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It has been a tough October for us in terms of pumping out videos. We are calling in the usual amount of fall season coyotes but they aren’t cooperating once we put the camera lens on them. Fortunately, this one decided to veer from the norm and do everything he is supposed to do.
I am new to the predator hunting world. I have always wanted to do it but haven't jumped for the set up until recently. I have purchased a .223, calls, light for night hunting and have done a ton of research, as well as watching coyote hunting videos from calling the country. In my opinion they seem to be very knowledgeable and as informational as videos come. I have a buddy who traps and has frozen his pelts to sell green (has yet to bring them to a buyer). I finally sprung into predator hunting to help out the deer, turkey, and rabbit population on my new farm in Schoharie county which is over run with coyote and bobcats as well as my hometown spots in Putnam county, but figure if I can make a few bucks and use the animal after harvest its a win win. I was wondering who sells green vs going through the stretching, drying, and tanning process themselves and why? Also if there is a annual fur buyer in the southern tier, I have been looking it up but haven't found any information on that as of yet.
Hey thanks for having me here and i hope to get and give as much help and info as possible. so far looks like a great site with a very user friendly layout. is there any app for android phones for mobile use? are there any fellow hunters from the chemung waverly area?