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Offline Sologeek

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Guided coyote Hunt
« on: March 11, 2019, 06:21:15 PM »
Anyone know of anybody doing guided coyote hunts around SW Washington or nearby? I'm in the Vancouver, WA area and I don't mind a reasonable drive to somewhere.  I'm in a spot in my life where I have the time to go hunting again and I would like to have someone show me the ropes on coyote hunting. I've gone a couple times now with no luck and I'm out of touch with what and were people are going and gear they are using.

I have read various posts and watched you-tube videos about coyote hunting. I learn best when I am hands on and can ask questions.

 Googling for "Guides" only brought up guides in Idaho or large game hunts. I like varmint hunting. If you know of / or are a knowledgeable guide for varmint / coyote hunting please let me know!

Thank you,


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Re: Guided coyote Hunt
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2019, 09:53:08 AM »
You might want to look into Arizona or Nevada if you want a guided hunt. I know that in Nevada you don't need a license and they have a lot of guides.

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Or just post here in hunt swaps and offer to cover gas/hotel.

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Re: Guided coyote Hunt
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2019, 10:53:01 AM »
Iíll take anyone with me during spring/ early summer as long as Iím not busy. Shoot, year before last we killed 4 or so on 4th of July morning. Really responsive then and it is the only time of the year proven to directly help the fawns. But Iím in Ferry county. Bit of a drive for ya
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Re: Guided coyote Hunt
« Reply #3 on: March 12, 2019, 11:18:14 AM »
Anyone know of anybody doing guided coyote hunts around SW Washington or nearby? I'm in the Vancouver, WA area and I don't mind a reasonable drive to somewhere.  I'm in a spot in my life where I have the time to go hunting again and I would like to have someone show me the ropes on coyote hunting. I've gone a couple times now with no luck and I'm out of touch with what and were people are going and gear they are using.

I have read various posts and watched you-tube videos about coyote hunting. I learn best when I am hands on and can ask questions.

 Googling for "Guides" only brought up guides in Idaho or large game hunts. I like varmint hunting. If you know of / or are a knowledgeable guide for varmint / coyote hunting please let me know!

Thank you,

I think Jarrod Gibbons up in Okanogan does some guided hunts. Well, i know he used to anyway.

Site still says they do.
http://okanoganvalleyguideservice.com/coyote-hunting/
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Re: Guided coyote Hunt
« Reply #4 on: March 13, 2019, 12:50:37 PM »
http://okanoganvalleyguideservice.com/coyote-hunting/

Used them a while back and it worked out well. Stayed in a nice, reasonably priced motel on US-97 for two nights and shopped at a great sporting-goods store a half mile mile away in Omak. Yes the drive was long, but we made that interesting with stops on the way.

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Re: Guided coyote Hunt
« Reply #5 on: March 13, 2019, 03:16:47 PM »
I've asked my buddies that I hunt with over here in E. Wash.  Waiting to see what they say. We take beer and Long John Silvers as payment.

In all seriousness, now's the time we settle down and let the yotes rest.  They're paired up and about to have litters.  We don't really get going until Oct. (Oct. - Feb.)  For us, we let them rear their young and wait till it cools down.  Sounds like others hunt in the summer - no thanks when it's 98F.  Ask again in Sept...good luck regardless!

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Re: Guided coyote Hunt
« Reply #6 on: March 13, 2019, 03:55:19 PM »
I've asked my buddies that I hunt with over here in E. Wash.  Waiting to see what they say. We take beer and Long John Silvers as payment.

In all seriousness, now's the time we settle down and let the yotes rest.  They're paired up and about to have litters.  We don't really get going until Oct. (Oct. - Feb.)  For us, we let them rear their young and wait till it cools down.  Sounds like others hunt in the summer - no thanks when it's 98F.  Ask again in Sept...good luck regardless!
Between now and may is the best time to hunt the yotes. You can take out eight with one shot

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Re: Guided coyote Hunt
« Reply #7 on: March 13, 2019, 08:30:55 PM »
My record is 2 with one shot. Whole litter was hanging out outside the den opening! Yeah the fur prices are good but with how many predators we have Iíll lay em down as much as I can while the calling is easy. Shorts, T-shirtís and shotguns!
May my presence go unnoticed, may my shot be true, may the blood trail be short.

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Re: Guided coyote Hunt
« Reply #8 on: April 05, 2019, 06:37:40 AM »
I live up in Okanogan and hunt for coyots alittle during mid summer, and once deer season is over I go a lot.  If you wanna go on a thermal hunt I can take ya out.  I hunt from Okanogan to Grand coulee to Royal city. PM me is your interested. 

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Re: Guided coyote Hunt
« Reply #9 on: April 11, 2019, 01:10:12 PM »
In my opinion I would wait til the fur season rolls around.  :twocents:

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Re: Guided coyote Hunt
« Reply #10 on: July 14, 2019, 05:18:02 PM »
Iíll take anyone with me during spring/ early summer as long as Iím not busy. Shoot, year before last we killed 4 or so on 4th of July morning. Really responsive then and it is the only time of the year proven to directly help the fawns. But Iím in Ferry county. Bit of a drive for ya
..Will have to take you up on that..very interested

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Re: Guided coyote Hunt
« Reply #11 on: August 23, 2019, 06:04:43 AM »
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Re: Guided coyote Hunt
« Reply #12 on: August 23, 2019, 06:39:10 PM »
 :) Jerry  Malbeck, will take you and he is a kind and patient person who will not yell at you, make you go all day with no lunch, or make you walk miles. He won't laugh if you miss either. 
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Re: Guided coyote Hunt
« Reply #13 on: August 24, 2019, 07:31:43 AM »
Howdy Carl.I dont do guided hunts anymore.Maybe two or three a year if I think I like the person  :chuckle: And they can talk me into it. Over the years I found that a lot of would be callers are not really interested in learning the fine details of how to set up a stand, approach,and all the things that make a successful set.Most just want to kill Coyotes.90% of the time I can make it happen but calling is hunting and sometimes it just doesn't.Then I feel obligated to provide a second hunt at no charge. I am semi retired now and more then ever value my time and abilities.I have always been a solo caller and prefer to hunt that way.I appreciate the kind words Carl, Throughout the years you have always been a good friend and I value that BUT most of what you posted is incorrect and you know that#1. I am not kind and patient,#2.I will not yell at you (until we get back to the truck),#3.Bring your own food or starve to death I am not your Momma,#4.If you can't walk for miles you need to get in shape or give up calling.And if you miss revert to #2. We need to get together one of these days and have some fun.I plan on getting after them come september.Take care and know you are always welcome on my stand. :tup:
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Re: Guided coyote Hunt
« Reply #14 on: August 24, 2019, 10:46:38 AM »
Jerry,

Iíve heard a lot about you and Iíd love to get together and hunt with you someday.  I am always wanting to learn new things about how to call coyots.  We have a mutual friend, Jim Kennedy.  Yes we are nightwalkers, lol.  I have a fair bit of private property to hunt and am always finding new properties to hunt also. If you ever wanna go, feel free to PM me.   I live in Okanogan and travel all over to kill um at night. 
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