Posts Tagged ‘coyote’

Predator Hunting Tips

Predator Hunting Tips

Rick Ward has hunted predators for thirty years. It wasn’t until he relocated to an urban area did he consider airguns for pursuing them. “Like most hunters I grew up with an airgun. I took small game asa youngster with several Crosman products,” said Ward. When he moved to Georgia he could heard the coyotes [...]


Fred Eichler Takes An Airgun To Kansas

Fred Eichler Takes An Airgun To Kansas

Fred Eichler was in Kansas in December 2012 hunting coyotes for Predator Nation and brought along the Benjamin Rogue .357 air rifle. Catch Predator Nation on the Sportsman Channel Tuesday’s @ 10:30am, Thursday’s @ 9:30pm and Friday’s @ 12:30am. Notice no magazine in the Rogue? Fred was using low scope mounts and it wouldn’t fit. [...]


Limiting Out With The Marauder

Limiting Out With The Marauder

Steve Holden (pictured above) and James Wagner of Veteran Predator Hunters have sent word that they have a coyote down on video and we can’t wait to bring it to you! Steve explains how it went down: “We were settling in for our second setup of the evening calling predators. We were in position for about [...]


Coyote By Breakfast

Coyote By Breakfast

Photos and article courtesy of Jim Chapman, Benjamin Prostaff and a popular outdoor writing contributor. Keep up with Jim at his website, American Airgun Hunter. Airgun Hunter BRIAN BECK is an expert on coyote, and used the Benjamin Rogue .357 to drop a nice late winter song dog on his first day hunting with the rifle! [...]


First Coyote With The Benjamin Rogue .357

First Coyote With The Benjamin Rogue .357

Benjamin Prostaffer and predator expert Barry Stewart knew it was only a matter of time before he would bag a desert coyote with the Rogue .357. “It wasn’t the coyote that was hard, it was waiting for the rifle,” said Stewart, who finally had one delivered in October to his doorstep in west Texas.  The [...]


Coyote With The Marauder .25

Coyote With The Marauder .25

The phrase “all hat and no cattle” does not apply to Barry Stewart of Texas.  When we asked him how long it would take him to get a coyote with an airgun, his response was to the point: “how soon can you get me the gun?” Barry shot this coyote last Tuesday on his ranch [...]