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I was told New Mexico just outlawed coyote contest. Mixed emotions about that. I'm interested in how you feel. I personally have competed but realize there are others who feel it's wrong. Both sides of the discussion need to be heard and I wonder if both were heard in NM before a law was passed? ... See MoreSee Less

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Daniel AdamsIf they thick kill em all lol. Needs to be a few to "clean" up the leftovers if u get what I'm saying..... What kinda of rifle and caliber is that?3 days ago   ·  4
Kenny Timothy Hempsonnice coyote . can you eat them ?3 days ago   ·  1
Gary SlatonAre you using Just For Men?3 days ago   ·  2
Thomas Lee BillotteJust my opinion but when Hunting becomes a competition it just seems Wrong....just my view.. Thnkx4sharing ...3 days ago   ·  9
Jeffrey HaithHope it's not a trend. These yotes cause alot of damage. Coming out of an EHD epidemic the last thing we need here are coyotes eating our Fawn crop. Jeff South East Ne.3 days ago   ·  3
Joshua Courtneycant see anything wrong with it myself!! I kill all of them I can on the ground I hunt!!3 days ago   ·  1
Corey LiesThe ones in Kansas have had some pressure in the past from the environmentalist groups. I haven't done it, so I'm not really going to form an uneducated opinion but I'm curious what others think.3 days ago   ·  1
Chuck ProperContest are a tricky subject. Most are done respectfully and with cooperation with land owners. I'm sure it only took one or two that complained to a law maker and off went the band wagon.3 days ago   ·  1
John RutterThe ranchers and hunters in N.M were against this bill but as a whole we were not able to have it vetoed against all the tree huggers and antis who flooded the state Capitol. I myself don't hunt contests but am a long time predator hunter and strongly believe in management and predator control. These people don't see the every day issues coyotes and other predators cause to Ranchers, Wild game or the ecosystem in areas that are over populated.3 days ago   ·  8
Toby FincherConservation just in a different way,3 days ago   ·  1
Shawn LeeIf they draw out hunters to hunt this very prolific; damaging, and out of control predator.....I'm all for them. My area is over run with coyotes. And I am the only coyote hunter around here that I've even heard of. I could use some help. There was a coyote contest recently in southern WV and it was quite successful as far as numbers of coyotes taken. But.....I doubt it put a dent in the population. The only population getting dented here.....is the deer population. Anyone opposing the control of coyotes in any legal way.....should be arrested for criminal stupidity.3 days ago   ·  1
Jason LeeIt can be a bouble edged sword. But the ones I have been around have been run respectively and law abiding. Have made lots of strangers friends. I think the pros of it out number the cons by far. Sorry that new Mexico has lost that part of there freedom.3 days ago   ·  1
Barry SullivanI've never competed , but I do shoot every coyote I can legally, they are absolutely out of control here in southern new England , I'm in favor of controlling them by any means possible2 days ago   ·  1
Barry CullotyBeing a hunter, and knowing what it does for the other animals in the area by allowing them a change to regain some ground I don't have an issue with it, and in fact like to hunt coyote myself, but the contest part I am not much for, but would never say someone else cant do it. I know what kind of damage they do, and like the wolves coming into Ca, there are people on both sides for and against them, I think they could have picked a smaller breed to set free to roam around Ca! But I digress, competition coyote hunting isn't for me, but others deserve to try and do what they want, and we don't need PETA or tree huggers telling us we can or cant do anything.3 days ago
Jonathan BamfordHave no problem will killing them, but I am against the state offering a prize. To me it is too close to being a bounty. If you're familiar with the red wolf you will know they are on the endangered species list due to a bounty put on by the government. Yes I realize that it would be beyond difficult to do the same to coyotes, I just like to believe we are a nation that learns from our mistakes.3 days ago
Shane Rickshaw WilliamsContest done right and respectfully and not for just a cash payout ....yes......use the chance to teach others the importance of control and prevention of losing livestock and or the impact they can cause on other wildlife......invite biologist and game officials and so forth to let them know that your here for other reasons than just sport or cash......3 days ago   ·  1
Steve DilleyEvery day I go into the woods with my gun I am tired honey no matter what else I am hunting I don't really care for the competitions but they have big rabbit hunts and shoot a whole bunch of rabbits long as I cook them up I don't have a problem with that3 days ago
Troy Bengelcoyotes will never be wipped out, contests are great for lots of reasons, lining predators is one reason. And you are right, doubt very much the government asked opinions of any taxpaying hunting citizen, they didn't at the federal level introducing wolves, about planned banning of cat hunting in AZ, stopped cat hunting in CA, stopped spring bear hunting in many states, including CO. Government doesn't care what "We the people, want"2 days ago
Don WesterfieldA contest or competition could never endanger them . They're destructive little buggers . Are coyotes necessary. Yes they are . But the population is over balanced. Apparently the tree huggers and there lobbyists had a presence. Whats the matter with responsible hunters having the same presence in the halls of legislation.2 days ago
Bryan FurseI can understand both sides, yes we need them thinned out. But vehicles driving around with huge mounds of coyotes on them does look bad for us. I think it's a great idea. Maybe we should handle it a little more discreetly3 days ago   ·  1
Jason LongwayI am for coyote hunting contest. As hunters we need to stick together on these issues. Whether you disagree or not. The people against these things will not stop there. Has anyone here been in a Buck pool. Very similar, killing deer for money. Don't think that won't be next. Or how about the constant attacks on our trapping heritage. They won't stop with these assaults on our rights.3 days ago
Lonny KirkLots of people coyote hunt and they are going to weather there is a contest or not. This is just a chance to get together. Plus it's nature to see who is the best But what's after this big bucks contest bass tournaments or hunting and fishing all together3 days ago
Cameron BakerBeen hunting a coyote tournament in Northwest Tennessee for 7 years now. I have no objection to contests to thin out predator populations. Coyotes are thick here so the more we kill, the better in my opinion.3 days ago
Shawn HannaIn Kansas it was decided when it was for money it was considered gambling and that's how they got it stopped. If there were other prizes or something if the sort they could probably still have them. But it was all pushed by the anti's so who knows.3 days ago
Richard RodriguezI think it sucks honestly. I love in new Mexico and we need to get people motivated to put a bit of damage to coyote populations around here. There are tons where I live3 days ago

