Pair Of Coyotes Run Through A Field & Line Up Perfectly For The 2-For-1 Shot

Coyote hunting


The old 2-for-1 shot is a hunter’s dream. It takes the skill and knowledge to know when it is perfectly lined up, and the luck to get in that situation.

Coyotes are a member of the canine family and are found throughout North America. They are typically smaller than wolves and larger than foxes, weighing anywhere from 20-50 pounds and stand about 2-3 feet tall at the shoulder.

Coyotes are opportunistic feeders and will eat almost anything they can find. Their diet consists of small mammals, such as rabbits, rodents, and squirrels and almost anything else they can get ahold of.

In some areas, coyotes are considered a pest because of their impact on livestock and pets. High populations can also cause other game animal populations to plummet.

There are several methods used to control coyote populations, including trapping, hunting and using deterrents such as noise or scent. The most effective methods are by reducing the population and keeping in at a manageable level.

This man was out for a coyote hunt when he got onto a couple of dogs. The pair is seen running through a field as the man calls to them using an injured animal call.

The dogs slow down and stop right in front of each other as they look back at the hunter.

Lined up perfectly, the hunter takes the shot and drops them both in their tracks.

What. A. Shot.

This is how you control predators for as cheap as possible… save ammo and take one shot.

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