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Upstate New York Coyote Hunting Ends With a Point Blank Shot [VIDEO]

This eastern coyote is reluctant to come in, and for good reason.

Eric and Jerrod from DownWindOutdoors are hunting coyotes in upstate New York when they encounter a wary eastern coyote.

When the dog finally comes into the open, Jerrod makes an awesome shot. Watch the video to see it for yourself.

The hunters in this video demonstrate the importance of patience when chasing eastern coyotes. Western predator hunters typically stay at a calling location for only 15-20 minutes. Eastern coyote hunters like these guys often call from one location for up to an hour.

This coyote’s approach is typical of coyotes in the northeast. They come in slow and sneaky, so hunters looking to kill one should keep their eyes peeled and remain as still as possible to avoid being picked off.

Upstate New York Coyote Hunting Ends With a Point Blank Shot [VIDEO]