Clay Webster (Erie) harvested the heaviest coyote at 11 a.m. Sunday, the final day of the hunt. It was a 48.50-pound male.
Dayton Ward (Clearfield) finished in second place with a 46.75-pound male that he killed at 10:30 a.m. Friday.
And, Matt Shimel (Clearfield) came in third place with a 46.65-pound male that he killed at 10:30 a.m. Friday.
Jeremy Bisbee (Erie) harvested the heaviest female coyote at 9 a.m. Saturday. It was 43.60 pounds.
The association had 4,812 registered hunters with total prize monies of $48,120.
Fifty percent was divided among all hunters who harvested a coyote. The other $19,248 was divided up 50 percent, 30 percent and 20 percent to the top three place winners.
Webster was awarded $9,624 for first place; Ward, $5,774.40 for second place; and Shimmel $3,849.60 for third place.
Also, Bisbee received $9,624 for weighing in the heaviest female. With a total of 225 coyotes brought in, prize money of $86 was awarded per dog.
A complete list of the results can be viewed here or in the PDF viewer below.