Electronic calls are illegal, i think.
I just snapped a pic of two coyotes on my trail cam in mercer county. I see fox every time im in the stand and id really like to take either species. What are the best times to go out for the coyote, and should i call, use bait, or both... I have some rabbit distress calls and an electronic caller. I didn't even know coyotes were in thispart
Not during the special permit season for coyotes.Electronic calls are illegal, i think.
They are illegal for deer.
I would rather have a moose hunter from Alaska than a jackass from Chicago
right now you can only hunt them .5 hour before sunrise to .5 hour after sunset. in januar you can hunt them at night with a special permitt. night is best time.
Well you know the time that the coyotes moved through. if that was the only time you got pics may be a long wait. If you call use a fawn distress mouth call. that way you may get a doe coming in or the yotes.
Thanks, they came in in the early evening. It was a couple days after i shot my buck so they might have been coming in on the gut pile....
Had one on my front lawn last year,live near Washingtons Crossing .There's been a few reported around Ewing Twp.Seen one by the airport years ago.
sit in your stand and deer hunt and when one comes by harvest it if you would like. no reason to anything other than deer hunt
You can't target Yotes until Nov. 10th. Yotes and Fox may be taken anytime while engaged in Deer hunting. There was an exception for 2 zones I think.
When all else fails..... call in an Airstrike
Stevo, I looked this up for a friend yesterday, page 62 in the compendium . . .
Coyote / Fox Season
Sept. 8 â€“ Nov. 9 but only in DMZs
open for early fall bow deer hunting;
otherwise Sept. 29 â€“ Nov. 9
Nov. 10 â€“ March 15 â€” Firearm or Bow
Jan. 1 â€“ March 15 â€” Special Permit Season
(Permit required with shot larger than #4 thru T sizes and/or nighttime
hunting and/or using a muzzleloader other than incidental to deer hunting)
The hours are also listed on that page.
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