Guido Brings First Female Coyote and Krug Brings First Crows into Rolfe Beagle Club’s Statewide Coyote and Crow Hunt
Photo 1 – John Guido poses with his female coyote harvest. Photo 2 – Steve Krug carries his crows.
Johnsonburg, Pa.: John Guido, of Virginia, harvested the first female coyote for Rolfe Beagle Club’s Statewide, 10-Day, Coyote and Crow Hunt from his camp in northern Pennsylvania. “I love coming back home to hunt,” said John. John harvested the 19.0# female coyote on Friday morning with a .243 rifle. John was hunting public lands in Elk County at harvest time. John uses only mouth diaphragm calls.
Steve Krug of St Marys brought crows in on Friday to enter the first crows, to date. Steve is an avid crow hunter and routinely has entries hard to beat in the crow portion of this hunt. Steve was hunting public land in Elk County when he called in the crows on Friday morning. Steve hunts crows with a 12-gauge shotgun.
Weigh-in is at 6:00 p.m. every day over the ten days of the Rolfe Beagle Club hunt, thru 9/9.