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Is there a bounty being payed on coyotes in Ohio?

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 I can't find anywhere that say's there is a bounty but I'm sure there are fur buyers in your area who will take the whole animal. Around here they will anyway for the same price or maybe alittle less than for just the pelt. Ohio does have an open season with no set limit on how many you can have. The last time I checked here in Iowa it was kill on sight for coyotes. You can call fur buyers to get the prices or check the Ohio DNR website for more info. Good luck.

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