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Early and Late Season Coyote Calling Strategy

August 9, 2019


(INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)>>THIS WEEK ON“PASSION FOR THE HUNT,”WE JOIN RICK PAILLETAND GEOFF NEMNICHFOR SOME EARLY SEASONCOYOTE ACTION IN KANSAS.THEN JEFF HEADS TO NEBRASKAFOR SOME LATE SEASON SANDHILLCOYOTE HUNTING.STAY TUNED TO LEARN FROMTHE PROS ABOUT WHAT SOUNDSYOU SHOULD USE TO INCREASEYOUR SUCCESS WHILEPREDATOR HUNTINGDURING THESE TIMESOF THE YEAR.(INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC) (MOOSE BUGLING) (TURKEY CALL AND GOBBLE) (GUNSHOT) (DUCK CALL) (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC) >>”PASSION FOR THE HUNT,”IS BROUGHT TO YOU BYARCTIC SHIELD,SCHEELS,MATHEWS ARCHERY,DAKOTA DECOY,FEDERAL PREMIUM AMMUNITION,LUCKY DUCK PREMIUM DECOYS,CRESTLINER BOATS,QUICK-SET BY CLAM,AND POLAR TRAILERS.>>WELL, WE’RE OUT HERE, FIRST STAND IN MY COUNTRY IN KANSAS, WITH GEOFF NEMNICH. WE GOT A WHITETAIL OUTFITTER, THE FIRST SPOT WE’RE GONNA HIT, THAT THEY SHOT A DEER A COUPLE NIGHTS AGO. IT’S BOW SEASON. AND BEFORE THEY GOT IT FOUND, THE COYOTES HAD THE BACK HALF OF IT ATE. SO WE’RE QUICK GONNA RUN IN HERE, MAKE A QUICK STAND AND WE’LL CATCH UP WITH YOU IN A LITTLE BIT. (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)>>WE’RE IN NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS IN BETWEEN MILTONVILLE AND MORGANVILLE, WHERE I GREW UP. WITH THE WEATHER CONDITIONS BEING WHAT THEY ARE, EXTREMELY WARM MID-70S, HIGH WIND, I’M HAVING TO GET IN REAL TIGHT, REAL CLOSE, INSTEAD OF A HUNDRED OR COUPLE HUNDRED YARDS AWAY.>>TOUGH PART ABOUT THAT FIRST STAND IN THE MORNING OR THE LAST STAND IN THE DAY, IF YOU DON’T HAVE THE WIND DIRECTION JUST RIGHT, YOU’RE PROBABLY GONNA BE LOOKING BACK INTO THE SUN, AND THAT WAS THE CASE. YOU NEVER WANT TO GIVE UP THE WIND DIRECTION. YOU CAN ALWAYS KIND OF GET AWAY WITH LOOKING BACK TO THE SUN AND THAT’S WHAT HAPPENED TO US. (COYOTE CALL PLAYING) >>THE GRASS WAS A LITTLE TALLER THAN WHAT WE WERE ANTICIPATING. ABOVE AVERAGE MOISTURE IN THIS PART OF KANSAS THIS SUMMER, THE PASTURE GRASS HAS BEEN TALL AND WE JUST COULDN’T FIND AN IDEAL SPOT TO SET UP, BUT WE MADE IT WORK. THE CAMERA WAS ACTUALLY SET UP A LITTLE HIGHER THAN WE WERE, SO IT SPOTTED THE COYOTES WELL BEFORE WE COULD. (COYOTE CALL) >>(WHISPERS) IS HE GOING RIGHT?>>I’VE CALLED QUITE A FEW CATS IN THERE OVER THE YEARS, SO I STARTED OUT WITH A BABY COTTONTAIL AND WE HAD COYOTE SHOW UP. HE WAS RIGHT IN FRONT OF THE CALL. WHEN I COULDN’T GET ON HIM, HE TORE OUT OF THERE. WHEN I’M WORKING CATS, I LIKE TO EVERY SO OFTEN CHANGE A SOUND OR GO TO A HAND CALL, MY TWEETY CALL. IT SEEMED LIKE ABOUT EVERY TIME I’D CHANGE THE SOUND, HE’D COME TEARING BACK IN.