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Katz wrote at 2010-09-05 16:23:19
Coyote, like dog, is best if about one year old. If the real/imagined diet of your coyote has a negative impact on your initiative...then put him in a pen and fatten him up on something that won't cause you to question eating the coyote. The meat is lean and healthy but as the animal ages beyond 2 years...is better for sausage than other dishes.



If you're not keeping the fur, scrape off the has and parboil the skin, season, and cook on grill.



The hams cook like small fresh pork ham.

Strap is good. Wrap in bacon.



Remaining meat is good for stew and sausage.

Use as you would pork or mixed with pork.



Organs, scraps, etc...fine for scrap/brunswick stew.




fuglyfish@yahoo.com wrote at 2014-08-14 23:58:13
There's a good episode of Meateater on the Sportsman Channel in which he takes a coyote and eats it. The show gives some good instruction on how to prepare the meal.


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I can answer most basic questions concerning predator trapping and some water trapping. Questions about lures, baits, sets, traps, trap treatment, modification, sizes, equipment, usage, etc. I have been certified by the Okla. Dept. of Wildlife Conservation, the old First Okla. Trapper`s Assoc., and the Okla. State Univ. Extension Service as a trapping instructor, and in years past have given classes to people wishing to learn the sport...I also have a couple decades experience in predator calling and can provide some basic answers to these questions as well.

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30+ years running my own traplines, and 60+ years experience as a hunter, shooter, fisherman, and outdoorsman.

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I have been certified by the Okla. Dept. of Wildlife Conservation, the old First Okla. Trapper`s Assoc., and the Okla. State Univ. Extension Service, as a trapping instructor... I have also received personal instruction from two professional ADC specialists.

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As far as teaching what I know to others. I take this to be what you mean here... I have helped my son, and son in law, as well as given classes to a number of other people in this area, to help get them started in trapping and predator calling... I have had personal instruction from 2 professional government ADC specialists, and I have over 30 years experience running my own traplines, and 60+ years of experience in the outdoors...... I have a friend who is a troop leader with the Boy Scouts. In the past I have done several demonstrations on trapping and predator calling for the boys, and on a number of occasions have helped the troop to set up and run a trapline during the winter, with proceeds going to the troop.

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