is for kids, boys and men use .223 rem or .17 rem jet or .17 predator or more, just my words. Pockets1989 March 1, 2010 grantsville there is a bounty on coyots i think it is about $25 a head Pockets1989 March 1, 2010 rabbit distress call trevorc980 March 1, 2010 Where do you go in southern utah, i’m in st george. and haven’t seen many coyotes while hunting for em. cyanspeaker March 1, 2010 good shot! what is that noise? sounds like a crying baby? snakesforever667 March 1, 2010 where do u go in utah DaveAffleck March 1, 2010 No, no, no… I’m using a .17 caliber CENTERFIRE. And a large one at that. Comparing it to the .17 HMR is like comparing a .220 Swift to the .22 Long Rifle rimfire. The rifle I’m using has more energy left at 600 yards than the HMR does at the muzzle. PseudoScienceb20 March 2, 2010 Wow. I’ve got a .17 HMR, and I wasn’t at all expecting those coyotes you shot to drop like a rock in the first round! Well done! Were you using 20 gr FMJ? Or 17 gr polymer tips? Burghy113 March 2, 2010 it says .17 cal in the description man:D midnightzander March 2, 2010 nice shooting wish i could go coyote hunting but only wight tail deer hunting.what gun did u use? elyk89 March 2, 2010 Nice Shooting windrivercountrykid March 2, 2010 DROP LIKE MAGGOTS!! skyepark7 March 2, 2010 Nice shooting. What part of Utah is that? I live in the Salt Lake area and hunt west of here. Now that the duck season is over I will probably get a little more coyote hunting in. Hyperwrx March 2, 2010 I recognize that noise… Foxpro much? LOL. I hunt coyotes 3 times a week here in AZ. have shot 27 so far this winter. Nice shots and good luck hunting in the future. DaveAffleck March 2, 2010 I go as often as I can. But that is usually only about twice a month. Wish I could go more! collins1982 March 2, 2010 good shooting man. how often do you go coyote hunting? Im a navajo indian on the rez and i like to hunt coyotes every chance i get. pay no mind to those hippies. potoduck March 2, 2010 Never criticize how another man hunts, so long as he’s doing it legally. For every coyote hunter YOU don’t like there’s someone who wants to outlaw your type of hunting. Remember that. Good video! lowpuller65 March 2, 2010 I have heard that before “True men dont shoot coyotes”. I am pretty sure it was on a PETA xmas card. The gopher was sacred to indians too. Cows are sacred to people in India but I love to eat them. What is cruel to one person is another persons entertainment. I dont know why people have to watch a hunting video then complain about it. killdog0078 March 2, 2010 Theres nother ol sayin out west here. probably as old as the old west. mt daddy tol it to me his daddy tol it to him and and so on and so forth. and it goes like this: mind yer own fookin business asshole.