LOL, maybe thats my problem. Havent called any in yet
Like I said before Ive only been out a couple times until last year, when I started in the winter after deer season. Got to go out 8-10 times heard a couple 'yotes never saw any. Called in a few red fox and a bobcat.
But I've been learning from my mistakes.
For instance, my cousin dave and I went out and I thought it would to sit a short distance apart, kinda like turkey hunting with a buddy calling for you.
Seemed like a good idea to me
, until I called in a fox and whispered to dave to shoot. I had followed its eyes moving through the woods for about 150yds and brought it out into the middle of a grassy gas well site.
When I told him to shoot he said he couldn't see it! 60 yards away standing in a opening in the knee high grass. He said where is it, I said right in the middle of the light, cant you see its eyes? I swear it stood there for a minute or two with eyes glowing and I could see it blinking. He finally found it and killed it.
Talkin with him afterward he said he never saw its eyes reflecting the spotlight even though to me they looked like flashlights.
Lesson I learned, If you're not close to the source of the light, you wont pick up the shine of its eyes.
Its alot of fun, Im looking forward to get out earlier and more often this year and hopefully learn some more.