Coydog?

It could be an American Dingo a/k/a Carolina dog, a distinct breed now recognized by AKC. Originally found along the Savannah River basin in GA and SC. Beautiful dog. I have had the pleasure to meet a man who has one. When I saw it following him at a distance, I told him it looked a little like a coyote. He said he gets that comment all the time.
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I have had several black coyotes on trail cams that look just like that in Lincoln County.

GeorgiaGlockMan, you and I need to talk about those Lincoln County black coyotes as I have seen about 6-7 different times that I have had black coyotes on my trail cameras which are located more in the southern end of Lincoln County. I do believe that every one of them all had a "white" throat patch too.

I hope that ya'll might check out this thread BELOW about a HUGE BLACK COYOTE that actually went into my hog trap back in 2012. I was advised that it was possibly the largest coyote known around the state according to some of the DNR and LEO personnel that was there when it was officially weighed and examined by several people. I do believe that I still have all of the photos from this event as I think that this information was able to be successfully transferred without two many problems onto my new computer recently. It was a monster of a coyote for sure.

http://forum.gon.com/threads/black-coyote.948814/#post-11838108
 

Nicodemus

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GeorgiaGlockMan, you and I need to talk about those Lincoln County black coyotes as I have seen about 6-7 different times that I have had black coyotes on my trail cameras which are located more in the southern end of Lincoln County. I do believe that every one of them all had a "white" throat patch too.

I hope that ya'll might check out this thread BELOW about a HUGE BLACK COYOTE that actually went into my hog trap back in 2012. I was advised that it was possibly the largest coyote known around the state according to some of the DNR and LEO personnel that was there when it was officially weighed and examined by several people. I do believe that I still have all of the photos from this event as I think that this information was able to be successfully transferred without two many problems onto my new computer recently. It was a monster of a coyote for sure.

http://forum.gon.com/threads/black-coyote.948814/#post-11838108

Remember what I told you, Mike.
 
E E 444,

My place is swarming with coyotes. I sleep out there in a tent allot and most nights they get really annoying about 3or4am.

I had a black coyote give me the slip in the deer stand for the last 2 seasons. Just glimpses but I've seen them before on trail cameras. I'll round up a pic or 2 when I power up my puter.

I saw one run across the road outside athens that was the black with white patch and socks about a month ago.

They maybe more common than I want to admit or could convince anyone else of.
 

CurLee

Senior Member
GeorgiaGlockMan, you and I need to talk about those Lincoln County black coyotes as I have seen about 6-7 different times that I have had black coyotes on my trail cameras which are located more in the southern end of Lincoln County. I do believe that every one of them all had a "white" throat patch too.

I hope that ya'll might check out this thread BELOW about a HUGE BLACK COYOTE that actually went into my hog trap back in 2012. I was advised that it was possibly the largest coyote known around the state according to some of the DNR and LEO personnel that was there when it was officially weighed and examined by several people. I do believe that I still have all of the photos from this event as I think that this information was able to be successfully transferred without two many problems onto my new computer recently. It was a monster of a coyote for sure.

http://forum.gon.com/threads/black-coyote.948814/#post-11838108
Eagle Eye, the pictures of that coyote in the bed of a truck, what kind of truck was it?
 
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