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Older coyote trapping books? #6935145
07/19/20 01:27 PM
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What are some of the best and still available coyote trapping books?

Re: Older coyote trapping books? [Re: BuckeyeYote] #6935155
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Can't beat "Hoofbeats of a Wolfer" for pure coyote knowledge.

Re: Older coyote trapping books? [Re: BuckeyeYote] #6935307
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Iíve read hoofbeats a lot of times, very good for sure.

I know mast still has a book available as well as Carroll. Most are very hard to come by .

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