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Not many coyote taken in Monmouth County, even less with a bow.
A friend got this one while deer hunting a few days back. Amazing how these critters are increasing in heavy populated areas, this one was near Shark River Park. My girlfriend lives in that area,on the Neptune/Wall boarder and they are heard howling quite often at night.

 
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I hear them howeling all time up where I hunt. Back in 2001 I had 2 of them around me, they kept chassing the deer, I tried to get a shot but they wouldn't stand still. I would say they would be 60/70 lbs. each
 
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They have been spotted up here in busy Bergen County, Teterboro Airport, Elmwood Park, Ramsey area, and I'm sure the Meadowlands is loaded with them
 

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Nice shot. I missed one this year with the bow. I had one howling last night near my house in Lincoln Park. I have heard them on and off up there.
 

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I have heard from I think from a taxidermist that when you hunt coyotes bring a big garbage bag with a box of flea & tick killer dumped inside. Put the carc [no swearing please] in and "shake & bake" before you handle it.

Thats fine for the bugs, but those things also stink. Maybe put some baking soda in also.
 

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10/1 thru 11/11, bow only
11/12 thru 2/20, bow & firearm, but need
special winter permit. New regulation, from 1/16 thru 2/20, must be calling and standing, must have calling device in possession
All coyotes must be reported to regional F&W office within 24hrs.
 
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