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From the wildlife code.

(3) Coyotes may be taken by hunting, and
pelts and carcasses may be possessed, transported
and sold in any numbers throughout
the year; except that coyotes may not be
chased, pursued or taken during daylight
hours from April 1 through the day prior to
the beginning of the prescribed spring turkey
hunting season and may not be chased, pursued
or taken through the prescribed spring
turkey hunting season.

(4) No furbearers may be chased, pursued or
taken during daylight hours with the aid of
dogs from November 1 through the prescribed
November portion of the firearms
deer hunting season, during the Antlerless
portion of the firearms deer hunting season in
counties open to deer hunting or with
firearms from a boat at night.

So, as I read this.... You can hunt coyotes from the close of the Spring turkey season, anytime day or night until April 1st. From April 1st to the day prior to the start of Spring Turkey season...... You can hunt them at night... And, once turkey season opens, they are off limits..... And you can't use dogs during the day, from 11/1 - throught firearms season, or during antlerless firearm deer season.

Anyone have a difference of Opinion?

[Edited on 12-10-2009 by callaojoe]
 

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nope pretty well sums it up to me,but i think they should let yah hunt them' if you have a turkey tag during turkey season to:D
 

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[rquote=1505425&tid=105012&author=coyotehunter]nope pretty well sums it up to me,but i think they should let yah hunt them' if you have a turkey tag during turkey season to:D[/rquote]

Yep, I might have broke that rule before...:whistle:
 

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I don't think you can hunt them at night. I know it is illegal to use a spot light, so I don't know how you could kill them at night.
 

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[rquote=1505428&tid=105012&author=skull stacker]I don't think you can hunt them at night. I know it is illegal to use a spot light, so I don't know how you could kill them at night.[/rquote]

I think you can spotlgiht and shoot yotes.
 

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sure yah can,full moon and snow pretty darn bright out
 

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(5) Wildlife, except raccoons or other
furbearing animals when treed with the aid of
dogs, may not be searched for, spotlighted,
located, harassed, or disturbed in any manner
with the aid of an artificial light, headlight,
or spotlight from any roadway, whether public
or private, or in any field, woodland, or
forest, by any person acting either singly or
as one of a group of persons. This section
shall not apply to the use of a light by a
landowner or lessee as defined by this Code
on property under his/her control.

Yote is a Furbearer

oops might be hard to tree a yote though...:shrug:

[Edited on 12-10-2009 by MellerAM]
 

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[rquote=1505429&tid=105012&author=MellerAM][rquote=1505428&tid=105012&author=skull stacker]I don't think you can hunt them at night. I know it is illegal to use a spot light, so I don't know how you could kill them at night.[/rquote]

I think you can spotlgiht and shoot yotes.[/rquote]

I'll find out for sure, and I like the Big Lebowski quote.

[Edited on 12/10/2009 by skull stacker]
 

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[rquote=1505425&tid=105012&author=coyotehunter]nope pretty well sums it up to me,but i think they should let yah hunt them' if you have a turkey tag during turkey season to:D[/rquote]

Right there with You! Hate to shoot one at prim time deer time :thinking: but sometimes it has to be done! They have ruined mor than one hunt for me in Turkey and if the were open it would have be the last hunt they broke up :whinging: could have shot one at 6 yards last year but :rules:
 
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