Get That Yote! 11th Annual Coyote Cull Starts Now

To enter, you'll need to take a picture with your dead coyote and the current May issue of GON magazine.

GON Staff | May 6, 2024

Laura Brown with her Coyote Cull entry from Haralson County last year. Laura won a CVA rifle in the 2023 Coyote Cull drawing.

Want to win a gun, $500 cash, a tripod, binoculars or $300 online gift card? All that’s needed to enter is a dead coyote—and a photo with the hunter or trapper holding up this May issue of the magazine or the upcoming June and July issues.

This is the 11th year of GON’s Coyote Cull effort. It begins with this May issue and continues through June and July. Any household can have up to three entries—one each with a picture of the May, June and July issues of GON.

The goal of Coyote Cull is to raise awareness of the impacts on wildlife from this non-native, invasive species in Georgia. We conduct the Coyote Cull this time of year because fawns and turkey poults are young and extremely vulnerable to coyotes.

We allow only one entry per month per household so prizes aren’t all won by commercial trappers or predator-control experts. They could flood the drawing with entries, and they are killing plenty of coyotes already and are getting paid to do it. This is for average sportsman who wants to do something positive about a non-native, invasive species. See entry instructions and details on the opposite page.

After the July 15, 2024 entry deadline, a random drawing will determine who wins the following prizes:

• Kopfjäger K800 Carbon Fiber Tripod with Reaper Grip: The Kopfjäger K800 Carbon Fiber Tripod with Reaper Grip Kit includes an ultra-lightweight tripod and Reaper Grip rest. The tripod weighs just 3.85 pounds and is crafted of carbon-fiber composite material and features 4-level leg extensions with lever locks. The Reaper Grip boasts an adjustable, pivoting grip designed to accommodate both tapered and straight stocks and chassis without allowing recoil movement. The K800 provides 360-degree smooth pan and a tilt range of 109 degrees and is built to handle harsh environments. This prize provided by Georgia-based Kenzie’s Optics ( retails for $599.97.

• Leupold BX-1 McKenzie HD 10X42 Binoculars: A quality 10x bino is hard to beat, delivering significant magnification in a lightweight package. With the perfect field of view for dense brush and enough power for long-range detection, the BX-1 McKenzie HD 10x42mm in Mossy Oak Bottomland won’t disappoint. Provided by Kenzie’s Optics, the suggested retail price is $219.99. Visit Kenzie’s Optics at

• CVA Cascade Varmint Hunt Rifle: The new Cascade Varmint Hunter is tailor-made for the dedicated varmint specialist. Drawing inspiration from our Cascade Long Range Hunter model, the Cascade VH mirrors precision features, including a medium-heavy barrel contour and a fully-featured stock with a flat, wide forend, and customizable length-of-pull and comb height.

Its high-capacity magazine amplifies efficiency for varmint hunting, ensuring more shooting and less loading, all at an affordable price point. Visit for details. The suggested retail price of the CVA Cascade VH is $900.

• Trinity Custom Homes $500 Cash Prize: Offering more than 70 customizable home designs, Trinity has helped countless Southerners complete their dream of building a home on their own land. A longtime GON advertiser, Trinity has sponsored Coyote Cull since day one. For more info, call 888.818.0278 or visit

• $300 Gift Card At TrapShed Supply Co. is a family-run business based in north Georgia. TrapShed is committed to honoring the traditions of the trapping community by providing high-quality baits and lures, a full line of trapping supplies, and by giving each customer personalized service through their intuitive online experience and customer-first mentality.

A Coyote Cull entrant will win a $300 gift card for online purchases at, plus a TrapShed T-shirt and cap. Please visit

Easy To Enter!

The Coyote Cull is designed to be uncomplicated. It’s not a contest to kill the most coyotes or the biggest. There are no check stations. The prizes are simply a great incentive to get folks out right now doing what we should all be doing anyway—taking out some coyotes during the time of year when fawns and turkey poults are being born.

To enter, hunt or trap a coyote, and then email a picture to [email protected] showing the dead coyote and the hunter holding this May 2024 issue of GON, the upcoming June 2024 issue or the July 2024 issue. The email must include hunter’s name, hometown and county where the coyote was taken. There is no entry fee, and you don’t even have to buy the current issue—you can borrow one from a friend. The only reason we require that the hunter hold a current issue is so we know the coyote was killed during this three-month period of this year’s Coyote Cull.

One picture-entry per coyote—your buddy can’t take a picture with your coyote and enter. We will accept entries through July 15. The only rule is a limit of one entry per month, per household. If you enter this month holding the May GON, you (or someone from your household) can enter again the next two months holding the June or July issues. Maximum of three entries per household.

Your entry photo and details can also be mailed to GON Coyote Cull, PO Box 1379, Madison, GA 30650. No entries will be valid or accepted after July 15. Please call 800.438.4663 with questions.

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