>>BUT BETWEEN THE SECOND AND THIRD TIME, I DECIDED TO MAKE THE MOVE WHERE I COULD GET TO JUST A TOUCH HIGHER WHERE I COULD SEE AND POSSIBLY GET A RIFLE SHOT. BECAUSE THIS TIME, WE’RE NOT REALLY ANTICIPATING COYOTES TO COME IN SHOTGUN RANGE ANYMORE, SO I MADE A QUICK MOVE ABOUT 20 YARDS UP THE FENCE LINE. (WHISPERING) HEY RICK, I’M GONNA GET UP A LITTLE HIGHER. I THINK WE CAN GET HIM. (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC) >>GOT SET UP, RICK SWITCHED UP THE SOUNDS AGAIN.>>OCCASIONALLY, I CALL COYOTES IN TO COON FIGHT AND I TURNED THAT ON AND I BELIEVE THAT’S WHEN GEOFF GOT HIM. (COYOTES CALL) (GUNSHOT) (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC) >>MAN, I’LL TELL YA, THAT WAS… THAT WAS ONE OF THE CRA- CRAZIEST STANDS I’VE BEEN IN.>>I’VE SAT UP HERE A LOT OVER THE YEARS AND THIS GRASS JUST DIDN’T LET US SEE OVER THE LITTLE ROLL OF THIS HILL HERE.>>BE FLEXIBLE, YOU KNOW. I WAS ACTUALLY SITTING ON THIS SIDE AND I COULDN’T SEE AND AFTER THE SECOND TIME THAT COYOTE CAME IN AND LEFT, I GOT UP AND RAN OVER HERE TO A LITTLE HIGHER GROUND, AND SURE ENOUGH. A SECOND COYOTE, I THINK IT WAS, BECAUSE THIS ONE WAS SITTING HERE BARKING AT US AT 80 YARDS.>>SOMETIMES WHEN YOU GOT THEM RUNNING AROUND THERE AND THEY WON’T LEAVE, IF YOU JUST TRIGGER ‘EM JUST A LITTLE BIT TO KIND OF COME BACK. PRETTY ONE.>>YEAH, IT’S A NICE COYOTE FOR AROUND HERE.>>IT IS.>>THE EASIEST WAY TO TELL HOW OLD A COYOTE IS IS JUST LOOK AT ITS TEETH. IT’S PRETTY SIMPLE TO LOOK AT THIS COYOTE’S TEETH RIGHT HERE AND DECIDE THAT YES, THAT COYOTE IS THIS YEAR’S PUP, YOU KNOW. SO THIS COYOTE’S PROBABLY SEVEN MONTHS OLD. ANYTIME THE CANINES ARE SMALL LIKE THIS, THEY’RE BRIGHT WHITE, THERE’S NO STAINS ON THE TEETH, THESE FRONT SET OF TEETH AREN’T WORN DOWN AT ALL. ACTUALLY A REALLY GOOD LOOKING COYOTE FOR KANSAS, SO. ONE DOWN, MANY TO GO. (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC) >>YOU KNOW, EARLY SEASON COYOTE HUNTING HAS ITS UPS AND DOWNS. IT’S NO DOUBT, YOU KNOW. OBVIOUSLY, THERE’S A BIG POPULATION OF COYOTES RIGHT NOW. COYOTES HAVEN’T BEEN SHOT OFF YET. A LOT OF THOSE COYOTES HAVEN’T REALLY BEEN EDUCATED YET. BUT THE DOWNSIDE IS YOU RUN INTO WEATHER. YOU KNOW, NICE WEATHER THAT’S NOT REAL CONDUCIVE FOR WANTING COYOTES TO REALLY BE ON THE MOVE AND WANT TO EAT, YOU KNOW. WE BATTLED TEMPERATURES IN THE LOW 80S WITH WIND THE FIRST DAY AND EVEN INTO THE SECOND DAY, IT WAS WARM. AND A LOT OF TIMES COYOTES KIND OF HAD THIS THEORETICAL BUBBLE AROUND THEM AND AS THE CONDITIONS GET BETTER, THAT BUBBLE GETS