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Tips and Tricks for the Beginning Coyote Hunter
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Posted By: etammik
03/25/2015 2:32 pm
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Great article on Realtree.com about Rookie mistakes commonly made while Coyote hunting. LINK HERE.

To summarize:

  1. You’re Hunting Where There Are No Coyotes. Scouting helps! Spend some time looking for tracks, kill sites and scat.
  2. You’re Using the Wrong Call.
  3. You’re Not Seeing Them. Do not position yourself in a spot with low visibility!
  4. You’re Calling Too Much or Too Little.
  5. You’re Spoiling Your Setup. Stay quite, don’t wind yourself to your hunting area etc. you know the drill!
  6. You Don’t Have Enough Places To Hunt. Don’t wear out your South 40 with over pressure, talk to friends neighbors land owners. Most ranchers/ farm owners will welcome you with open arms when it comes to a little coyote population control!
  7. You’re Giving Up Too Soon
  8. You’re Hunting Pressured Dogs

 


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Reply By: mrbusybusy
03/25/2015 3:50 pm

You're giving up too soon!  That's my favorite, never give up :-)

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Reply By: MAX6
03/25/2015 5:18 pm

I guarantee I give up too early 80% of the time. LOL!

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Reply By: MAX6
03/25/2015 5:19 pm

What electric calls do people have luck with? If any?

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