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Killed a coyote with a bow?

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Re: Who has killed a coyote with a bow?

Postby cbniner » Sun Dec 20, 2015 6:37 am

gut shot for all coyotes, don't want them dying near the stand and they don't deserve a fast death, please argue, cause you're wrong, the coyote has very little economic worth and that's all Americans care about, so please argue the value of the coyote

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Re: Who has killed a coyote with a bow?

Postby Stanley » Sun Dec 20, 2015 7:12 am

cbniner wrote:gut shot for all coyotes, don't want them dying near the stand and they don't deserve a fast death, please argue, cause you're wrong, the coyote has very little economic worth and that's all Americans care about, so please argue the value of the coyote

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How many you gut shot with a bow? The yotes keep the mice populations down, they are tremendous scavengers keeping the woods cleaned up of carcasses. They weed out the weak animals in an area. They produce scat in areas for the benefit of plant life. They are a great benefit to the Ecological and environmental system. They are a great source of entertainment for those that hunt them. I have listed a few thing they have of value. What makes you correct and others that appreciate them in different ways incorrect? Just asking?
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Re: Who has killed a coyote with a bow?

Postby johndeere506 » Sun Dec 20, 2015 7:14 am

You may think they are worthless but no animal deserves to suffer by choice. You are the human. You can do better than that.

Your comment is pretty terrible.

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Re: Who has killed a coyote with a bow?

Postby Spysar » Sun Dec 20, 2015 7:15 am

cbniner wrote:gut shot for all coyotes, don't want them dying near the stand and they don't deserve a fast death, please argue, cause you're wrong, the coyote has very little economic worth and that's all Americans care about, so please argue the value of the coyote

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You don't deserve to call your self a bowhunter....
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Re: Who has killed a coyote with a bow?

Postby whitetailassasin » Sun Dec 20, 2015 7:37 am

Spysar wrote:
cbniner wrote:gut shot for all coyotes, don't want them dying near the stand and they don't deserve a fast death, please argue, cause you're wrong, the coyote has very little economic worth and that's all Americans care about, so please argue the value of the coyote

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You don't deserve to call your self a bowhunter....


I absolutely agree with this statement. You owe everything you intend to kill a quick clean death. Being humane about life and how to take it says a lot about a hunter to me. Your the very reason good hunters have a bad name with organizations like PETA have ammunition against us. I hope a mod deletes your comment and you have a serious reflection moment bud!!

Back to your post, I've drawn once but got busted. So no for me.

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Re: Who has killed a coyote with a bow?

Postby burkhart » Sun Dec 20, 2015 7:55 am

Stanley wrote:
cbniner wrote:gut shot for all coyotes, don't want them dying near the stand and they don't deserve a fast death, please argue, cause you're wrong, the coyote has very little economic worth and that's all Americans care about, so please argue the value of the coyote

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How many you gut shot with a bow? The yotes keep the mice populations down, they are tremendous scavengers keeping the woods cleaned up of carcasses. They weed out the weak animals in an area. They produce scat in areas for the benefit of plant life. They are a great benefit to the Ecological and environmental system. They are a great source of entertainment for those that hunt them. I have listed a few thing they have of value. What makes you correct and others that appreciate them in different ways incorrect? Just asking?


I agree with Stanley all creatures serve a purpose. They are natures vaccum cleaners and help regulate the ecosystem. We may not like them but they are essential to a healthy habitat.

And to gut shot them on purpose is distasteful. They are doing what comes natural to them and to be giving a painful death is unjust to a creature. Regardless of your personal feelings.

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Re: Who has killed a coyote with a bow?

Postby Spysar » Sun Dec 20, 2015 8:50 am

Has anyone killed a yote while hunting for yote with a bow? Or all kills incidental while deer hunting?
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Re: Who has killed a coyote with a bow?

Postby Buckshot20 » Sun Dec 20, 2015 8:55 am

All by accident for me.

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Re: Who has killed a coyote with a bow?

Postby dan » Sun Dec 20, 2015 9:56 am

I have a lot of respect for coyotes... Not much for humans... ;)

Coyotes are great creatures that take out the weak and improve the herd. I like to see them kept in check, but really, thats not something a mere hunter can do...

It sickens me to hear anyone talk about gut shooting an animal on purpose. I love animals... All hunters should, and should respect the fact that each creature was formed for a purpose, to fill a need.
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Re: Who has killed a coyote with a bow?

Postby Swampbuck » Sun Dec 20, 2015 9:59 am

cbniner wrote:gut shot for all coyotes, don't want them dying near the stand and they don't deserve a fast death, please argue, cause you're wrong, the coyote has very little economic worth and that's all Americans care about, so please argue the value of the coyote

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Regardless of thier "worth" to intentionally cause anything to suffer is a bit demented.

Seems you are really just trying to get a rise from people though. Which, is also a bit, well.....

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Re: Who has killed a coyote with a bow?

Postby Stanley » Sun Dec 20, 2015 10:31 am

I've killed 3 on deer stand. Haven't killed one in a few years now.
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Re: Who has killed a coyote with a bow?

Postby Robert » Sun Dec 20, 2015 11:09 am

One while deer hunting. Peak of the rut,doe just comes flying in thought a buck was chasing her, no. Coyote, got him though.

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Re: Who has killed a coyote with a bow?

Postby DeerDylan » Sun Dec 20, 2015 11:54 am

cbniner wrote:gut shot for all coyotes, don't want them dying near the stand and they don't deserve a fast death, please argue, cause you're wrong, the coyote has very little economic worth and that's all Americans care about, so please argue the value of the coyote

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I finally had a perfect wide open 13 yard shot at one on Nov. 7th. I drew back, he stopped and I let down cause I knew I didn't want to pay to get anything done with it nor did I want to just shoot something for being a predator....

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Re: Who has killed a coyote with a bow?

Postby DEERSLAYER » Sun Dec 20, 2015 11:59 am

cbniner wrote:gut shot for all coyotes, don't want them dying near the stand and they don't deserve a fast death, please argue, cause you're wrong, the coyote has very little economic worth and that's all Americans care about, so please argue the value of the coyote

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Coyotes don't deserve the very painful slow death you think they do. They are like most mammals. Born innocent, playful, loving, etc. They learn to use the instincts and tools they are born with to become the way they are because they must to survive. They don't understand the amount of pain and fear they cause and they don't "deserve" to. They had no choice in being created and being born into the world. Also, the economic worth has absolutely no bearing on the value of any life. No living thing deserves to suffer because of what they are.

I have had the misfortune of going through some extremely painful experiences that, along with what science has learned and my own observations of animals, has allowed me to relate to some of the pain humans cause animals and it has really opened my eyes. Not to trivialize what you or anyone else has ever experienced or to suggest nobody else has went through as much or more than I have, but I have little doubt that if you had experienced what I have and learned what I have in relation to what science knows (& how) about what animals are capeable of feeling you would never feel the way you do ever again.

So your post not only suggests a lack of the ethics/morals that is expected of all hunters, but also a (understandable) lack of understanding about what you are talking about doing to a coyote or any other animal.
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Re: Who has killed a coyote with a bow?

Postby GRUD » Sun Dec 20, 2015 12:12 pm

I have killed quite a few over the years. My most memorable was killed while stalking through a standing corn field with a fresh show. As I stalked crossrow I saw a yote stop one row behind me. I drew and leaned back in the previous row I just crossed and launched an arrow. Drilled it and when I walked it off it was a 37 yard shot. No idea if I even used a pin! When I found the yote he arrow went through its neck. It was still alive and tried to bite me!

Last time I checked a coyote was worth about 8 bucks.

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