Coyote hunters in North Carolina might soon be able to go nocturnal for ‘yotes and feral pigs if a proposal being considered by the state wildlife commission passes.

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Coyote-haters, here’s the news you’ve been waiting for. North Carolina wildlife officials are considering expanding the time when coyotes could be hunted. At a time of increasing complaints from urban residents across the Southeast about the increasing coyote population, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is proposing that coyotes — along with feral pigs — could be hunted at night. It is not clear how the proposal would affect residents in Charlotte and other urban areas, where the use of firearms and archery equipment is limited by law. Coyote hunting is legal in North Carolina, with no limits, except that it must take place during daytime.

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Is nighttime coyote hunting legal in your state? If so, have you considered trying it?