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Carey HirteDon't spear yourself in the leg tonight, just sayin'4 days ago   ·  3
Tom MiracleMy son caught today on ratltrap. 5 lbs. U catch anything.4 days ago   ·  5
Todd GuittarI hope you left your Cold Steel Spear at home ,knowing you it will pierce the hull and you will have a Titanic situation on your hands. If that happens, I guarantee Mrs. Wells will leave you for Brian 'Pigman' Quaca. ....... Stay dry Tim!!4 days ago   ·  1
Levi SarffYou only took her so she could plug all the leaks!4 days ago   ·  3
Neal JohnsonWow, big spender! I tried that, I'd b in the H2O...4 days ago   ·  1
John HagamonIf the boat is rocking don't come knocking4 days ago   ·  1
Somchay PraseutLol what's up with the hay4 days ago   ·  1
Bob MullenYour definitely a high roller, Tim4 days ago   ·  2
Leslie HunsingerQuite the romancer you are4 days ago   ·  1
Grant JenkinsWudja catch?4 days ago   ·  1
Cory RodriguezTrying for crappie4 days ago   ·  1
Tom KelteschLooks like she's enjoying herself.4 days ago   ·  1
Zach PritchardCaptain Stabbin4 days ago   ·  4
George ParcellWhy do you not have the woman paddling4 days ago   ·  1
Dean HohmanNICE! An evening on the yacht with a lady with nice feet...perfect!4 days ago   ·  1
Marvin GoodwinDid you try the ol " oops I think we're out of gas " ???? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚4 days ago   ·  1
Gary SlatonLifestyles of the rich and infamous4 days ago   ·  1
Shane Rickshaw WilliamsSuch a big spender romantic you are4 days ago   ·  1
Rob AdelmannNice boat4 days ago   ·  1
Billy Klockwhats the pail for Tim, you sea sick :P4 days ago   ·  1
Billy Klockgot to love spring <34 days ago   ·  1
Bill HollisYou lived I see!4 days ago   ·  1
Tim FieldsCatch anything bud?4 days ago   ·  1
Barry CullotyNothing wrong with that, makes room for the nice hunting/fishing trips at other times, cant have top shelf all the time. Besides if the company is top shelf, nothing else matters!3 days ago
Will BrickerWhat's up with the straw in the boat??? Hmmm is someone planing on a romp in the hay tonight?? You know blankets are less scratchy!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚3 days ago

