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Old 03-22-2010, 6:33 PM
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Default best blm coyote hunting land near hollister, ca

hey guys, ok so does anyone know the nearest blm land that has the best coyote hunting spots? just got the redfield revolution in the mail and its being mounted tonight. please all info is very helpful.
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Old 03-22-2010, 6:58 PM
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hey guys, ok so does anyone know the nearest blm land that has the best coyote hunting spots? just got the redfield revolution in the mail and its being mounted tonight. please all info is very helpful.
Head down to the nearest BLM office and pick up some maps, if theres not a BLM office near you, you can order them off the website.

Youll never find coyotes searching the web, youve gotta put in some windshield time and spend some shoe leather if you want it to happen.
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Old 03-22-2010, 7:42 PM
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What he said!
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clear creek, San benito county that's all blm threw out there dude.

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damn! I am pissed, i thought for once somebody was gonna make a thread announcing the "best blm coyote hunting land near hollister, ca" not ask where there is such a place!



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Old 03-23-2010, 11:27 AM
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Good luck in your search.
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Old 03-23-2010, 5:03 PM
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Conden peak, Laguna mountain, Williams hill, Stockdale mountain, New Idria. All in your area within 20min to an hour
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ok so have any of you guys bagged a coyote at any of those places listed above? of course im going to recon, but im not the one with the truck so im trying to be efficent with this via some tips.
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clear creek, San benito county that's all blm threw out there dude.
Cleer Creek is closed due to "Unsafe Asbestos Levels". So I guess it's asbestos you don't go there.
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Old 03-24-2010, 12:55 PM
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ok so have any of you guys bagged a coyote at any of those places listed above? of course im going to recon, but im not the one with the truck so im trying to be efficent with this via some tips.
There is a BLM office right there in Hollister. Stop by and you can get the maps and info you need. Plus you might actually get to talk to someone you knows the area very well. I've always had good experiences with the office staff there. They are very helpful.
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They all have piles of coyotes. The one thing public land has plenty of is coyotes. Nobody really hunts coyotes round here. Get a decent call and set up. One good place I forgot to mention is the Indians area of the los padres national forest. Its on the back side of liggett.
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ok cool thanks, yea im gonna stop by the office friday on the way to salinas
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Ok what does BLM mean?
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Bureau of Land Management.
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I heard that you can't do threw the old mining camp any more either that was a cool place to drive threw at night ooooo spooky~
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I think Clear Creek is only closed to dirt bikes, which is a total buzzkill.
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I think Clear Creek is only closed to dirt bikes, which is a total buzzkill.
Nope...I checked with the Hollister BLM office. Closed to ALL traffic. Unless something has changed since I spoke with them about 3 months ago.
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100% true. Clear Creek Management Area is 100% closed. Several old threads discuss this. Current status is waiting for BLM to finish analysis of public comments and produce a new Management Plan.
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ok so have any of you guys bagged a coyote at any of those places listed above? of course im going to recon, but im not the one with the truck so im trying to be efficent with this via some tips.
I have a truck that will go pretty much anywhere. Hit me up if you need help getting to a place off the beaten path.
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100% true. Clear Creek Management Area is 100% closed. Several old threads discuss this. Current status is waiting for BLM to finish analysis of public comments and produce a new Management Plan.
Yeah. It'll probably take about 5 years to "analyze" public comments, and another 5 years to draft a new management plan.
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Yeah. It'll probably take about 5 years to "analyze" public comments, and another 5 years to draft a new management plan.
And then another 5 years for comments on the draft, and another 5 years for another draft and...
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