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Anyone here coyote hunt in Harford, Cecil or Baltimore County?

I have hunted them in Ohio and West Virginia, but never here.........if anyone is ever looking for someone to tag along, i’d like to get out here once in awhile.


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I have tried for years to get a place to hunt them in Harford county and to this day I have found none 
and on top of that I still hear people tell me they are NOT in the county and some people say none are in the state go figure 
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Hard to find property to hunt them on
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I have tried for years to get a place to hunt them in Harford county and to this day I have found none 
and on top of that I still hear people tell me they are NOT in the county and some people say none are in the state go figure 


Oh they are around,. I have pictures on our farm but not many and likely not worthtrying to hunt them there
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Oh they are around,. I have pictures on our farm but not many and likely not worthtrying to hunt them there



I know they are here in Harford seen them with my own eyes trail cam pic and hear them in the woods from time to time
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Just saw a dead coyote today on Rt. 22, near Paradise Rd. I saw one last week about 5 miles from there off Aldino Stephney Rd.. I had two run by me while hunting close to that area two years ago. Today - flock of 20-25 turkeys. Good luck. They're there but pretty much nocturnal in the more populated areas - much more than foxes. IMHO
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I saw one trot past me a few years ago hunting off of Wheel Rd. And someone I used to hunt with on my old lease off of Rt. 136 south of Rt. 543 shot a big one.

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I know there are a lot of coyotes everywhere I hunt. But I have never seen one.  Way back in the fur boom of the 70's I got extra money hunting foxes because they brought in such a high price. We were kids and I don't know how good we were at it compared to others but we were getting up to around $100 per fox at the highest price. That kept us trying. I was told by the fur buyer the price was so high because of demand in Europe. That was a weeks pay for a kid back in those days. When it dropped below $40/per fox I lost interest. The price dropped much lower than that. 
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I hunt a spot in Hickory about 10 years, have only got one trail cam pic of 2 running together, have never heard them either.
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can’t help you out with hunting them . missed a nicely furred coyote last year in jan with my bow. behind harford community college. churchville has a good coyote population. see tracks every time I hunt
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