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Coyote question #5548778 01/18/15 12:28 AM
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i've shot a lot of coyotes in the last few years, but haven't called in too many of them. In the Spring I got a few with distress calls, but the majority of the dispatched coyotes came to bait or were traveling. So my question: what comes up next in coyote world? They'll start pairing up, I assume, but when? What calls should work best in January and February?


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Territory call and maybe a female coyote wimpering call


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They eat pretty much year round. Rabbits.


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603, there is a very good article in the American Hunter about calling for yotes. They suggest howls and yelps from yotes, which I am starting to use now. Ramsey nailed it. up

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I'll try it tomorrow. Got into the wine with the wife tonight.


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603, that will work with the howls, none of my business. LOL. Good luck!!!!

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I threw in a few coyote howls last night, and I could hear the coyotes closing in.

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Pup distress works pretty well.


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