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Is there anyone interested in hunting some coyote on my property in Caledon?

We have 24 acres of bush and there is lots of them here. We hear them at all times of the day.

Please contact me at rjr912@hotmail.com

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Hi Robert,

I would be more than happy to help you out. Coyote hunting is a passion of mine. I am mature, responsible, insured through- O.F.A.H.  and will be respectfull of you and your property. Please let me know if interested. I am also available through the week, as I work nights.

Thanks,

Mike McPhee  (519) 749-2482

Greetings,

I know this post is 7 years old, but I am more than happy to help out.  I am a responsible middle school teacher who is an avid hunter. 

I can be reached at 416-804-5965

Joe De Fazio

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