Discussion in 'Predator Hunting' started by MechTech, Aug 24, 2011.
HERE KITTY KITTY KITTY!!!
Got me another one last night.
Nice! I see you had success with the MVP. What was your set up like?
I typically use my Turbturd from Primos to call. I have a Mojo that I stick right under my shivering rabbit. Call only works about 25 to 30 yards out. Then I place my decoys 50 yards from me. I ran a distress house cat call for 2 mins and jumped into a coyote kiki. I tried to make it sound like a cat was cornered and then swiped it's claws into a yote.
Typically I run a locator howl, young response, cottontail distress, baby cottontail and then a kiki.
In the MVP I am shooting 55gr Nozzler Ballistic tips. I have a Sweet 223 from BSA for a scope.
I got your picture and posting yesterday while out turkey hunting and it reminded me to send a post myself. Great dog! I was out last weekend for a Coyote hunt of my own. Spent all day hunting. I was frustrated so I decided to take it out on the first thing I saw. This hog came out at 75 yards. I gave her a TAP round (head shot) LIGHTS OUT. 150 lbs.
ONE STOP SHOP CHEERS!
ONE HOG WAS HURT DURING THE FILMING OF THIS PROJECT
I would so much rather take down a hog than a Yote. Look at all that sausage! All I have to show for my kill is a picture and a spent shell. LOL
Hogs taste much better than coyotes anyway! That sausage looks Good!!!!
I nailed this guy today 75 yds with one of my 300 blackouts . 110 grain nosler varmageddons.
Some reassembly required. One of the largest PD's I ever saw in the TX panhandle. Stem and stern were about twenty feet apart after the red mist settled. Almost looks photoshopped but thats how much was PD was red misted.
6XC 8 twist 70 blitzking 3800 FPS ~200 yds
LOL! Whistle Pig Down! It looks like he was trying to surrender
Nice PIG RIG you have there.
Here is a pig I killed at the farm last spring. 40 grain V-max to the neck.
I shot this groundhog at about 30 yards with my grandfathers old Winchester .22lr with a CCI Stinger. She'd been tearing up the earth around my house foundation and the dirt floor in my garage.
She was basking in the sun after a belly full of sweet pears from one of my trees. I'm guessing that she had a splitting headache for a split second.
Kind of funny, when she got hit, she stood straight up with her arms out straight and did a belly flop, not even a twitch.
20 Practical 40 vmax
Fox came to pup distress call last night, 60 yards, .308 Patrol, PPU 150gr SP.