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Re: Coyote book [Re: red mt] #7377898
10/12/21 11:22 PM
10/12/21 11:22 PM
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Originally Posted by red mt
All it matters you got something out of any book


Imo OG writes over a lot folks head
It would be a better book for a lot folks if they would read it after about 10 years chasing coyotes first.


Eveyone I talked to who doesn't like his books ends but being the kinda person who just wants and real quick all you gotta do is type of thing is what I've seen


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Re: Coyote book [Re: Wolfdog91] #7378058
10/13/21 08:39 AM
10/13/21 08:39 AM
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Kentucky
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Originally Posted by Wolfdog91
Originally Posted by red mt
All it matters you got something out of any book


Imo OG writes over a lot folks head
It would be a better book for a lot folks if they would read it after about 10 years chasing coyotes first.


Eveyone I talked to who doesn't like his books ends but being the kinda person who just wants and real quick all you gotta do is type of thing is what I've seen

Wolfie, you been hanging around coonman220? grin


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Re: Coyote book [Re: FDChief] #7378144
10/13/21 10:15 AM
10/13/21 10:15 AM
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central arkansas
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^^^^lol

I wouldnt mind readin OG's book, but i am always too late for a deal. I would like to read it before i purchase.


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Re: Coyote book [Re: the Blak Spot] #7378172
10/13/21 10:46 AM
10/13/21 10:46 AM
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Nebraska
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Originally Posted by the Blak Spot
^^^^lol

I wouldnt mind readin OG's book, but i am always too late for a deal. I would like to read it before i purchase.


I've read it. He talks in circles with an inflated view of his trapping abilities. So it takes up twice as many pages to get to the point. He's real obscure on certain things so you'll buy his updates. Not trying to take anything away from the guy. I've never met him in person and probably is a good guy but his style isn't for me.

Re: Coyote book [Re: ND FTA] #7378376
10/13/21 04:22 PM
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Minnesota
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Originally Posted by ND FTA
Outstanding first book for beginners.
[Linked Image]

The GOLD standard
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A great book and a very pleasant surprise. For beginners along with tips and refreshers for experience trappers.
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I just finished reading the Mark June book

Re: Coyote book [Re: FDChief] #7378398
10/13/21 04:59 PM
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I'm a huge fan of Master Wolfer by James Lucero.


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Re: Coyote book [Re: silkyplainscoyot] #7378400
10/13/21 05:02 PM
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I just got the Mark June book. I also have the Dobbins book, land sets and trapping techniques. This could be a dumb question but is wolf trapping similar to coyote? I heard about that Lucero book yesterday and I was wondering if itís a good read or if it is good for general trapping knowledge. New to trapping/ the site and Iím trying to get all the info I can. Thanks!

Last edited by SeeEmSwans; 10/13/21 05:04 PM.

I like to think of it as land fishing..

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Re: Coyote book [Re: FDChief] #7378681
10/13/21 11:06 PM
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Lucero, June, Dobbins, Boddikers books on yotes. You cant go wrong with any of these authors


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Re: Coyote book [Re: FDChief] #7378682
10/13/21 11:07 PM
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Silky, thanks for that insight on the OG book


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Re: Coyote book [Re: the Blak Spot] #7378691
10/13/21 11:32 PM
10/13/21 11:32 PM
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Nebraska
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Originally Posted by the Blak Spot
Silky, thanks for that insight on the OG book


Not trying to dissuade you from reading it. That was just my opinion. You'll have to form you own when you get a chance to read it. If you've read the books you stated in the reply above I don't think you'll find OG anything spectacular.

Re: Coyote book [Re: The Beav] #7378698
10/14/21 12:19 AM
10/14/21 12:19 AM
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Originally Posted by The Beav
I'm a huge fan of Master Wolfer by James Lucero.


X 2. Changed the way I think about sets and killed a pile of yotes.




I'm itchin' to see a coyote twitchin'.

More trappin' and less yappin'.



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Re: Coyote book [Re: FDChief] #7378773
10/14/21 06:30 AM
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If you're in the east. Locklears "eastern wolfer" is good


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Re: Coyote book [Re: FDChief] #7379479
10/15/21 04:55 AM
10/15/21 04:55 AM
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Alabama
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Fleming Traps has the Kyle Kaatz book on sale right now.
https://m.flemingtraps.com/black-book-of-coyote-trapping.html

Re: Coyote book [Re: FDChief] #7390589
10/28/21 10:32 AM
10/28/21 10:32 AM
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SO. central Kansas
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"One Square Mile" by Ed Schneider is a good one that should be added to the list.

Re: Coyote book [Re: FDChief] #7394391
11/02/21 12:06 AM
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x2 on One Square Mile and the others mentioned. Something different in all of them that makes them worth the investment. Start a library with these and keep adding then keep notes and learn from what you experience with the techniques of others..


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Re: Coyote book [Re: HOYT archery] #7394832
11/02/21 02:17 PM
11/02/21 02:17 PM
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Oklahoma
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Originally Posted by HOYT archery
"One Square Mile" by Ed Schneider is a good one that should be added to the list.


Agree! And his Proven Methods from Kansas book is really good.

Mark June's book is excellent also.


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Re: Coyote book [Re: FDChief] #7397792
11/05/21 09:10 PM
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I really like the Scott Welch book too!

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