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Five reasons you should be coyote hunting

5 reasons you should coyote hunt

All photo credits: Anthony Wright

1. Fawn/calf control

Many of us have seen videos on the internet of coyotes taking fawns down and, if you spend enough time hunting or scouting, you'll more than likely see it firsthand. I've seen this a few times just by luck: a couple of times back in my home state of Michigan and another time or two in my current state of Montana. Coyotes can really take a toll on deer populations if they are not managed. Some of the better times to hunt coyotes is when they are most vulnerable and less aware, such as during cattle calving season or late spring/early summer when deer are having their fawns. Most may not think of hunting them during this time since pelt sales aren't the best when they have their spring coats, but if you're going out as a management standpoint, then you can have very high success.

2. Make some extra scratch

Coyote hunting

When pelts are in their prime and not rubbed or mangey you can make some good coin when you sell them to a local fur trader. I will be honest, though: the fur market is similar to a stock market. When demand is high, prices rise. When there is less demand, well, you get the idea; there's not a lot to make. I will say that it’s worth your time to learn how to skin your own coyotes. It is not too hard, but it does take some practice and the less damage to the pelt, the better. Western pelts that are prime and with minimal damage can sometimes yield toward the $100 mark; however, in my experience, those shot with a medium caliber and decent condition yield closer to the $50 to $75 range in a good market. Yet, if you shoot a couple over a weekend, you can offset your gas and travel costs with a little leftover for a beer or two with your hunting buddy!

3. Practice your skills

Coyote tracks

This may be the biggest benefit for you, the hunter when it comes to hunting these keen coyotes. Even when coyote hunting is slow you have the ability to stay proficient by using your glass, trying to pick apart the terrain, looking for those sneaky coyotes eyeballing your call from the distance. The slow part isn't as fun, though, as when they come cruising into your calls. Coyotes can come from anywhere. I've had them come in from 25 yards out of nowhere to all the way in from over a half a mile. No matter what the scenario is, it will challenge you as a hunter as you get into a range, gun on target, then execute the shot. Just as you would if hunting big game. Also, you have to play the wind heavily as coyotes base their approach solely on their noses. If a coyote smells something they don’t like it won’t matter how tasty that dying rabbit sounds, they will typically hold up far out of range or you won't see them at all. None the less, you have to act as a predator to hunt a predator effectively.

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4. Excitement

There is always a surge of adrenaline when I see a coyote blitzing towards my caller when everything goes as planned. Once you have it happen for the first time you will be addicted, too. You’ll also get a good deal of excitement trying to work in a stubborn dog that is interested, but hanging up right out of range. Trying to find the right pitch or sound from your hand call or e-caller can post a challenge, but stay patient and read their mannerisms. You’ll learn what sounds they like, what their barks mean, why they vocalize, which, in turn, makes you more successful on your next calling session.

5. Stay active during the offseason

Anthony Wright's successful coyote hunt

Post-holing through the snow on the way to the spot you want to call from is no joke. Or, if you're hunting in the West as I do currently, you may be covering quite a bit of distance on the vast wide-open prairies of public land. This will give you motivation to stay in decent shape while not in a big game hunting season. The more land you cover equals the more sets. The more sets you do equals more potential coyotes called in. More coyotes called in equals more fun! It's your standard win-win-win equation!

Calling coyotes can be a real blast, but don’t underestimate them. They are sneaky and, if pressured, highly intelligent. Take some time during your offseason to hit the hills and give it a try! Let us know in the comments what your go-to caliber is and which gear you use to help you be successful.

As always, stay safe and hunt hard!

 

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James D. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-29-2020 08:21:01 pm

Who cares whether culling or hunting coyotes is good or bad for deer and wildlife management. I hunt coyotes because it’s exciting, it’s legal, and I’m a hunter.

T M. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-29-2020 07:06:32 pm

Rob B I read the coyote article and many more of us are hunters with comments than the couple of morons who weren't. So why do u say we can't comment?

Rob B. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-29-2020 05:06:21 pm
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This is going to be just one more "hunting" group I no longer support. Publish the articles for everyone to read. DON'T ALLOW COMMENTS! Every single site is overrun with anti's and/or morons.

