The actual call sound has little impact on their curiosity, though they are very familier with what a baby rabbit sounds like when getting its butt tore up. If your downwind side is brushed in, you could have 10 yotes come in and never see them, rarely have I had one come in all the way without circling down wind.
Another huge factor is their "education", if you are on a place that calls them all the time, they know that routine well by now.
You may be better spending the $300 for a hog hunt, yotes can be a much bigger challenge until you get a feel for it.
BTW, I have never notice high winds to be a huge negative outside of calling sound range, doesn't seem to bother them like it can deer.
A decoy set 30-40 yards in the direction you think they will come from can help big time, this draws their focus to the decoy and many times they won't circle far enough to wind you.
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