Freddy Frey is Highly Successful Hunter at Rolfe Beagle Club’s Statewide, 10-Day Coyote and Crow Hunt

Freddy Frey, from Duncannon, Pa., set the bar ‘high’ at Rolfe Beagle Club’s Statewide, 10-Day Coyote and Crow Hunt by harvesting four coyotes from Somerset County.  Freddy hunts mostly private lands and farmer’s fields.  “I have several thousand acres to hunt via farms in the area,” said Freddy, “and the farmers are appreciative that we can thin the coyotes.”

 

Freddy uses both an electronic call and mouth calls, and harvests with a .223 caliber rifle.  He harvested a coyote each morning of the 10-day hunt, to date – one each on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.  Freddy’s three male coyotes weighed 35.0 #, 34.0 #, and 26.2 #.  The female coyote weighed in at 29.2 #.

“I set a personal goal to harvest 50 coyotes this year, but now that I’ve exceeded that goal, I’m going to try and reach 100 coyotes.  The farmers really appreciate the service us coyote hunters provide.  The coyote I shot Sunday morning was my 80th coyote since the first of January.  I like helping farmers,” said Freddy.

Weigh-in is at 6:00 p.m. every day.  Categories include coyote, crow, and largest female coyote.  Additional information at the Facebook Page, Rolfe Beagle Club.