Chris Larson from our parent company www.foremosthunting.com just posted a really interesting article about predator control. The article questioned how effective trying to control coyotes and foxes really is. You can read Chris's article here: http://goo.gl/6pAZ5.
One of the reasons I got into coyote hunting to begin with was I felt like it was one way I could help "restore" the deer population in the area I hunt. I would love to hear some of your thoughts on Chris's article. I'm a big believer in habitat restoration as well but I have to believe that one less coyote that eats one less fawn or turkey equates to one more turkey or deer coming hunting season. Is it a useless ambition? I would love to hear your comments!