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« on: April 01, 2020, 05:54:05 AM »
Starting this May, 2020 we will be offering guided thermal night hunts for coyots. Please feel free to message me for more information. Thank you
« Last Edit: April 01, 2020, 06:35:14 AM by Woodchuck »
We provide a service to cattle ranchers year around that have problem coyotes.  We also provide guided night hunts year around.  We sell Night Vision and Thermal scopes.  The optics we use are the Pulsar XP50 Trails and Pulsar XP50 Helion Monocular.

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Re: Thermal Predator Control, Okanogan WA LOGO
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2020, 06:47:28 AM »
Not that I really care about wolves, but what happens if you shoot a wolf or bear during a closed season?
Can you actually differentiate the Thermal images to assure that your not shooting somebodies dog?
Just a question and not a judgement.
Rob.

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Re: Thermal Predator Control, Okanogan WA LOGO
« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2020, 07:07:11 AM »
Not that I really care about wolves, but what happens if you shoot a wolf or bear during a closed season?
Can you actually differentiate the Thermal images to assure that your not shooting somebodies dog?
Just a question and not a judgement.
Rob.
Thermal is actually quite clear, it’s not just a light colored blob you are shooting at you can see a detailed image

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« Reply #3 on: April 01, 2020, 07:22:44 AM »
Not that I really care about wolves, but what happens if you shoot a wolf or bear during a closed season?
Can you actually differentiate the Thermal images to assure that your not shooting somebodies dog?
Just a question and not a judgement.
Rob.

Good question,  I’ve never called in a wolf or bear yet.  First of all, shooting a wolf is illegal in the state of Washington, unless you live on the Colville reservation and have a tag.   

As far as identifying your objective target, the “coyote” there are many mannerisms that the coyote makes to easily ID them.  For a novice thermal hunter it may be difficult at first but the thermals we use are very clear.  A good rule of thumb we abide by is if your unsure, don’t shoot. 

« Last Edit: April 01, 2020, 01:33:05 PM by Thermal Predator Control »
We provide a service to cattle ranchers year around that have problem coyotes.  We also provide guided night hunts year around.  We sell Night Vision and Thermal scopes.  The optics we use are the Pulsar XP50 Trails and Pulsar XP50 Helion Monocular.

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Re: Thermal Predator Control, Okanogan WA LOGO
« Reply #4 on: April 01, 2020, 07:24:29 AM »
 :tup: Cool logo.

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Re: Thermal Predator Control, Okanogan WA LOGO
« Reply #5 on: April 01, 2020, 07:27:44 AM »
So if a guy owned a chunk of land that had coyotes on it could he do a guided hunt on his own land?  I would be interested to know the cost for something like that if it is an option.  PM me if you want.
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« Reply #6 on: April 01, 2020, 07:28:55 AM »
Not that I really care about wolves, but what happens if you shoot a wolf or bear during a closed season?
Can you actually differentiate the Thermal images to assure that your not shooting somebodies dog?
Just a question and not a judgement.
Rob.
This is a 150yard shot

We provide a service to cattle ranchers year around that have problem coyotes.  We also provide guided night hunts year around.  We sell Night Vision and Thermal scopes.  The optics we use are the Pulsar XP50 Trails and Pulsar XP50 Helion Monocular.

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Re: Thermal Predator Control, Okanogan WA LOGO
« Reply #7 on: April 01, 2020, 09:00:26 AM »
That's a great logo. 
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Re: Thermal Predator Control, Okanogan WA LOGO
« Reply #8 on: April 01, 2020, 12:16:48 PM »
Not that I really care about wolves, but what happens if you shoot a wolf or bear during a closed season?
Can you actually differentiate the Thermal images to assure that your not shooting somebodies dog?
Just a question and not a judgement.
Rob.

Good question,  I’ve never called in a wolf or bear yet.  First of all, shooting a wolf is illegal in the state of Washington, unless you live on the Colville reservation and have a tag.  Cattle ranchers that don’t live on the reservation are not even aloud to shoot a wolf even if there eating a calf right in front of them. 

As far as identifying your objective target, the “coyote” there are many mannerisms that the coyote makes to easily ID them.  For a novice thermal hunter it may be difficult at first but the thermals we use are very clear.  A good rule of thumb we abide by is if your unsure, don’t shoot. 



It doesn't matter too much to the significance of this thread, but your quote I highlighted isn't accurate. 

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Re: Thermal Predator Control, Okanogan WA LOGO
« Reply #9 on: April 01, 2020, 12:31:04 PM »


It doesn't matter too much to the significance of this thread, but your quote I highlighted isn't accurate.
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At least a year or 2 ago you couldn’t. 
We provide a service to cattle ranchers year around that have problem coyotes.  We also provide guided night hunts year around.  We sell Night Vision and Thermal scopes.  The optics we use are the Pulsar XP50 Trails and Pulsar XP50 Helion Monocular.

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Re: Thermal Predator Control, Okanogan WA LOGO
« Reply #10 on: April 01, 2020, 01:51:18 PM »
Not that I really care about wolves, but what happens if you shoot a wolf or bear during a closed season?
Can you actually differentiate the Thermal images to assure that your not shooting somebodies dog?
Just a question and not a judgement.
Rob.
This is a 150yard shot


Is this a coyote?
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