Listening to the Wild: Hunting with a Guide and Making the Shot

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  • Coyote's avatar

    Never had anything like that happen to me. I have seen a partner shoot a coyote charging into the call (hand call) stand up and take 6 steps to get to the coyote. Says he shot in self defense 🤣

  • Kevin's avatar

    @Coyote haha thankfully no self defense here. Had 2 wolves come in & one didn’t make it back to the pack. Very exciting & fast. Was a 45yd shot through the thick pines

  • Coyote's avatar

    Ok that’s twice a comment on someone else’s post showed up in another. That would be fun going after a wolf. I figure it’s the same as coyote hunting.

  • John's avatar

    @Coyote not really… coyotes wont eat you if you miss…😳😳

  • Coyote's avatar

    Yes it does happen but generally since I have an encore with only one shot when I do pull the trigger I hit where I want. I have missed, every time was a clean miss except one, it was far back and I got a second shot to put it down for good. But much more often when I pull the trigger somethings dead.

  • Coyote's avatar

    @John yes I have missed But since my encore has only one shot, when I do pull the trigger, much more often than not something dies.

  • Kevin's avatar

    Yup

  • Kevin's avatar

    @John yup

  • John's avatar

    @Coyote if you miss a wolf, you just made him mad and went from hunter to the hunted….

  • Coyote's avatar

    @John if you say so, I have no idea cause I know nothing about it really other than I would do all the same things as I do coyote hunting. Missing a wolf makes him mad and wants to kill you? The loud bang don’t scare them and make them run off? That sounds fun to me.

  • John's avatar

    @Coyote no they dont scare, a wolf is a true apex predator, they are not scavengers like a coyote, a coyote is like a dog version of a opossom, a wolf actively hunts its food

  • Coyote's avatar

    @John coyotes are opportunists but they also actively hunt for food. I do understand the part about an apex predator don’t scare, makes perfect sense

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