I would have to agree with some others. If they come in while I'm deer hunting with a bow then they better hope I miss. If I run out of arrows then I'm throwing any nearby hard objects. West Virginia (my native hunting region) had come overrun by them and that just was not the case when I was a kid learning about the woods and venturing out on my own. Fact is though they are everywhere I never see them. I hear them all the time but never see them. Perhaps if I worked on calling them in and actually hunted them it would be different. We have a year round season for them here to.. I don't think you even need a license of any sort to kill them but I could be wrong. The coyote is another big mistake of DNR and insurance companies (my personal opinion).