- - Coyote hunting?
|buckfever ||05-21-2007 11:51 AM |
what is the best knowledge or techniques for hunting the coyotes? something like a rabbit in distress or injured call? or just knowing where they den and hang out at?
|HunterMiller ||05-21-2007 03:38 PM |
I normally use some distress early in the year then switch to vocalizations later in the year when the breeding takes place. You still have to do scouting. Using the wind is extremely important. My rifle of choose is a 22-250 but many others are used and liked by other hunters. When in thick cover I use a 12 gauge. If you have any questions I would be more than happy to try to answer them for you.
|buckfever ||05-21-2007 03:48 PM |
i am hoping to get to go try to hunt them sometime this year. never been before. ive heard alot on my lease and seen some several different times. when you scout what are looking for?
|HunterMiller ||05-22-2007 06:56 AM |
I look for trails they use. Entrance and escape routes. I also try to search a little for possible dens. You can glass hillside at midday and might see one napping under a shade tree. But I want to know if there will be coyotes in the vicinity when I am calling. If you have some farmers around I am sure that they probable have coyote problems and would love to have them thinned out and they have almost all the information you need to kill some coyotes on their farm.
|buckfever ||05-22-2007 05:20 PM |
thank you much
|HunterMiller ||05-23-2007 06:41 AM |
No Problem. I hope you have good luck when ever you try it and I am sure that you will be hooked.
|joel the signman ||05-25-2007 06:00 AM |
2 websites to check out are varmit al its a bit ecclictic but worthwile and predator masters :thumbup:
|HunterMiller ||05-25-2007 07:52 AM |
I don't know why all that stuff came with the link but as long as it works I am ok with it.
|critter gitter ||05-26-2007 04:39 PM |
I would like to hunt bobcat but we need a permit to hunt them too.
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