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joe De Fazio replied to RJ Roberts's discussion Coyote Hunting
"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"
Oct 26, 2020

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