Predator Hunting: A Humbling Journey

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  • Chris's avatar

    Amen to that, I went years before I actually called in a coyote. Don’t give up, pay attention to the wind….the wind is everything.

  • Cody's avatar

    @Chris thank you man, any tips or tricks are greatly appreciated

  • Coyote's avatar

    Not easy is why I like it so much. Coyotes can beat me.

  • Coyote's avatar

    Another thing is your hunting one part of a coyotes territory while they are at another so they may not even be around to be called in.

  • Coyote's avatar

    Hide the vehicle. It’s best they don’t see it. Don’t hunt near a road, you got to walk away from roads all while not being detected.

  • Tom's avatar

    My first setup will be Saturday morning. Can’t wait. Happy hunting

  • Cody's avatar

    @Tom good luck my man! Bring a little extra patience and luck with ya haha

  • Cody's avatar

    @Coyote thank you for the advice!!

  • Coyote's avatar

    I’ve been doing this for 19 years. I’m here to advise and answer questions. That being said I do not know why eastern coyotes can be harder to call in than western coyotes.

  • Cody's avatar

    @Coyote obviously I know very little but from the reading I’ve been doing on it it’s said that because a lot of them are the hybrid mixed with wolves they are a little different but mainly because of the smaller population of them around my region in the NE vs the population of them in the Midwest

  • Coyote's avatar

    I spent my first 15 years hunting highly educated coyotes. There was a lot more luck than skill involved in getting coyotes. As a result of hunting educated coyotes I hunt every coyote like it knows everything I know. And still they can beat me.

  • Wesley's avatar

    @Cody I struggled for a long while but found more success when I switched from intermittently running the call to just leaving it going as well as hunting adjacent to creeks - I’m in Georgia though for what it’s worth!

  • Coyote's avatar

    Start at low volume and increase it slowly over time. As soon as you see a coyote back to lower volume.

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