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Thread: Looking like coyote hunting contests are done for in MA

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    I understand wanton waste and actually agree with most of the regulations against this. I might have missed it but where did it say that most of the coyotes killed end up in the dump? If I did miss it I apologize. Si, what is next? Woodchuck hunting? Crow hunting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDK View Post
    I understand wanton waste and actually agree with most of the regulations against this. I might have missed it but where did it say that most of the coyotes killed end up in the dump? If I did miss it I apologize. Si, what is next? Woodchuck hunting? Crow hunting?

    “Hunters” openly opposed are a bigger enemy than the antis
    I can’t write to specifics on the Mass situation however the consensus among those against coyote contest and hunting coyotes widely claim animals taken are discarded without any type of use.
    Last edited by outdoorsman; 07-27-2019 at 08:13 AM. Reason: Fixed autocorrect words.
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