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    Cool stuff mrbb
    I don't partake in assembly-line convenience. I don't say that killing things is bad while I hire people to kill things for me. ~ Ted Nugent

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    Senior Member mrbb's Avatar
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    northeast PA
    IF you have the time off the weekend for this one


    you should look at maybe trying to get out there
    there is always over 30 grand in the pot, and its state wide hunt in PA

    I been in this one for many yrs now
    the check in place is Pretty far yes, BUT way I play it is, IF I don't see anything BIG< I let em walk

    two yrs ago I had a monster of a coyote in my sights, and Pretty sure I could have killed it,
    but was a 500+ yrds out and 3+ ft of snow down in the bottom of a steep valley, and that Deep snow had that 1 inch of ice on top, that every step you ALMOST stayed on top
    and I figured I would never get to it if I shot it, and get back out
    with my bad knee's and back

    SO< that was my closest to entering one to date
    passed on a lot of small one's over the yrs
    but last 3 yrs weather has been just BAD
    last yr was -40 wind chills and again almost 3 ft of snow, Mostly powder, but still sucks walking in that deep, and then drifts up over 4-5 ft all over from all the High winds

    Bad calling weather for sure

    HOPING This yr, we have better weather for a change

    but its a heck of a contest with some BIG pot prizes

    Folks in Ohio can enter too , just need a PA lic thats all!

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    Senior Member mrbb's Avatar
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    northeast PA
    not that anyone cares LOL
    but here are the results of the contest
    pot got up over $41,000.00 this time
    and a lucky winner , got a double whammy, as the heaviest kill was also a female, so he won heaviest kill and heaviest female, taking in a little over $16,500.00 with one kill!!
    I never even seen one in about 28+ hrs of trying, second day I had 45+ MPH winds here so calling was almost a waste of time I think, also, all the snow melted 3 days prior to teh darn contest, which didn;'t help things

    I did call in a few foxes and a few owls, but no coyotes, lots of sign, so was in the right place, just bad weather for calling! LOL

    better luck next yr I guess< wish we had snow


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