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He answered with a lone howl but then all was quiet. I scanned the forest for movement. Not a bird flaring for cover. The squirrels were silent. Neither hide nor hair of the alfa male could be seen. Still, I waited. I was in his lair. Again, I barked another challenge. He never replied. Time slowly passed. He was testing my will but then, he appeared. Circling down wind the skilled hunter used the cover to shield his approach. Although unseen his keen sense of hearing had pinpointed his opponent. He knew I was close, but where? Nearly fifty meters out, he kept his distance all the while bobbing his head side to side picking the forest apart. Approaching my wind, I drew as he passed behind an dead fall and waited. For a moment he paused to sniff the cold thermals. Then finally, he stepped into a window of death. The killer heard it coming but only caught a glimpse of the deadly bird before it pierced his right side. His blood had spattered a vivid path to follow. I trailed him to a fork in the valley. Now alone, I stopped and smiled, for far below me against a frozen creek bank, I could see the trails end. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tony EppsKnow You probably won't read this But you tell these stories and I can imagine I'm there with you watching feeling and hearing the same things incredible job1 week ago   ·  20
Rob SampleMore of the mighty word porn from an amazing story loved it! Not kissing ur ass or nothing but I think your taking some college courses lol1 week ago   ·  1
Eric GrosekI love your posts man, so good. I can hear your voice in my head stating these words as I read them, distinguishable kinda like Morgan Freeman's. Awesome!1 week ago   ·  3
Roma LoudermilkMan Tim, I'm reading what you wrote and looking at this pic and thinking "What a trophy......a coyote that howls like a wolf!"1 week ago   ·  1
Ryan M BeesonRumors have it..where ever your boots have tread..alot things wound up DEAD!.......1 week ago   ·  4
Colten EdmondPerfect timing I'm literally sitting in the brush listing to my coyote call while I read this1 week ago   ·  2
Mark Davis Sr.Wow with writing like this and shooting like that, you could be a host of an outdoor show.1 week ago   ·  2
Paul W. RoseNice Tim. Great story telling. Love your show. Watch out for falling objects.1 week ago   ·  12
Shane WhiteTim you are truly blessed.... Beautiful family and get to hunt all over the world and the best bowhunter ever..1 week ago   ·  3
Bill MercerNice job Tim but your writing is starting to sound like a woman wrote it. We need more blood and guts!1 week ago   ·  3
James RobinsonI love your show. I think you are the best bow hunter ever. At least in my time.1 week ago   ·  1
Dennis LaitinenNice job,do you sell the hides?What do you do with your old bows when you get new ones,I am thinking of starting classes to teach first time hunters any ideas?1 week ago   ·  1
Brad Loomis& the smeared log also with blood. For I'm Tim wells Tim wells he said. Ha ha ha haaaaaa!1 week ago   ·  1
Chris BartonWhen you comming back up to Canada get a big dog1 week ago   ·  2
Rich McQuillenOK Tim, did your wife write this ? Masterfully written1 week ago   ·  1
Jim HarveyI need a Musher hat. Skin him and send it to me.1 week ago   ·  1
Kellan PhelpsYou should be an author1 week ago   ·  1
Kyle BallardEver killed a coyote with a spear?1 week ago   ·  1
Mike AustinYou had me at lone howl.1 week ago   ·  1
Nicole WoodsNice slock1 week ago   ·  2
Jeff PhilyawSir slock alot, strikes again.1 week ago   ·  3
Rusty ParkinsonPaw paw Tim tell is another story1 week ago   ·  1
Scott BarrWas he thirsty. ??1 week ago   ·  2
Steven M. MillerKill them all1 week ago   ·  1
Pat RocketsSo you didnt spear yerself?1 week ago   ·  1

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The New Oneida Phoenix is now available. Testing shows, it out performed any bow I've ever held. From ducks to bucks its the first bow capable of converting a shooter from sights to instinctive shooting with a minimal learning curve. You can use a release or fingers with no pinch. You can now bow fish with the same bow you elk hunt with. The Phoenix is fast, quiet and just ask this speed demon duck how deadly it really is. No wait, he's dead. #OneidaBows #supporthunting #wingshot ... See MoreSee Less