BIGGER. AND AS THE CONDITIONS WORSEN, THAT BUBBLE GETS SMALLER. AND IT’S YOUR JOB AS A PREDATOR HUNTER TO TRY TO SET UP WITHIN THAT COYOTE’S BUBBLE. WE GET DOWN ONTO A SETUP WHERE WE’RE LOOKING ACROSS MAYBE SOME SORT OF CUT SILAGE FIELD, A SMALL RAVINE FULL OF TREES AND THICKNESS, YOU KNOW, ACROSS THERE FROM US. A FEW DEER COME BUSTING OUT AND ABOUT THAT TIME, I HEAR RICK WHISPER OVER MY RIGHT, “HEY, WE GOT A COYOTE COMING UP OUT OF THERE.”>>STRAIGHT WEST, STRAIGHT WEST. JUST THAT QUICK, THIS COYOTE POPPED OUT OF THERE. (COYOTE CALL) >>MY SHOOTING LANE WAS FROM THE CALL TO THE RIGHT.>>I WENT AHEAD AND WHEN I GOT THE OPPORTUNITY, KNOCKED HIM OUT. (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC) (GUNSHOT) >>SO, YOU KNOW, ONE COOL FEATURE ABOUT THIS CALL IS THE BUILT-IN DECOY ON IT. YOU KNOW, IT HOLDS HIS ATTENTION ON THAT, WHAT I’VE NOTICED FROM IT. COYOTES WHEN THEY DO DECIDE TO MAYBE SPOOK OFF A LITTLE BIT, IT ALMOST MAKES ‘EM WANT TO STOP ONE EXTRA TIME JUST TO ALMOST LOOK BACK AT IT AND GIVE YOU SOME SHOOTING. RIGHT IN YOUR WHEELHOUSE, 112 YARDS.>>CHIP SHOT. (LAUGHTER) >>SO WE’RE FINALLY GETTING INTO OUR LAST TWO STANDS OF THE DAY. THIS HAS BEEN A REALLY PRODUCTIVE AREA FOR RICK OVER THE YEARS. REALLY WHAT IT IS IS JUST A HUGE, THICK BOTTOM. IT’S PROBABLY FOUR OR FIVE HUNDRED YARDS WIDE, PROBABLY RUNS A WHOLE MILE RIGHT IN HERE. WHAT WE’RE TRYING TO DO HERE, THE WIND’S GOING STRAIGHT THIS WAY. WE’RE EXPECTING THE COYOTES TO COME FROM THE THICK STUFF AND RICK’S GONNA COVER RIGHT HERE. A LOT OF TIMES WHAT’LL HAPPEN IS THE COYOTE WILL POP UP RIGHT THERE, HE’LL GIVE US A LOOK. YOU KNOW, COYOTES ARE CURIOUS. HE’LL WANNA LOOK. WE’RE NOT REALLY ANTICIPATING A COYOTE TO COME RUNNING CLEAR OUT HERE IN THE OPEN AND KILL IT. SOMETHING’S GONNA POP UP RIGHT HERE ON THIS EDGE AND IT’S GONNA GIVE US JUST ENOUGH TIME TO SHOOT IT AND WE’RE GONNA SHOOT IT. (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC) >>OH YEAH, YEAH. (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC) >>THERE HE IS, THERE HE IS. HE POPPED BACK OUT AGAIN. (COYOTE CALL PLAYING) >>303, 303. NO WORRY HERE, GOOD ANCHOR. (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC) (EXHALES) (GUNSHOT) (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)>>YEAH, SO THIS IS WHAT THESE COYOTES LIKE TO DO. THEY’LL COME RIGHT TO THE EDGE OF COVER AND HE COULD SIT UP. AND IF YOU’LL LOOK BACK, YOU KNOW, JUST A GREAT EXAMPLE – I LIKE TO DO THIS A LOT, WHEREVER I SHOOT A COYOTE, I’LL WALK DOWN THERE, I’LL TURN AROUND AND LOOK BACK AT OUR SETUP. YOU KNOW, I DON’T THINK HE HAD A SKYLINE. WE WERE SITTING DOWN LOW ENOUGH. BUT YOU KNOW, OBVIOUSLY HE COULD LOOK UP THERE AND FROM RIGHT HERE, THIS COYOTE COULD SEE BASICALLY WHAT HE WANTED TO SEE AND HE JUST WASN’T MOTIVATED ENOUGH TO COME, YOU KNOW. IF YOU’RE SET UP WITH THE RIGHT CAPABILITIES, YOU CAN SHOOT ‘EM WHEN THEY SIT UP HERE OUT LIKE THIS AND GIVE YOU A LOOK.