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Predator hunting tips or tactics?


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#1 OFFLINE   outdoorsman132

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Posted 02/04/13 - 05:36 PM

I am going to hit it hard next couple of weeks got the foxpro wildfire 2 the decoy that attaches and a new red led ive called in 2 yotes and 3/4 foxes only went out twice used one mouth call they stayed out of range and the white light would spook them I'm hoping all this new gear draws them in closer any tips or setups thanks
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#2 OFFLINE   runum n gunum

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Posted 02/04/13 - 05:43 PM

Good Luck:thumb_up:

#3 Male OFFLINE   Matty

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Posted 02/04/13 - 05:45 PM

Like any kind of hunting, but especially animals that are sensitive to human scent, (deer, bears, coyotes, etc) play the wind and think about your setup a lot.

Don't just sit down in an open area and call.

Then again, I couldn't kill a coyote if my name was Road Runner....so maybe you should just sit down in an open area with no concern for the wind. I haven't tried that yet. LOL Try "acme" safes and anvils too....

Seriously though, even though I couldn't hit one if my entire gun turned into shot pellets and went towards the animal, my friends and I have called a pretty good number into ranges of 40yds and under, with some at mere feet. Gotta play the wind.

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#4 OFFLINE   outdoorsman132

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Posted 02/04/13 - 05:51 PM

I normally go in spots where I see them during the day and have called them
In by ponds or in a huge open field sitting on a mound in the middle they just don't come close enough
Choot em :elch:

#5 Male OFFLINE   Matty

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Posted 02/04/13 - 05:54 PM

hanging up at 80-100 yards or so?

start barking or were vocal and go dead quiet?

They probably know you're there by scent.

If it makes you feel any better, it's probably the most difficult animal you can hunt in this state.

If you're too busy to hunt....You're too busy!

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Posted 02/04/13 - 05:58 PM

Hofully the fox pro helps me out they sit or go a couple yards then turn but that happens around 80 what calls would help
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Posted 02/04/13 - 06:02 PM

A certain call won't help. It's in the setup.

Whatever you're doing to get them that close is enough to get them all the way in. Just the setup is not quiet right.

Some more encouragement for you:

Know why a box of dead coyote rounds is so expensive? It's a lifetime supply! lol

My friend bronzed the three he put in his gun the past ten years and now he wears them around his neck on a chain as he drinks away the frustrations of coyote hunting at the local bar.

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#8 OFFLINE   birdshotnj

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Posted 02/04/13 - 06:22 PM

Know why a box of dead coyote rounds is so expensive? It's a lifetime supply! lol

So true. I bought so many boxes when I first started. I'd say about 90% of them are still untouched

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Posted 02/10/13 - 08:24 AM

It's a tuff hunt but when you get one its so rewarding.
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#10 OFFLINE   Meshach

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Posted 02/10/13 - 09:17 AM

acme safes and anvils thats excellent best laugh ive had in a few days




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