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Russell MooreOh man , I loved my Onieda Tomcat but was hard to keep tuned ! How's the tuning on this model ?2 weeks ago   ·  1
Carey HirteLove Oneida!!! They gonna hafta name one "Twittering Woodcock". Never mind, probably a bad idea2 weeks ago   ·  1
Tim SanowI can't praise Oneida bows enough. I have been a longbow shooter all my life, shoulder injuries kept me at a #43 draw weight. I went and shot a 50# Oneida and fell in love, very smooth draw, no finger pinch, very adjustable weight and draw, no need for a bow press to work on it, and most importantly for me the let off no lets me shoot 50# with no shoulder pain. Let em' fly and watch em' die!2 weeks ago   ·  79
Jon BevansIt is a great bow but if it out performs any bow you have ever shot, you haven't shot top bows. It's 30-50 ft slower than other bows. That is a huge drop when hunting out west or long range shooting2 weeks ago   ·  1
Rick GreeneDid they ever get them quiet? They made for great bow fishing rigs, fish don't jump the string.2 weeks ago   ·  2
Danny SpurlockLook I'm going to report you to the( D.D. that's dumb democrats.) If you got more than 10 arrows in your qiver.Tim you you can't go around with something that dangerous.lol2 weeks ago   ·  1
David LeistHave had my Phoenix about a week. Love this thing. JP definitely did s good job. I shoot fingers instinctive too for 30 years. I own 24 Oneidas. Great bows2 weeks ago   ·  2
Will BurrowsNo way in hell i can ever hope to spend almost $2k on a bow... even if i hit the mega millions i wouldnt...2 weeks ago   ·  1
Todd A RivoireIt's hard to find dealers anymore! My first bow was a tomcat.!! I loved it.!2 weeks ago   ·  1
Shane Rickshaw WilliamsNeed to test it on the cobia and rays soon.....2 weeks ago   ·  3
Matt RoseTim do you always have a smoke stack coming outta your head??2 weeks ago   ·  9
Troy DawsonLove the picture what power plants in the background ?2 weeks ago   ·  1
Justin PetersToo bad they're 12 hundo what a crock2 weeks ago   ·  1
Steve DamicoI still shoot mine every once in a while & it still shoots good .2 weeks ago   ·  1
Sean M AlordaI shoot no sights sights r for sissy lol2 weeks ago   ·  2
Justin MeachamLooks like a good spot!! Need to take me sometime πŸ‘2 weeks ago   ·  3
Weston AlsethUh oh...what happened with Mathews???2 weeks ago   ·  1
Tim ValentineSo are you done with Mathews ?2 weeks ago   ·  1
Bobby SandersI wish I could afford one2 weeks ago   ·  1
Nick CooperYou're the man Tim!!! 🏹2 weeks ago   ·  1
Chance Robertson20 year old Oneida2 weeks ago   ·  2
Brian CarazoHow much for one?!2 weeks ago   ·  1
Dan ToddNo more Mathews???2 weeks ago   ·  1
Chris ScallionI needs one! But....-$$$.2 weeks ago   ·  2
Edward MikrutThe Nuge was shooting Oneida bows years ago . Not sure what he shoots nowdays. Thinks he's shot them all at one time or another2 weeks ago   ·  3

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Relentless PursuitSome pictures don't need captions.2 weeks ago   ·  13
Isaac Clayton-fordI'm sure that guy qualifies to star in game of thrones πŸ˜ƒ2 weeks ago   ·  2
Joel SilversAre those skinny jeans Buck has on !! LMAO2 weeks ago   ·  5
Chuck PockatI am HE-MANNN!!!.... LMAO. No seriously, Congratulations!2 weeks ago   ·  1
Cory GortonThat hair though...looks like a bi curious superhero. No offense Buck2 weeks ago   ·  14
Justin GondolaI have the power of Grey Skull!2 weeks ago   ·  3
Joseph SylvestriIf I ever had a hero, he's it2 weeks ago   ·  1
Jeff MillerBuck "Wild" does it again!2 weeks ago   ·  1
Mike BeatyHe slocked him2 weeks ago   ·  1
Jason ThiesBUCK!!!!!2 weeks ago   ·  1
Scottie SanvickAtta boy Buck!!2 weeks ago   ·  1
Cheryl SuggsLol...amazing 😜2 weeks ago   ·  1
Rick DerrickMy favorite hunter on tv2 weeks ago   ·  1
Brad HuffHard Ass.2 weeks ago   ·  1
Kerry L ThomasFresh sushi!2 weeks ago   ·  1
Jeff PhilyawBy the power of greyskull!!!!2 weeks ago   ·  3
Mike YodoHe should dye his beard he would look savage2 weeks ago   ·  1
Danny SpurlockRunning through the jungle.lol2 weeks ago   ·  1
Jackie Hendersonnow thats good2 weeks ago   ·  1
Casey ShieldsI'm going to do my hair and beard just like Buck.2 weeks ago   ·  1
Mike JonesThat's hard to do2 weeks ago   ·  1
Tim FieldsThe carp assasin2 weeks ago   ·  1
Mike RichImpressive!2 weeks ago   ·  1
Jamie McdanielDoes he not have a rod and reel its so much more fun that's just killing .2 weeks ago   ·  1
Morteza NorouziYour rabbit calling video in California was great. Those guys can call rabbits like a boss.2 weeks ago

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