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Coyote Hunting? Or any other predator hunting on Oregon coastal areas?

Discussion in 'Northwest Hunting' started by duckyherman, Sep 7, 2011.

  1. duckyherman

    duckyherman Spokane, WA Active Member

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    Just got back from Sandpoint, ID. (paradise in my book) amazing Coyote hunting there! Does anyone know of a good area on the Oregon coast where I can do this?
     
  2. tomcat

    tomcat oregon coast, coos bay Active Member

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    down by me on the beach or my ranch,, 2500 ACk of land.
     
  3. hsullyc

    hsullyc North coast,Nehalem,OR Member

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    Just got a foxpro and a good friend has a few hundred acres for me to try it out on.Let me know in the next couple weeks,we can go give it a try.
     
  4. Ironbar

    Ironbar Tigard, OR Well-Known Member

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    Coyote hunting is something I've wanted to try.
     
  5. tomcat

    tomcat oregon coast, coos bay Active Member

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    We need to start killing em on the coast there Geting
    Out of hand. Lots of guys hunt east Oregon it's easy over
    There ..harder here due to brush. But good thing here no one hunts
    Much here so thay will come in .. Easy if your set up right

    We have farm land and we are having a bad prob with em.
    Geting to the point of Geting a trapper..
     
  6. Ironbar

    Ironbar Tigard, OR Well-Known Member

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    Well, why not invite out some interested fellows from this forum to come take care of them for you?
     
  7. westcoastal

    westcoastal north coast of oregon Active Member

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    Yeah that sounds like a good time

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  8. duckyherman

    duckyherman Spokane, WA Active Member

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    What part of the coast are you at Tomcat? It would be interesting to scope out your property and see if we can find a few areas for a few good "Stands" and maby set something up!!
     
  9. tomcat

    tomcat oregon coast, coos bay Active Member

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    I'm in Reedsport the lands north of powers
     
  10. duckyherman

    duckyherman Spokane, WA Active Member

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    I know they are all over the place in the nehalem area! I seen one run across the road in Gold Beach.... It was 1am, but it was in a residential area. ( and no it was not a dog!! I know the difference!! Lol ) so that area has to be crawling with them!! We should go to eastern Oregon and trap about 50 of those wild pigs and cut them loose over here!! Get that population up so we have another legal "predator" to shoot at! Haha!
     
  11. hermannr

    hermannr Okanogan Highlands Well-Known Member

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    Oh Lord, you do NOT want wild Hogs anywhere near your farm. They are Distructive!!!!....one thing they do that could be considered good though, they will also root out the blackberry tangles.

    I know the Reedsport/Powers area, was a teenager N of Coos Bay...too far away now, but that can be some heavy stuff to hunt in down there.
     
  12. Mutt

    Mutt Washington, Kitsap County Member

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    So, what do you guys do with the coyote after you shoot them? I know many skin them and sell the hides. What do you guys do with the rest??
     
  13. duckyherman

    duckyherman Spokane, WA Active Member

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    Let them rot...
     
  14. hsullyc

    hsullyc North coast,Nehalem,OR Member

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    Crab bait...We hear people in the bay wondering what kind of bait we are using to get that many crab.When you say coyote they look at you like your nutts,or your pulling their leg.
     
  15. brandingo

    brandingo pacific city, oregon New Member

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    Any one want shoot a big mountain lion as well as coyotes? I got a 2 and 3 year old and a big cat at least 150lbs probably closer to 180+ was in my yard (2 1/2 acres) looking at the neighbors cow pasture. His property is behind mine and behind that is the mountains in which the cat came from. Im sure the neighbor would be happy to let the hunt begin. Every night i hear tons of coyotes on and around my property. I aslo just seen a wolf this morning and a huge bear track about a month ago. The mountain lion is my main concern. I live outside of pacific city. Let me know if anyone can help me out. Thanks. brandon87clark@yahoo.com
     
  16. miloy001

    miloy001 Tualatin, OR Member

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    Very interested in coyote hunting.
     
  17. Oregonhunter5

    Oregonhunter5 2C IDAHO Well-Known Member

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    Wolves on the coast? You sure?
     
  18. brandingo

    brandingo pacific city, oregon New Member

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    I know it sounds crazy.. Wolves on the coast but i know what i saw. Probably 3 times the size of a coyote. White with black/grey on back and some on sides.(grey wolf)
     
  19. Oregonhunter5

    Oregonhunter5 2C IDAHO Well-Known Member

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    Ow I believe ya. There everywhere else.
     
  20. xlsbob

    xlsbob coos county Platinum Supporter Platinum Supporter

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    I grew up in Powers, Reedsport to Powers covers a lot of ground, easy 70 miles. Sheep ranchers used to pay bounty on coyotes in the old days.