>>IT’S A NICE, BIG COYOTE HERE, MAN. HE’S A, HE’S SPURRED UP. NICE BIG MALE COYOTE. OH YEAH, THAT’S PROBABLY A TWO, THREE YEAR OLD COYOTE. BUT YOU KNOW, IT GOT HIM RIGHT, RIGHT IN THE POINT OF THE SHOULDER RIGHT WHERE I WAS, RIGHT WHERE I WAS AIMING. (GUNSHOT REPLAY) AND IT’S LUCKY, YOU KNOW, YOU SHOOT A GOOD BULLET, YOU KNOW, THIS COYOTE COULD HAVE EASILY RAN BACK INTO THERE 50 YARDS AND WE’D HAVE SPENT THE REST OF THE DAYLIGHT LOOKING FOR THIS COYOTE. BUT YOU SHOOT A NICE EXPANDING, BALLISTIC TIP, SMALLER CALIBER, FASTER VELOCITIES, YOU KNOW, THIS IS THE END RESULT. YOU KNOW, YOU HIT COYOTES RIGHT UP HERE IN THE SHOULDER, IN THE MUSCLE, IN THE BONE, IT DROPS ‘EM DEAD AND YOU DON’T HAVE TO TRACK ‘EM.>>LATE SEASON HUNTING REALLY REVOLVES A LOT AROUND COYOTE BIOLOGY. AS THE SEASON PROGRESSES, THE COYOTE NUMBERS ARE DROPPING, THE PRESSURE’S INCREASING; THE COYOTES ARE SMART. ONE OF THE ONLY THINGS I FOUND OVER THE YEARS TO HELP COMBAT THESE TOUGH, SMART, EDUCATED COYOTES IS USING THE BREEDING SEASON AGAINST THEM. AND BEING ABLE TO USE COYOTE VOCALIZATIONS AND SOME OF THESE INCREDIBLE FIGHTS AND BREEDING SOUNDS THAT RICK PAILLET’S RECORDED THAT YOU’LL FIND ON THE REVOLUTION. AND WHEN IT COMES TO TOUGH, PRESSURED, EDUCATED COYOTES LATE IN THE SEASON, THAT’S REALLY YOUR ONLY HOPE IS TO BE ABLE TO THROW THESE SOUNDS AT THOSE COYOTES. WE’RE BACK WITH MY GOOD BUDDY MATT. YOU KNOW, WIND’S GONNA BE BLOWING MORE, SO WE’RE GONNA HAVE TO USE A LITTLE MORE VOLUME. BUT LATE IN THE SEASON BREEDING, SO WE’RE GONNA KICK UP A BUNCH OF HOWLS, LOTS OF COYOTE SOUNDS PRIMARILY. HOPEFULLY THE BULLETS FLY STRAIGHT AND WE’LL STACK THE COYOTES UP. (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC) >>I’M GONNA START THIS STAND OFF. REAL TIGHT QUARTERS. WE GOT THIS BIG, LONG, THICK TREE ROW. I GOT THE CALL KIND OF DOWNWIND OF US. I’M GONNA START OFF WITH A PHEASANT DISTRESS, REAL LOW KEY. NOT A WHOLE LOT OF VOLUME, BUT I’M GONNA LET THAT GO FOR ABOUT THE FIRST THREE OR FOUR MINUTES. IF THERE’S A COYOTE IN CLOSE, WE OUGHTTA SEE HIM BY THEN. BUT THEN AFTER ABOUT THE THREE, FOUR MINUTE MARK, I’M GONNA UP IT A LITTLE MORE AGGRESSIVE SOUND, SOME SORT OF FIGHT, AND THEN MAYBE WE’LL PULL A COYOTE FROM SOMEWHERE CLEAR OFF IN THESE HILLS OR WAY UP THAT VALLEY. (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC) >>(WHISPERS) HE’S COMING ACROSS THE ICE.