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Old February 20, 2000, 09:05 PM   #1
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Join Date: January 3, 2000
Location: Mills County, IA
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This only seems to work out once a year or so, and last night was one of those. It's when the moon is full plus or minus a couple of days, we have a fresh snow cover, and the skies are clear. It was crystal last night.

I've got a place about 1/4 mile from my house out in the middle of a pasture overlooking 400+ yards of open ground. I slipped out there about midnight with my coyote call and .270. After only about 3 minutes of calling I had 2 racing in to get that bunny first. I love it when you get 2 coming at once, they lose all instincts it seems. I was able to see them perfectly through my Leupold. They came to within about 40 yards, and still coming hard when the first met up with a 130gr. psp. The other turned tail and never stopped till he hit the timber.

I was able to pull this off once last winter also. If you ever get the chance even if your not hunting this is a real rush. I'd check on the legalities first though.

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