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Old 03-08-2009, 01:08 PM
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Coyote calling

Hey guys, anyone coyote hunt? I used to go alot when I was down at NMSU, but it's been about 7 years since I went and I don't remember if there were any regulations or season to it.

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In case anyone was wondering... No there's not anything regulating coyote hunting other than make sure you have permission from the land owner...
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Think you need a small game permit don't you? I could be wrong... but I think so. I know you can shoot as many as you want, there is no limit!
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I don't think you need a small game permit for nusiance animals. Coyotes are considered a nusiance animal.

Also, depending on the land owner and how long their families have owned the land, they may not require permits for deer, elk etc. I know my former F-I-L owns land his family has had for many many years. They still have mineral rights to their land as well.
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Yeah coyotes are considered a varmint, free reign on them.
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Ok.... you guys are right, my bad. I just looked it up. sorry... no licens needed for coyote!
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