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Michael Shaw of Westchester County headed to the woods early one morning in hopes of coming face to face with a mature whitetail. As day broke Mike noticed some movement in a nearby field and to his amazement, it was a pack of five coyotes.

One of the coyotes broke off the pack and headed right towards Mike’s stand. As the coyote came within 25 yards, Mike drew back and sent his Rage broadhead right through the coyote’s boiler room. After the dog hit the ground Mike looked up and couldn’t believe his eyes. The other four coyotes ran in and started circling Mike’s tree as to taunt him for killing one of their pack. This went on for over twenty-five minutes before they decided to run off.

After making sure the coyotes left for good, Mike climbed down out of his tree to retrieve his trophy. A gorgeous forty five-pound coyote laid steps away. It’s a great trophy and not many people can say the arrowed a coyote. It’s definitely something to be proud of. Congrats to Mike on a great coyote and great story.

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Coyote Hunting

Coyote Hunting

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A few of us from Team NYB went out to the woods early this morning in the 4-degree weather to try and call some coyotes in. We had two rifles, a shotgun, a bow, and our camera equipment. There were tracks everywhere and the cottontail calls and fawn distress calls did little for us.

It was fun to get out there though and just be back in the woods. Deer season is a long way off and it will be nice to get back out there once the snow melts and see if we can find some sheds and try our luck again at some predator hunting.

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