T M. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-29-2020 11:33:58 am

Ethical H lol. Most (MOST) Hunters don't hunt Does so your comment is not factual. You can tell u know nothing and only believe what your other tree huggers read. I have hunted for ever and the only time I hunted a Doe was when my kids needed the meat. But No I did not feel bad. I made sure she was a dry doe and she tasted really good. But still your level of reasoning is not warranted by facts.

T M. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-29-2020 11:32:44 am

Ethical H lol. Most (MOST) Hunters don't hunt Does so your comment is not factual. You can tell u know nothing and only believe what your other tree huggers read. I have hunted for ever and the only time I hunted a Doe was when my kids needed the meat. But No I did not feel bad. I made sure she was a dry doe and she tasted really good. But still your level of reasoning is not warranted by facts.

Stephen K. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-29-2020 10:22:27 am

If any of you have the time, read a article " A Death of Ethics Is Hunting Destroying Itself by Todd Wilkinson!

T M. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-29-2020 08:49:02 am

Betty T and Caleb Q well said. My husband has been in ADC work his whole life he is 72. I'm here to tell you we have seen it all. The remark that u kill a few and they come back thicker is ridiculous. Also the remark, it doesn't help the fawn population is ludicrous! Coyotes will take any opportunity they find to kill. We have seen them take calves and sheep as the mother is giving birth. Rips them right out. They can devastate a herd of animals. Young coyotes are the worst especially right after they diburse from the mother in late Austust in our area. Coyotes aren't "pack" animals to the extent wolves are. Sure you'll see a group of 3-5 now and then when winter is hard or game is scarce but usually they are by theirselves or one other. Young ones that mom has kicked off are ruthless and inexperienced so anything is game. We don't want to kill off all coyotes but if they are around heavily populated deer or farming areas u can bet they are there to EAT!

T M. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-29-2020 08:45:54 am

PS please please practice your shooting skills. An educated coyote is a P.I.T.A.

T M. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-29-2020 08:44:17 am

Betty T and Caleb Q well said. My husband has been in ADC work his whole life he is 72. I'm here to tell you we have seen it all. The remark that u kill a few and they come back thicker is ridiculous. Also the remark, it doesn't help the fawn population is ludicrous! Coyotes will take any opportunity they find to kill. We have seen them take calves and sheep as the mother is giving birth. Rips them right out. They can devastate a herd of animals. Young coyotes are the worst especially right after they diburse from the mother in late Austust in our area. Coyotes aren't "pack" animals to the extent wolves are. Sure you'll see a group of 3-5 now and then when winter is hard or game is scarce but usually they are by theirselves or one other. Young ones that mom has kicked off are ruthless and inexperienced so anything is game. We don't want to kill off all coyotes but if they are around heavily populated deer or farming areas u can bet they are there to EAT!

Caleb Q. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-29-2020 04:46:58 am
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JM,
“Why is it that hunters tend to be more likely to be illiterate?” The redundancy used in this sentence actually lends that you may in fact be illiterate. Also, I grew up in a trailer and have a degree now, engineering, so certainly not illiterate. I, the trailer-trash hunter, probably make more money in a month than you do in a year fighting your way up the chain of Starbucks baristas. Or do you work in a craft brewery? Take your entitlement and malevolence elsewhere.

Ethical H. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-28-2020 10:57:50 pm

1) 100% Hypocritical about the ridiculous lying point of so-called 'Fawn control'. Because the same murderes of the innocent then later murder the innocent mothers of the innocent fawns, making the baby fawns heplless defenseless orphans
2) To stalk innocent defenseless sentient beings in their home habitat and murdering them, isn't a useful 'skill' for anyone other than a psychopathic serial killer.
FYI 101 Biology and Environmental education: Nature always balances herself and only Human'un'kind interference causes any long term imbalance.

T M. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-28-2020 09:40:00 pm

PS in case you didn't know most grammar errors in posts are usually made by Spell Check who like you jm are very annoying and a hindrance to many.

