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Coyote Hunting Canis latrans. Ky'ote. Ky'otee. Whatever you want to call it, it's one of the most popular predators hunted in the world today.

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Old 04-26-2018, 02:26 PM
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Default One Less Fawn Killler

Went for a couple evening stands. First stand details. Set up on a cattle watering hole that was about 200 yd sq. It had a patch of sage brush right in the middle. Set up electronic caller in the patch, let the area settle for 15 minutes or so, hit the dying jack for 30 seconds. Waited a couple of minutes and in came a nice dog on a fast lope. Blasted right by the call and brush patch. I barked at him a couple times. He looked around but, never stopped. Right into the sage brush he went. Waited a half hour before picking up gear and leaving. Truth be know he was in the brush still taking it all in as I left in frustration.
Second stand was in wide open country with tall dead grass. Temperature was falling as the evening was coming on. I sat up next to the only piece of sage brush for a square mile. Couple antelope fawn distress bleats repeated twice and this mutt came running in. Barked at her and she stopped. Not as smart as the earlier yote. She dropped like a bag of dirt!
They're around all year for the taking.
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Old 04-26-2018, 10:53 PM
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BAM!!!!! another fawn killer down. WTG
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1 hour before sunset and the antelope fawn distress call seem to be the ticket.
BAM! One more down.
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Congrats on your hunt and thanks for sharing.
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Old 05-05-2018, 10:36 AM
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This girl had no interest in the dying jack electronic call. She would give it a hard look but, wouldn't bite. Just followed the calves around and watched them. She meandered around aimlessly at 400 to 500 yards. Way out of range for me. Then I noticed she was stopping at sage rat/gopher holes and watching for activity. Went to the old stand by.....lip squeak. She trotted in and stopped. I guessed her at 200 yard. I hit real low on the chest, she was a little further then that.
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Old 05-06-2018, 06:38 AM
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Congrats. Your shot might of been low, but you still recovered her. It's not easy to judge range when things are happening fast.
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Old 05-11-2018, 07:28 PM
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Ditched work and went back this morning to try for the dog mentioned in the first post that loped through my stand and never stopped for a shot.
Used yodel howl for about a minute, paused for 2 minutes and repeated for another 30 seconds. Waited for 5 minutes and ran the Belding Squirrel (we call'em sage rats)for a minute or so. He came in loping just like last time. Ran right past the caller. But. this time he noticed the modified (dumped the stupid bird thing and tied feathers to the shaft) jack jr. moving about 20 yards from the call. Stopped at 100 yards and dropped like a bag of dirt. Never used the jack jr. on the previous stand. Sound and movement where key to this dog who still was packing a good winter coat.
Winds picked up and I had to call it a day.
Good activity last couple weeks out here.
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Thanks for sharing your follow up hunts. Congrats on your success.
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