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#1 fishchile

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Posted December 15 2005 - 3:15 PM

Sent to me by a friend from NY.
BIG COYOTE New York State Record
WOW! How many deer do you figure this guy took down?
N.Y.S. D.E.C. game commission officer Robert Doe confirmed that this was indeed a new New York state record coyote. Its official weight was 115 pounds, it is a very large male and was shot this (2005) regular deer season just out side the town of Hilton. It has been spotted on several different occasions chasing deer & livestock, dogs, and cats.


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Posted December 15 2005 - 3:17 PM


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Originally posted by fishchile:
Sent to me by a friend from NY.
BIG COYOTE New York State Record
WOW! How many deer do you figure this guy took down?
N.Y.S. D.E.C. game commission officer Robert Doe confirmed that this was indeed a new New York state record coyote. Its official weight was 115 pounds, it is a very large male and was shot this (2005) regular deer season just out side the town of Hilton. It has been spotted on several different occasions chasing deer & livestock, dogs, and cats.




WOW...my cousin has one mounted from Va. and that monster dwarfs his.


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#3 canyondiver

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Posted December 15 2005 - 3:18 PM

I hear that Robert Doe guy is always passing the buck!!
That is the biggest coyote I have ever seen!
I wonder if we can get some material for flies


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#4 fishchile

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Posted December 15 2005 - 3:20 PM

My Uncle killed and brother has in a taxidermy shop a 65 pound male. I thought that was huge.
A coyote 110 pounds would not be nice around kids.


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#5 Knight771

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Posted December 15 2005 - 3:20 PM

Guys,
A 115 lb. coyote is a dangerous animal. That is bigger than most dogs. Looks like a wolf.


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Posted December 15 2005 - 3:22 PM

I hear coolerpup shot it because he thought it was his neighbors cat.


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Posted December 15 2005 - 3:25 PM


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Originally posted by TACKLE JUNKIE:
I hear coolerpup shot it because he thought it was his neighbors cat.


Good one TJ


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Posted December 15 2005 - 3:28 PM

No way that is a Coyote... Coydog for sure. They can get that big, and I wonder if the state will really give him the record.
Look at the face, no way!
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Posted December 15 2005 - 3:33 PM

That is way 2 big, must of been eating good.
I have only seen tiny ones before
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Posted December 15 2005 - 3:35 PM

Check Snopes. Last time I saw this, I did.
It's a wolf/dog hybrid. It was neutered. It was shot in PA, not NY. Conjecture was it was a pet that got loose.


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Posted December 15 2005 - 3:38 PM


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Originally posted by TACKLE JUNKIE:
I hear coolerpup shot it because he thought it was his neighbors cat.


MEOW.............BANG


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Posted December 15 2005 - 3:39 PM

man that sucker looks mean laying there dead
shoot it again


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Posted December 15 2005 - 3:43 PM

Times like this, I miss GOS. That photo would have been good for a three paragraph rant that included yotes, guns and damaged snarkleys.


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this has to be the most disrespectful and disgusting thread I've ever seen posted

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Posted December 15 2005 - 3:45 PM


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Originally posted by Vinny:
Check Snopes. Last time I saw this, I did.
It's a wolf/dog hybrid. It was neutered. It was shot in PA, not NY. Conjecture was it was a pet that got loose.



It looks more wolfen to me. What is Snopes? Does this mean I can relax when Turkey hunting now? I have had plenty of determined coyotes the last couple of years stalk me while calling fall birds. They can get pretty close prior to being detected and they always seem to approach from the rear or flank. The coyotes don't bother me, turn around look at them they generally run off for a bit. I know that would probably not be the case with the critter in the photo or a wolf.


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Posted December 15 2005 - 3:49 PM


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Originally posted by squidlips:
Times like this, I miss GOS. That photo would have been good for a three paragraph rant that included yotes, guns and damaged snarkleys.


I hear ya! I truly appreciated that man's rants.
Can we bring one back?


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