T M. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-28-2020 09:21:26 pm

JM why is it u think we are illiterate? Is that all you can do is put people down. We are only speaking the truth and people like you resort to showing your lack of mentality by calling name's like babies. Being educated and having degrees which I do have has absolutely nothing to do with the subject of hunting. Lmao. Hunters and trappers won't be running around starving when the grocery stores haven't any food for people like you. We also will not fear predators chasing us because we have our hunting skills. So call names all you want it just shows your lack of MENTALITY.

T M. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-28-2020 09:05:27 pm

I agree with you Steven.

Stephen K. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-28-2020 07:10:24 pm

To all the non hunters if you don't like hunting go complain to all the wildlife departments in all 50 states and ask why they offer us hunting licenses to harvest animals in all 50 states! Never mind that the deer, elk and antelope I harvest is organic and the best tasting meat around! I worked in the restaurant business for 35 years was appalled at the fact that i didn't know where the chicken, beef and pork came from! Just like the chicken, beef and pork in the supermarkets !Just because there's a label on it doesn't tell you anything about it! I know where the animals I hunt live and what they eat ! They are untouched by humans! Every time I hunt I'm not guaranteed to harvest a animal and it can be hard to do too! Deer, antelope and elk will smell,hear and see you most of time before you do! Hunting is a great way to spend a day with friends and family! Never mind depending where you hunt like Colorado, it can be very scenic too! Plus there is rules and regulations that hunters have to follow, like size ,quantity and length of the season! But you can't tell those non hunters anything anyways! So they all should crawl back up the buttholes they fell out of and stay there!!!! Hunting is awesome!

J M. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-28-2020 05:09:41 pm

Plenty of morons posting but Kim c and TM seem especially stupid and trailer trashy. Why is it that hunters tend to be more likely to be illiterate? It seems the 6th grade was just too much of a hurdle for you serial killer wannabes.

B C. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-28-2020 04:50:31 pm

I am a hunter. However, I just cannot kill a k-9 of any kind, no thanks. Out of control? No the human race are the ones that are out of control, but that's an entirely different issue isn't it. Fact is in my state (Colorado) they are over hunted. Deer populations are out of control here causing us to face problems with ticks. Some states are seeing a similar problem with rabbits because fox and coyote hunting has caused a lack in natural predators for them. Come here and hunt all the deer you want! Ranchers are the only ones here that think we need less predators and it's only about money for them. They have no care for the environment.

Caleb Q. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-28-2020 04:18:22 pm
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And no I am the hypocrite, I apologize for the autocorrect. *learn, *willing

Caleb Q. - posted 4 weeks ago on 02-28-2020 04:14:08 pm
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To John S.,
Please, for the love of society, Lear how to spell correctly and use proper grammar before you criticize us “minimally intelligent people”. Just proof of your ignorance if you’re will to throw stones when you live in a glass house. The efficacy of your attack is negated by your inability to achieve elementary grammar. I presume you live off the tits of the government due to your rudimentary education and inability to be a productive member of society. Please continue your miserable, self-loathing, hypocritical, and ignorant existence elsewhere.

Sincerely,

Every Person Whom Read Your Post

Kim C. - posted 1 month ago on 02-28-2020 03:48:27 pm

ASPCA disband and shut the heck up! That's how I feel although I do believe domestic animals should not be mistreated but leave the hunters alone

Kim C. - posted 1 month ago on 02-28-2020 03:43:01 pm

I love yoti hunting in central SD there hard on calves and fawns I use an AR 556 have shot them running at 380 yards (lucky shot lol) Federal62 grain 556 Palmeto State Armory
great AR for the money !

James D. - posted 1 month ago on 02-28-2020 03:31:23 pm

Trump 2020!

Maybe that will get rid of them.

Back to killing coyotes. Next..

James D. - posted 1 month ago on 02-28-2020 03:01:17 pm

Wow, that’s awesome TM. I would love to try some big cat back straps. I tried feral cat but wasn’t feeling it. I’ve been killing so many feral cats on my property, and they eat them in the Congo, so why not.
Now don’t worry John S, it probably wasn’t my neighbors cat.

