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Justin Crossley

Justin Crossley

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We had to wait until a little later in the evening to get started last night due to wind but we hunted until the sun came up and we had a great time.

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We ended up with five coyotes but definitely should have killed more.

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All in all, it was a great week hunting with my brother and we are already planning the next trip.
 

mt100gr.

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We had to wait until a little later in the evening to get started last night due to wind but we hunted until the sun came up and we had a great time.

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We ended up with five coyotes but definitely should have killed more.

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All in all, it was a great week hunting with my brother and we are already planning the next trip.
I saw that you were outfitted with a super yoter. Can you give a run down of your bro's weapon sight set up, please? And what were you guys scanning with? Thanks!
 
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I saw that you were outfitted with a super yoter. Can you give a run down of your bro's weapon sight set up, please? And what were you guys scanning with? Thanks!
Branden was using a Nightforce 2.5-10x42 NXS with a Steiner C35 clip on thermal in front. I can't remember the details on the rangefinder but it worked well.

The clip on was something he wanted to try out but I think he's going back to the Super Yoter. Simpler and easier.

For scanning, we were both using the Bering Phenom 640.
 

mt100gr.

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Branden was using a Nightforce 2.5-10x42 NXS with a Steiner C35 clip on thermal in front. I can't remember the details on the rangefinder but it worked well.

The clip on was something he wanted to try out but I think he's going back to the Super Yoter. Simpler and easier.

For scanning, we were both using the Bering Phenom 640.
Thanks Justin.
 
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