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Coyote Season was extended

Discussion in 'Indiana Trapping and Varmint Hunting' started by Jrbhunter, Mar 7, 2005.

  1. Just in case you didn't know, or were misinformed by a C.O. coyote season has been extended to March 15th. This was decided some time ago but rumors are still floating around otherwise. Call your local Law Enforcement Headquarters if you have any questions about the regulation change.


    District 1 Headquarters
    9822 N. Turkey Creek Rd.
    Syracuse, IN 46567
    (574) 457-8092

    District 2 Headquarters
    1903 St. Mary's Ave.
    Fort Wayne, IN 46808
    (260) 426-0807

    District 3 Headquarters
    5921 State Road 43 N
    West Lafayette, IN
    (765) 567-2080

    District 4 Headquarters
    3734 Mounds Rd.
    Anderson, IN 46017
    (765) 649-1062

    District 5 Headquarters
    1317 W. Lieber Rd., Suite 2
    Cloverdale, IN 46120
    (765) 795-3534

    District 6 Headquarters
    P.O. Box 266
    Nashville, IN 47448-0266
    (812) 988-9761

    District 7 Headquarters
    2310 E. State Road 364
    Winslow, IN 47598
    (812) 789-9538

    District 8 Headquarters
    3084 N. Dillard Rd.
    Birdseye, IN 47513
    (812) 685-2498

    District 9 Headquarters
    11050 Keeler Rd.
    Brookville, IN 47012
    (765) 647-5835

    District 10 Headquarters
    100 W. Water Street
    Michigan City, IN 46360
    (219) 879-5710

    South Region Headquarters
    4850 S. St. Rd. 446
    Bloomington, IN 47401
    (812) 837-9536

    North Region Headquarters
    1124 N. Mexico Rd.
    Peru, IN 46970
    (765) 473-9722

    Outdoor Education North
    P.O. Box 236
    Otterbein, IN 47970
    (765) 583-2817

    Outdoor Education South
    P.O. Box 917
    Jasper, IN 47547
    (812) 482-3093
  2. Now is when we start hitting it hard anyway. As long as ya got written permission you can still go (i know u pry know that already). Nice pics of yotes also...are those of u jr? i know im going out thurs and fri. evening maybe saturday. got a lot of ground to cover. Want to get one mounted.

  3. Late Season coyotes

    Coyotes are getting harder to hunt in my area right now... I've gone over 25 stands without seeing a dog. This is the "post rut" phase for us and it definatly isn't producing! Two and three weeks ago we were calling them up on a regular basis but since that has fallen off I have turned my attention to working on equipment and scouting new territory. I will probably get another 10-15 stands in this week to see if they start coming to the call again but I won't hit it hard again until I think the odds are in my favor. I have a few farms where deprevation is a problem so I will do some off-season hunting but otherwise I'll let them go until next fall.​
    And yes Noble, thats my ugly mug in those pictures. :coolgleam ​
  4. Are they in their mating season or are they forming pair bonds and already raising pups?

    What type of calls do you use. I mean what type of vocalizations are you using. Dying rabbit, greeting howls, or other coyote vocalizations?

    I am very new to this coyote hunting game but would like to learn more about it. More out of curosity at this time. Not sure if I will put a lot of time into hunting them at this point. I am just looking for a wintertime activity to give me something new to do. Something with some excitment and also that would give me some exercise.

  5. Hell I've been busted by Coyotes 2 times this year while deer hunting.
    I could have 3 Coyotes and 1 red fox......... But hell i was after that big boy i got this year. They are so damn thick where i was hunting, I probably should have taken them but i did not want to shoot. Mabe in a couple of weeks i'll take one.