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October 16, 2013 at 12:44 am #6428
Hello all. I have never hunted coyote before and want to start. The areas I’m interested in are Spokane and Pullman. My focus is coyotes, however it would be great to find someplace I could hunt coyotes, grouse, cotton-tail and snow-shoe hare.
Any suggestions about where to hunt or how to find places to hunt will be appreciated.
Also, what do people do with the carcass? I would like to put it to some use rather than leave it lying or putting in trash.October 18, 2013 at 10:54 am #7132
I have not hunted those areas so i am not too familiar with where to hunt over there. I am sure there is public land you can find maps for.
You could always try to find some farmers out there and knock on the door. Some of them would be happy to have someone take out a few song dogs especially if they have live stock.
I do know that you can get $10-15 a hide if you find the right person and the hide is in good condition. you could always use the carcass to lure in more coyotes.October 18, 2013 at 11:13 am #7136
I just wanted to pop in and say welcome to the WA forum.
I don’t have any advice to offer on coyote hunting, but josborne28′s advice seems pretty sound.
We haven’t had too many members from the east side post here recently. In fact, most haven’t been here in some time.
Luvtohunt lives near Ellensburg, but seems to know a lot about the east side in general. He rarely checks in here, but I’ll let him know you’re looking for coyote info. I’m sure he’ll chime in if he has anything for ya’.October 21, 2013 at 11:30 pm #7333
Thanks for the welcome and suggestions. It’s been a long time since I knocked farmers doors. Hopefully they are more open to coyotes than they are to deer. A few farmers actually shot at us!October 23, 2013 at 11:57 am #7470
You should get some tips from JRobotkay on here. Ive seen him get access every time knocking on a door. not sure how he does it but it works.October 25, 2013 at 9:35 am #7620
How far would you be willing to travel as well? I dot some Coyote hunting on the east side of the mountains a few times a yearOctober 28, 2013 at 2:51 pm #8014
Some farmers down that way are more fine to deal with as long as you aren’t a deer hunter. I hunt coyotes from Springdale to St John and don’t get into many issues from getting premission.November 21, 2013 at 10:11 pm #9339
some of that door knocking magic would be nice! I’m trying to keep it as close to Pullman and Spokane as possible. I want to go hunt after work near Pullman before the “heat” of the day is gone. I also want to hunt around Spokane on my days off. Basically, I want to keep it as low cost and convenient as possible while funds are tight and I get some experience.
Good to know. Any tips about coyotes? I want to hunt night, because it’s the only thing I can hunt after work with sunset so early. I also want to hunt them during the luxury of daylight on days off.
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