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bs1984 04-23-2012 03:18 AM

coyote calls
 
What's a good call to use? I use the Johnny Stewart coyote Hooker closed Reed call but haven't had any luck with it yet any tips or advice

Durangokid 04-23-2012 04:05 AM

When you are calling and the Damn coyote is going away from you. The call is not working. Thats about all you need to know about calling coyotes.:rolleyes:

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bs1984 04-23-2012 05:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Durangokid
When you are calling and the Damn coyote is going away from you. The call is not working. Thats about all you need to know about calling coyotes.:rolleyes:

Ur quite a ass :rolleyes: ask for alittle advice and get sarcasm

PlaysWithZombies 04-23-2012 05:46 AM

I never use calls for coyotes but i know people who have a lot of luck with "rabbit in distress" recordings.

Durangokid 04-23-2012 06:38 AM

No you don't know correct advise when it is in front of you.:rolleyes:

krisko09 04-23-2012 10:20 PM

Start out with a howler. Wait 20 minutes or so then do some rabbit in distress. Or maybe some pup yips. Works great in illinois. Dont over do it though, they arent stupid. If you want some real good calling advice look into some Randy Anderson videos. That guy's a yote killing machine. He has a DVD called Mastering the Call or something like that where he does a great job teaching how to call.

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tri70 05-06-2012 02:14 PM

I really enjoy the Randy Anderson series of videos, I have the wholes series. The calls don't always works even if it's a good call. Coyotes are hard to figure out, the rabbit distess and coyote howls seam to be the best bet.

Here is a link to Randy's web site for some helpful videos;

http://www.callingcoyotes.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=3&Ite mid=5

Sniper03 05-06-2012 02:40 PM

1984,

Mr. Yote is a very wise predator. As Krisko stated I think the number one mistake is overdoing it. Even after you have mastered the call there are many factors that are in effect.

Proper Call Technique
Time of day
Weather Conditions
Wind Direction
With wind direction I like to remind the hunter! How far can a good bird dog smell a covey of quail or a pheasant when the wind is coming from the game to the dog! Yep a damn long way. I have experienced this occurring up to 75-100 yards on occasion. With that in mind the Yote is an ultimate hunter and his nose is much more effective than the normal domestic dog. That is how he survives. No one feeds him. So the wind and scent is a major consideration.
I use a rabbit mouth call as well as a Fox Pro Electronic Caller.
Lastly is how educated the Yotes are in the area you are calling.
How much they have been called and hunted.
But most important is consistency and time in the field hunting. You will learn from every experience just by paying attention to the actions of the coyotes and conditions of the hunt. He/She is a smart advisary!
And get a few of the Randy Anderson CDs.
Good Luck!

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tri70 05-06-2012 03:08 PM

Also, start of with soft sounds, don't blair out a full volume rabbit distress on an electonic caller. Try to keep it real, sometimes less is better.

krisko09 05-06-2012 06:18 PM

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Originally Posted by tri70
Also, start of with soft sounds, don't blair out a full volume rabbit distress on an electonic caller. Try to keep it real, sometimes less is better.

This is also smart tactic wise. If a yote is somewhat close and u blare a distress call, it'll know somethings up and avoid it. Start soft, so it think the animal is farther away and thus it will make its way in that direction. Wait a while and get louder. And dont just sit in one spot all day. I usually change my setup about every 2 hours and make it a 6-8 hr day.

Courage is not the lack of fear, but the willingness to continue despite that fear.


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