T M. - posted 1 month ago on 02-28-2020 01:33:17 pm

PS who ever it was who asked do people eat Cougar. The answer is HELL YES! and they're quite tasty! Lol. Anything we kill gets ate or used to the fullest extent. The fur goes to make clothing. Some of the meat is ground up to make lures which my hubby has sold all over the US including Alaska. Some animal (the fats) part get rendered and used in my soaps and lotions. There is so much u bleeding hearts just don't know about survival. Don't come looking for handouts when things go to hell lol. PS furs make wonderful blankets too.

James D. - posted 1 month ago on 02-28-2020 01:06:51 pm

Thank God I don’t belong to the system that John S belongs to, where the government tells you what you are supposed to eat like a scavenger.
I am in charge of what I put in my belly not the FDA.

I am a big game meat eater. The health benefits from eating wild meat and fish can’t be disputed. If I decide to shoot a coyote or a deer then that’s my God given right. Just like John S’s right not to involve himself in the killing of his food and not face his responsibility for the death of his food.

If you’re solely depending on store bought meat for your sustenance then that’s on you. Thank God liberals won’t be running this country and telling us what we can and can’t do in relation to how we get our food.

Betty A. - posted 1 month ago on 02-28-2020 12:19:31 pm

We have been infiltrated by a bleeding heart society. These persons live in cities and actually know very little about animals other than apartment size. This is proven by the recent attacks by bison, etc. Toss your little dog or child out there for a picture with a large hairy cow or cuddly fluffy dog or cat looking wild animal. Them blame someone for not telling you they were dangerous, because nothing is ever your fault. What is the interpretation of the word WILD. Some of my cows and horses have knocked me around and they are DOMESTIC. Grow up and shut up when you don't know.

T M. - posted 1 month ago on 02-28-2020 11:22:47 am

To all of you people who are against Hunting or Trapping anything why must you come to sites that are for it? We like to discuss the opinions of others who enjoy these topics. Troll somewhere else. Keeping Predators in check is necessary for humanity. To those of you who ask who gave us the right to kill....God did! That's why some animals were out on earth. To FEED AND CLOTHE! Here are some other reasons. #1 it keeps nature balanced #2 it keeps deceases out of the population. #3 it makes sure that hunters can put meat on their tables as their fore father's did. #4 it used to keep the people and their pets in cities safe. But now that people have gone nuts their are people "adults,children and pets" dying because someone thinks they know better and thinks their opinions and rights are more important than ours. If u don't like what hunters and trappers do to protect their lively hoods. Do what you want us to do! STHU. You have no idea what wildlife conservation is really about. Our opinions and ethics are about management and preserving wildlife. In fact if it wasn't for sportsmen/women you wouldn't be safe to taking walks in the great outdoors or in your city parks. There would be more money for any species to be managed. So please get educated on subjects before speaking! PS. I hunt, fish, trap and put up fur. So my money for tags/permits gives me the right to voice my opinion. If u can't say the same Troll on.

Michael E. - posted 1 month ago on 02-28-2020 10:58:05 am
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I love lamp.

charles o. - posted 1 month ago on 02-28-2020 08:51:08 am

John you just dont understand , why populations of wild animals are killed by hunting . It is common sense conservation policies that is used because wild animals all come down with certain diseases that can be transferred to the human species. When coyotes packs get to large they tend to attack and eat , family pets , and cows and deer. The problem is with disease, if you john live in a city , you drink water that usually comes from Rivers lakes and streams, those coyotes go to bathroom in those rivers lakes and streams , some of those diseased coyotes die laying next to or in those rivers lakes and streams. Your city gets their drinking water from those lakes rivers and streams. Treating the water does not kill all organisms so that organism that that diseased coyote had can be transferred to humans so that is why coyotes are hunted and killed . So today we have the Corona virus that is killing humans in china and other countries. The Corona virus actually came from animals , transferred to humans so John you dont have clue to your so called defenseless animals . You are the type of a person who cries because a wild animal is killed for disease control , but you probably jump for joy if a unborn child is killed for purposes of birth control of certain populations of color.

