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    New guy

    Hey everybody I'm new to the sight, I'm from Massachusetts. I live on the border and was told coyote hunting is year round in Connecticut is this true? I would like to learn and start predator hunting this year. Looking to get some practice in.

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    Welcome to the site, and it's true. Best practice is to get out there and do it...good luck!!!

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    Welcome aboard.

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    Welcome, no limit on the dirty dogs, have at it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TooManyHobbies View Post
    Welcome, no limit on the dirty dogs, have at it.
    I noticed you like to metal detect, same here, I have a T2, a White's Eagle, and a coinmaster GT

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    Super Moderator Deadeye Logun S16 Champion, Backyard Shootout Champion TooManyHobbies's Avatar
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    Yeah, I was wondering what kind of relics you're after.
    I have a Whites MXT and a DetectorPro Headhunter Underwater. Love the water hunting. Haven't done too much yet this season between work and rain. And the water is still too c-c-cold for me.
    NOBODY EVER SHOT BAMBI....they shot his momma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TooManyHobbies View Post
    Yeah, I was wondering what kind of relics you're after.
    I have a Whites MXT and a DetectorPro Headhunter Underwater. Love the water hunting. Haven't done too much yet this season between work and rain. And the water is still too c-c-cold for me.
    I used to metal detect down south when I was stationed in the Army in North Carolina I mostly went for a civil war relics down there but up here it's mostly coin shooting and other things finding those Cellar holes down there I used to have a White's DFX

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