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    Guys, Iím heading to the farm on the weekend to set up and hunt coyote specifically. Besides taking some during bow and rifle hunt I never really set up for them. What do you use? Calls and decoys? How far away do the e caller go? Where do I position myself? Etc.

    in a nutshell what do you do when you go? I have a bush and fields.

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    All kinds of how too on YouTube, lots of tactics and setup vids out there!!

    Biggest equation is to play the wind, keep your downwind open, 10 out of 10 coyotes always circle downwind.
    I love fishing but REALLY it is just a way to pass time until hunting season!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marky.mark View Post
    Guys, Iím heading to the farm on the weekend to set up and hunt coyote specifically. Besides taking some during bow and rifle hunt I never really set up for them. What do you use? Calls and decoys? How far away do the e caller go? Where do I position myself? Etc.

    in a nutshell what do you do when you go? I have a bush and fields.
    Fence lines and wood lot lines with wind either to your back or a crosswind and open field in front is always the best.
    E-callers can be set anywhere you like aimed down wind.
    Set your back against the fence post or tree line much the same as Turkey hunting to break up your outline.
    Make sure you're comfortable. You may be sitting a long time.
    Don't call too much.
    Binoculars are absolutely required equipment.
    Good luck and keep us posted how it works out.
    Last edited by trimmer21; January 16th, 2020 at 12:21 PM.
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    Check out Frati's posts, that will help you for sure.

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    Smitty

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    I'm nowhere near as experienced as some of our resident coyote experts, but my suggestion would be to start with a mouth call before investing in an e-caller, just to see if it's your thing. I've had decent luck with coyotes coming in the the mouth call, and it's a cheap way to start.

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    Last edited by GW11; January 16th, 2020 at 09:16 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smitty55 View Post
    Check out Frati's posts, that will help you for sure.

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    Frati's posts have lots of very useful info, check it out
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    I don't hunt them very often specifically, but have had them come in to fawn bleats as well as turkey calls in the past.
    John

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