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Steven Johnson, 32, of Oakville, nabbed this coyote in his backyard using an electronic "field mouse in distress" call Saturday night. Johnson shot it with a 7mm bolt-action rifle with a red predator light attached to the scope.

Steven Johnson, 32, of Oakville, nabbed this coyote in his backyard using an electronic "field mouse in distress" call Saturday night. Johnson shot it with a 7mm bolt-action rifle with a red predator light attached to the scope. Johnson was the subject of a recent story by Chronicle Sports Editor Eric Trent on hunting coyotes. You can read that story at the link below: 

Oakville Hunter Turns His Sights to Coyotes

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The coyote Oakville resident Steven Johnson shot with a red predator light shining on it.

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