Cox, Jason
June 2012
Predator Xtreme;Jun2012, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p60
The author offers tips on hunting coyotes in high-brush areas. He notes that many hunters do not want to hunt in high-brush areas because they feel that they will not see the predators approaching while they are sitting on the ground. He suggests using a two-foot stepladder or a three-legged fold-out seat painted camouflage. He claims that a heavy sage or buck brush would provide excellent cover for all predators.


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