Editors’ Picks: Top 10 Predator Xtreme Stories from 2022

The Year in Review: Our Editors’ Favorite Articles from 2022.

Editors’ Picks: Top 10 Predator Xtreme Stories from 2022

As we close the door on another year, it’s fun to look back at some of the top Predator Xtreme stories of 2022. Some of these are articles you clicked on, liked and shared the most during the past 12 months. Others on the list are simply those deemed best by our editorial team. Did your favorites make the cut?

10. Scattered Thoughts: A Very Supportive Wife

Some better halves are better than others.



9. Ultramarathon Runner Attacked by Coyote During Race

World acclaimed endurance runner loses foot race with cantankerous canine with a sweet tooth.



8. Predator Xtreme 2022 Readers’ Choice Awards

Like a pack of coyotes yipping, yapping and howling, the readers of Predator Xtreme have spoken, and the results are in!



7. Opinion: Post Pandemic New Normal

Will life after the pandemic be nothing more than a real-life version of the hit movie “Groundhog Day?”



6. Louisiana Nutria Rodeo Wrangles Swap Rats

About 200 hunters brought in some 1,900 nutrias, also known as swamp rats, in the annual Nutria Rodeo in Louisiana.



5. Beginners’ Guide to Using E-callers

Electronic callers can level the playing field for those fur hunters new to the game or those lacking the confidence to use mouth-blown calls.



4. Invisible Public Land Coyotes

Pressured canines often require a shift in hunting strategies — especially if you’re pursuing them on public property.



3. Eastern Coyote Myths — And How to Bust ’Em!

Shattering these eight popular fur taker fallacies will put you on course to drop the hammer on more Eastern coyotes.



2. Gray Wolves Relisted — Again

A California judge reverses 2020 federal delisting — putting a strangle hold on states dealing with escalating gray wolf populations.



1. Video: Wolves Attack Elk — Hunter Evens the Score

Apex predators become prey when they interfere with a backcountry elk hunt.



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