Daniel H. - posted 1 month ago on 02-28-2020 06:45:03 am

I have hunted all my 65 years of life. Coyotes and wolves are a natural addition to nature. BUT if you don't realize the impact these animals are having on the wildlife that is also natural, you have not been in touch with reality. In Northern Illinois the coywolves are out of control. They are not killing the neighbors chickens, they're killing everything and their numbers need to be controlled some how some way. Wake up and realize that any animal is natural BUT needs to be in numbers that are normal for their invirament. If not it all goes wrong. Period

Rob D. - posted 1 month ago on 02-28-2020 04:07:54 am

I hunt coyotes in Western Montana when they are prime and make a little extra cash . They are a problem here and several ranch's need them controlled. I get $50-$70 for a good prime hide . I very seldom call as I don't want to educate them to calls . People who don't believe in hunting them don't have a clue about the damage they can cause to calves and deer and elk herds . These same clowns think wolves should be left unchecked also . They are uneducated about predators .

John S. - posted 1 month ago on 02-27-2020 09:44:38 pm

James we have a system on this planet to feed the most populus predators and that does include raising animals for food. I ask again what gives anyone the right to go out a kill a wild animal for the fun? Is it fun and a thrill to destroy the life of a living thing so you can put its head on your wall? That animal with a glow in its eye doing nothing to harm anyone is attacked by a person with a high powered gun and scope using all kinds of advantages. If you really appreciated the animals you would take a camera, put your camouflage costume on a take lots of pictures. You could then enjoy the beauty of those animals forever. Like I said it takes no talent to shot a defenseless animal.

Anthony W. - posted 1 month ago on 02-27-2020 09:03:59 pm
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Hunting a predator is not as easy as hiding in a blind. Nor is it easy put smarting their nose. Play hide and seek with your dog at home, 9/10 your dog will win. And I have been in places (and currently) where the enemy shoots back, I have yet to be seen hiding behind a rock.

rudy r. - posted 1 month ago on 02-27-2020 08:53:30 pm

I have done many hunts for ranchers around Odessa, Texas. Ranchers pay 100 dollars a pelt for coyotes.

James D. - posted 1 month ago on 02-27-2020 08:45:08 pm

I’m guessing John S is a Vegan and doesn’t ever eat meat. In that case more power to him, but my educated guess is he’s responsible for many a dead animal in his big hypocritical mouth.

John S. - posted 1 month ago on 02-27-2020 08:31:29 pm

It is always a wonder to me why all you minimally intelligent people think you have the right to kill anything much less animals. It is not a sport and it takes no talent to hide in a blind or stand in a tree and wait for an animal to come by so you can shot it. I bet if your target could shot back all you heros would hid under the first rock you could find. Real men I think not.

Stephen K. - posted 1 month ago on 02-27-2020 07:56:57 pm

To Josh k who taught you to shoot at a animal running head on at you and shooting twice and missing, then shooting a third time and only wounding it ? LEARN HOW TO SHOOT BETTER! I live in Colorado and hunt elk ,deer,antelope and turkeys! My dad taught me if you can't get a good ethical broadside dont shoot at all! I hunt coyotes and make money doing it! What I don't like is the wildlife departments in what states that allow use of dogs for mtn lion and bear hunting! To chase a animal up a tree and then shoot it out of the tree where it has no to go that doesn't make sense to me! That's fair chase???what are those animals supposed to do flap their legs and fly away ? To the people that dont like coyote hunting talk to the wildlife department in your state and ask them why we can! If you dont like something don't read about then! I hunt for meat not antlers ,remember you can't eat antlers! I will pass on a shot if don't feel comfortable about it ! I don't like bear meat so thats why I don't hunt them! Has anyone ever eaten mtn lion ? I don't hunt them either !!

James D. - posted 1 month ago on 02-27-2020 07:45:24 pm

I have too many deer on my property, especially fawns and does. So since the consensus here is that coyote hunting hurts deer population more than it helps it, I'm coyote hunting hard so I can bring more youngsters in to kill more deer. Thanks for the knowledge y'all.

Anthony W. - posted 1 month ago on 02-27-2020 07:37:44 pm
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I have first hand seen the outcome of coyotes being out of hand on ranches and public land. When I was growing up into the Midwest. I've had to chase them off with shotguns to break up fights with my own dogs. Coyotes (in some, not all areas) need to be managed, you cant argue that. Whether it be trapping or recreational hunting. I dont want them gone. I enjoy watching them and hearing them. Once you have certain interactions and see what they are capable of then I believe your opinion will open up.

