Last week I had the opportunity to experience an unusual hunt using mountain cur dogs to lure coyotes within rifle range. Montana Doggers, a group of Montana friends, have produced a DVD about their unique methods. The idea is that the dogs run out as coyotes come into voice and electronic calls. The coyotes often chase the dogs back to the hunters, sometimes as close as a few feet.
Here’s a link: http://billingsgazette.com/lifestyles/recreation/mountain-curs-lure-coyotes-in-for-predator-hunters/article_0ccbea8c-3c3a-5b28-a4e6-71fd3c336c75.html
This post was provided by Brett French, Billings Gazette Outdoors Editor.
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