Discussion in 'Cast & Blast' started by Bill Dodd, Dec 22, 2009.
Thanks Jim, will give it a try
I use a combination of both. I usually start with a hand call so I can broad cast to my left, center & right, weather it be coyote vocalization or distress. I place my e-call at moderate volume with decoy up wind between 20 - 50 yards depending on set up. For cats I pretty much just go with the e-call & let it play continuously. Dave
More good info, thank you Dave.
hey i and 16 and me and my dad just bought some bushmaster AR-15's and are ready to try out some coyote hunting. our first coyote adventure is the weekend after clossing waterfowl. andy tips? we are hunt near vantage with no experiance on coyote hunting at all.. but i am driving down to cabelas to pick up a call tommorro, any suggestions? thanks alot guys!!
What kind of a call are you picking up?
I'm also heading down to Cabellas to pick up my first Electric Caller, On my way to Puyallup Saturday for the Sportsman Show.
Anybody out there who hunts coyotes here on the west side who would be willing to show me the ropes. I would love to meet up with somebody who lives in the Seattle area for possible hunting trips on either the West or East sides of the mountains. I have an electronic caller, plus a mouth caller, but am a novice at hunting these critters. Shoot me a PM if you are interested. Or if you live East of the mountains, perhaps we could meet up and you could show me how it is done. Thanks
FFishnfly Pm me. Might be able to help you out here on the eastside. Not the best time of year now but still possible call a few in.
PM Sent. Thanks