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  • Dec 13, 2016 :  Predator, Deer

    Wile-E May Be Killing Your Deer

    You would be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t agree with the fact that; “Coyotes are plentiful and their numbers are increasing almost everywhere throughout our country.” Their population boom east of the Mississippi during the past 40 years is especially impressive. Other predator numbers are also up throughout most of the country. No one likes the idea of coyotes managing their wildlife for them. Luckily there are a few things we can do to increase fawn survival rates and boost overall game species populations in general.
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  • Apr 01, 2016 :  Predator, How To, Turkey

    Trap and Remove Nest Predators and Use Controlled Burns to Increase Turkey Populations

    One of the most effective management tools for increasing turkey populations is the trapping and removal of nest predators. Trapping skunks, armadillos, raccoons, possums and coyotes is a very-important tool of wild-turkey management. These nest predators can have a really-big effect on how many turkey poults survive the spring nesting season. So, we highly recommend late winter/early spring trapping specifically for nest predators just prior to when hens begin to nest.
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  • Jul 07, 2015 :  Predator

    Mix Your Calls While Predator Hunting

    In the world of hunting, we as hunters are always looking for a new tactic or a new product that improves our success rate.  A few years back I began using a diaphragm call for howling coyotes. I began using this tactic with just a double reed diaphragm turkey call. It works. But, here recently I've started using diaphragms that are specifically made for calling predators.
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  • Jun 04, 2015 :  Predator, How To

    Use Predator Control to Remove Competition for the Wildlife Your Land Produces

    Early summer is a good time to rid your property of predators that detrimentally can impact many of your wildlife species. If you feel like predators are impacting the wildlife population on your land, talk with your county agent or wildlife department about getting nuisance permits for harvesting predators during the summer months.
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  • Mar 18, 2015 :  Predator, Turkey, ProStaff

    Tracy Groves on Whether or Not to Shoot Coyotes, Bobcats, Foxes and Other Predators During Turkey Season

    When you're calling turkeys, you're also calling predators. If I see a coyote or a bobcat coming in to my calling, and if I’m hunting in a state where harvesting coyotes and/or bobcats during turkey season is legal, I’ll shoot the predator and let the turkey go free. I know that I can come back to that same spot another day to hunt a turkey, and more than likely, I’ll harvest the turkey then. But that coyote will kill turkeys, eat turkey eggs and kill and eat young turkey poults. If he can find a hen sitting on a nest, he’ll kill and eat the hen and the eggs. Therefore, the turkey is much better off if I shoot the predator and hunt that turkey another day.
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