Mathews Inc.
night yotes
Kansas
Contributors to this thread:
keepemsharp 01-Jan-21
One Arrow 01-Jan-21
Thornton 01-Jan-21
5ks 02-Jan-21
One Arrow 02-Jan-21
Dale06 11-Jan-21
MDW 11-Jan-21
Chief 11-Jan-21
From: keepemsharp
01-Jan-21
Bought the 2.50 tag for artificial lights, don't know how much I will use it. Does anyone have any experience with thermal scopes or binos that don't break the bank?

From: One Arrow
01-Jan-21
I bought an ATN 4K... less than $700. I’d say 150 yards you could easily identify a coyote from a dog.

From: Thornton
01-Jan-21

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Shot one in the afternoon today. I'm definitely looking into buying a night scope. Thermal looks the way to go, but they are over $4k

From: 5ks
02-Jan-21
I’ve done it for years in Texas no thermal or night vision just a red light

From: One Arrow
02-Jan-21
You can get into thermal for way less than $4k

From: Dale06
11-Jan-21
Talked to a friend that is a 40 plus year very experienced coyote caller. He calls a lot at night in Colorado. He night called some in west central Ks last week. He saw and heard several other hunters that were “educating” coyotes. He never heard or saw a single coyote.

From: MDW
11-Jan-21
For all these folks getting into night hunting, Dale06 is probably right that they are educating the coyotes. Probably be a lot of night vision / thermal for sale later this spring.

From: Chief
11-Jan-21
Night hunting? With rifles, from a vehicle most of the time I'm would guess. Why? It makes no sense at all to me.

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