Now is a great time to hunt coyotes. Their fur is in prime condition and food is becoming more scarce, making them more vulnerable to a call. Also, it’s a great way to break the winter doldrums and maybe hear a turkey gobble.
The gentleman above took five songdogs in one day. He gives up some of his secrets in this post from Predator Xtreme.
It was a cold calm morning in Kansas. My gear was all ready and I was walking into my first stand of the morning on public ground. I got set up and blew one series of cottontail distress on a mouth call and a coyote showed up in front of me out in the grass. One shot later and my first coyote was down! I did some coyote pup distress to see if any more would show, but not here.
I traveled to my next stand at a public walk-in area and made my second stand of the day. I made the same initial series of cottontail distress and just a couple of minutes later coyote number two showed up. With careful aim, I watched the coyote drop just after I pulled the trigger on my .204… [continued]
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