David G. - posted 1 month ago on 02-27-2020 06:10:33 pm

Ok I live in New England I have hunted rabbit squirrel crow and spent some time in pest control big rats farm pesting a lot when I was in my younger days in the late 80's and 90's we had never any issue or even any sightings of coyotes that's until now we are experiencing increased amounts of coyotes noticed a decline in my rabbit populations. and tons of coyote activity in more urban areas were there next meal is easy pickings such as cats small dogs and within the past 5 years we have had a lot of dogs and cats eaten from back yards.So coyotes are the top predator here and that is when I as a hunter step in to reduce numbers and keep them in check.I have been involved in coyote hunting for about 3 yrs now and trying to improve my calling and stands very close range hunts within 60 yards and under in which I am using my big bore air rifle for more of a challenge instead of shotgunning.I enjoy reading all types of different strategies and methods about coyote hunting and will be enjoying my new obsession coyote hunting.

Robert R. - posted 1 month ago on 02-27-2020 06:02:02 pm

What did the Chili Peppers sing.......real men don't kill coyotes.

Josh K. - posted 1 month ago on 02-27-2020 05:49:46 pm

The 1st time I've ever shot a coyote,I was turkey hunting on the outside of some tall pines overlooking a clearcut.. I heard a stick break too my left and when I turned around it was in full stride straight towards me.. I shot twice with my 12 gauge pump with only 3 shots on me. I missed the first 2 shots and it realized I wasn't food and turned away and didn't slow down.. My adrenaline was pumping so fast I didn't have to take the last shot but I did anyway and hit her in the back hip.. She was hollering so loud and I was completely out of ammo.. My truck was about a 3 minute run one way.. When I finally got back I finished her off and she suffered bigtime... After taking a closer look, I saw she had 8 milking tits so she had a litter of hungry pups somewhere.. I still feel bad about it today and it was probably 25 years ago.. She hollared just like a dog I had that got hit by a car right in front of me.. I've killed every type of animal that can be hunted and it never bothered me at all.. To me,shooting that coyote was like shooting one of my own dogs.. If you're a farmer and some are eating your livestock then I think it's justified but just to kill them for sport to me is a no go 100%.. I know a lot of people will disagree with me about this but it's the way I feel about it.. They keep the rodent population in check and that's a lot more beneficial to your land and plots you grow for the deer you want to bring it.

micah g. - posted 1 month ago on 02-27-2020 02:09:00 pm

coyote hunting in reality isnt a very smart thing to do if its trying to protect deer. It doesnt work and actually can have adverse affects and the pack will grow back thicker as if it was a pruned shrub. Plus, as a professional site, terms like excitment and fun arent really good legit reasons.they are after all pretty much dogs that are like small wolves or huskies. I love to hunt. I will never shoot a coyote ever nor let anyone who hunts on me. our deer herd is nice . the only things that suffer with the coyotes are the neighbors chickens.

Anthony B. - posted 1 month ago on 02-27-2020 12:03:19 pm

Good article.. stay home half empty sean. Also a link to the latter of your comment would be nice.

Anthony W. - posted 1 month ago on 02-27-2020 05:04:05 am
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Gary, I can personally say I haven't tried coyote...yet.

Gary H. - posted 1 month ago on 02-27-2020 04:08:14 am
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#6 - They taste great too!

Eric C. - posted 1 month ago on 02-26-2020 10:03:58 pm
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Always people to complain

Sean M. - posted 1 month ago on 02-26-2020 08:59:45 pm
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There have been many studies demonstrating the removal of coyotes during fawn/calf season is a temporary fix. Unless intensive long term trapping pressure is applied on a wide scale, the effects are probably negligible. Worse, you may remove the dominant territorial coyotes from an area, creating a void that is filled by many more young dispersing coyotes who gobble up fawns.

Cesar C. - posted 1 month ago on 02-26-2020 06:09:19 pm
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Great, more ppl blowing on their dang calls educating dogs.