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A friend from Sweden visited last year and we went out and did some calling. We no sooner sat down and I hit the bulb squeaker a few times and this pair came charging in. He killed the little female (18 lbs) at about 10 feet and them took the male (25 lbs) at a little over 100 yards. That's my little Sako Vixen .223 he was using.
 

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Sweet. I know I'm not from Sweden but, I'd like to hunt dogs with you someday Chief.

Sweet little Sako Vixen you've got there. I won't ask to borrow it, I'll just bring my trusty InterArms .243. I've drilled many a yotes and an awesome muley with it. Now, if I can only draw a lope tag. :roll:
 
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Your more than welcome to come on down here and we'll give it a go. What I like about calling is that you never know what is going to show up.
 

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Chief said:
What I like about calling is that you never know what is going to show up.
Yep, reminds me of my "bar stool" days I wasted in all the local taverns, staring at the front door - waiting for females.

Ah, those early years. Amazing how they shaped our future, isn't it? LOL.
 
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Yep, reminds me of my "bar stool" days I wasted in all the local taverns, staring at the front door - waiting for females.
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Hitting awful close to home :wink:
 
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Nice picture. Sorry I missed this until now. Love those Coyotes. They look like they have (or had) nice coats.
 
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