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#1 458socom317

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Posted 31 December 2012 - 04:28 PM

Hi my name is Tim I'm new to coyote hunting I'm looking for some were to hunt any suggestions

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Posted 31 December 2012 - 04:30 PM

Outside !

 

Sorry Tim !

Welcome to the forum 458socom317

 

Where do you live ?


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Posted 31 December 2012 - 06:16 PM

Welcome to the site Tim ! Like Don said where do you live ? If you have any specific questions ask away.

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Posted 01 January 2013 - 04:55 PM

Southern indiana lake monroe area

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Posted 01 January 2013 - 05:01 PM

I know there are guys from Indiana on here maybe they will post something. I dont know your country but if there are any farms close by, maybe talk to the owners and see if they are having any coyote peoblems or know any that are.


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Posted 10 January 2013 - 07:28 AM

Try checking with local land developers I've had luck with them around my neck of the woods everyone has asked to hunt all the private farms already so I went to the court house and got myself a plat map and checked with developers in the area no one seems to ask them and most don't mind with a liability waver signed.

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Posted 20 February 2013 - 09:07 AM

I'm from Greene county Indiana there are several public land locations around this area.

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Posted 20 February 2013 - 09:50 AM

Public land will get your stated but, if you want to hunt on a regular basis, there is no avoiding asking land owners.   Public ground is often the first place new hunters go and the first place veterans go after they run out of private land.

 

Mead88 gave you some great advice.  Also you might try your counties website.  Some counties have interactive tax maps that allow point and click parcel identification.  Take a ride around with your map.  When you come across a place you want to hunt.  Refer to your you map and find who owns it.

 

I highly recommend using the search feature on Predator Talk.  (top right of the page)  You will find several threads with helpful tips and motivation for asking land owners permission.  Asking permission is awkward at first but, it becomes much easier the more you do it.  If you spend the time reading the tips on Predator Talk you will be more prepared which will help reduce some of the first time anxieties.   Also it will make you much more likely go get a YES!  

 

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Posted 23 February 2013 - 07:31 AM

Public land will get your stated but, if you want to hunt on a regular basis, there is no avoiding asking land owners. Public ground is often the first place new hunters go and the first place veterans go after they run out of private land.

Mead88 gave you some great advice. Also you might try your counties website. Some counties have interactive tax maps that allow point and click parcel identification. Take a ride around with your map. When you come across a place you want to hunt. Refer to your you map and find who owns it.

I highly recommend using the search feature on Predator Talk. (top right of the page) You will find several threads with helpful tips and motivation for asking land owners permission. Asking permission is awkward at first but, it becomes much easier the more you do it. If you spend the time reading the tips on Predator Talk you will be more prepared which will help reduce some of the first time anxieties. Also it will make you much more likely go get a YES!

Good Luck and Welcome to PT!

I was looking for something on here about asking permission but I haven't found much. About the only thing I have found is to ask after deer season which you pretty well have to around here everyone deer hunts.




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