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    Quote Originally Posted by skypilot View Post
    You'll be fine, it is all about setting up in order to take the shot but it is ultimately up to the yote to commit. Many times they don't.

    I had a "perfect" set up Monday a week ago where he had no choice(I thought) but to enter the opening(a 3 acre orchard). Anywhere he went I would see him and with a lake downwind, he couldn't get around me to the lake and even if he did, I could shoot safely that way. A "perfect setup."

    I called, he came, I caught a glimpse of him but he wouldn't expose himself and leave the treeline. He hung around moving back and forth until the crows found him and begun fussing/harassing him, then he left without ever giving me a shot.

    Yep. Perfect setup alright............
    Next time bring a truck with you! LOL
    The nail that sticks out gets hammered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by odm2 View Post
    Next time bring a truck with you! LOL
    I arrived by Ford...........Sold my Toyota. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by line052 View Post
    Got one with the extra speaker to give away, just got the FoxPro Wildfire on Saturday. had it out today and 1000 times better, still no yotes.
    Keep at it and you will get them out sooner or later!
    Dont blast it too loud. I use half volume on the same caller for the first blast, louder for the second and then half volume again for the third.
    Start using howls now through march and you will see some dogs come in.
    Also mouth calls doing whimpers really gets the males out to see who's screwing the pooch!

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    Gonna YouTube some calling patterns, on FP I have for (preset, volume 15) P1-Coyote locator and P2 - Cotton Tail distress. Tried female challenge bark, and vole squeaks. Lately haven't even heard a call back. Going out again Sat/Sun to Marlborough Forest. I wish I knew some farmers to work the land for them. Try hitting the farms this spring and get permission to hunt some private land and coyotes this year. The Journey continues back to the days of youth and hunting, although with more knowledge/respect to the rules.
    Mark Snow, Libertarian Nepean, for 2019, Chairman - Ontario Libertarian Party

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    If all else fails try kissing the palm of you hand.... sounds like a distressed rabbit!
    The nail that sticks out gets hammered.

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