>>HERE WE GO. WHEN THAT COYOTE GETS RIGHT HERE WITHIN SHOOTING RANGE, I’M JUST GONNA MUTE IT. THAT COYOTE SHOULD STOP AND MATT WILL BE ABLE TO BARK HIM AND IT’LL BE RIGHT DOWN HIS BARREL. (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC) (KISSING NOISE) (GUNSHOT)>>NICE, NICE. BEFORE WE GET UP AND GO GET THIS COYOTE, I WANNA SHOW YOU A LITTLE BIT ABOUT THIS SETUP WE JUST MADE. IT WAS A LITTLE UNCONVENTIONAL. AS YOU CAN SEE, JUST RIGHT OVER MY SHOULDER RIGHT HERE, THE TRUCK IS ACTUALLY ONLY PARKED MAYBE 30 YARDS BEHIND US. THE WIND IS ACTUALLY COMING FROM THE TRUCK TO US DOWN THIS FENCE LINE. THERE’S A BIG, THICK TREE ROW GOING DONW HERE, SO WE’RE ANTICIPATING THAT THERE’D BE A COYOTE LAID UP IN THIS TREE ROW. THE WAY THAT COYOTES RESPOND TO THE CALL, THEY’RE GONNA CIRCLE ON THIS DOWNWIND SIDE OF THIS FENCE LINE. SO ANY COYOTE THAT CIRCLES OUT IN FRONT OF US, THEY HAVE NO CHANCE OF EVER SEEING THAT VEHICLE. AND PLUS, LIKE, THE COYOTE WE JUST KILLED IF IT COMES FROM THAT FAR SET OF HILLS, HE’S GONNA COME DOWN IN THIS LOW SPOT OUT IN FRONT OF US AND STILL NOT SEE THE VEHICLE. SOMETIMES WHEN YOU HEAR THIS ALL THE TIME, YOU KNOW, “THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX,” AND THIS IS ONE OF THOSE EXAMPLES. WITH THE WIND, I WASN’T WORRIED ABOUT COYOTES HEARING THE VEHICLE MOVE IN, SO WE’RE ABLE TO PULL RIGHT BACK IN HERE. WE ONLY HAD A 40, 50 YARD WALK INTO THE STAND AND IT WORKED. SO LET’S GO CHECK OUT THIS COYOTE. LOOKED LIKE A REALLY NICE, FURRED UP, WHITE SAND HILLS COYOTE. YOU KNOW, WE WERE ACTUALLY HAVING THIS CONVERSATION HERE COMING INTO THIS STAND ABOUT WHERE WE START MAKING THESE STANDS. AND WE’RE INTO THAT MIDDLE MORNING TRANSITION PERIOD WHERE THESE COYOTES ARE KINDA LEAVING THESE MEADOWS TO GET UP INTO THESE BIG ROLLING HILLS WHERE THEY’RE BEDDING UP. AND I THINK THAT JUST ANSWERED A QUESTION FOR US, YOU KNOW, OUR TACTICS FROM HERE ON OUT FOR THE REST OF THE DAY, WE’RE PROBABLY GONNA GET UP INTO THESE HILLS AND GET AFTER THESE COYOTES, ESPECIALLY AFTER WATCHING THAT ONE COME DOWN ALL THE WAY OUT OF THERE. THAT’S A GOOD SIGN. THAT COYOTE CAME IN GREAT. THEY COME IN LIKE THAT THE REST OF THE DAY, BE A GOOD, GOOD MORNING. THE 22-250 ACKLEY IMPROVED.>>NICE, MAN. LOOKS LIKE PROBABLY, WHAT, THIS YEAR’S? I WOULD SAY THAT’S, YEAH, THIS YEAR’S PUP COYOTE. HE OBVIOUSLY HADN’T PAIRED UP YET. HE WAS FEELING LEFT OUT, SO HE DECIDED TO COME OVER HERE TO THIS PARTY. UNFORTUNATE FOR HIM, BUT WE LIKE IT. GOOD COYOTE FUR MONEY, HUH?>>YEAH.>>ALL RIGHT, LET’S GO GET SOME MORE. (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)>>IT’S ABOUT 2:00 IN THE AFTERNOON. REALLY, ON THIS STAND WHAT WE’RE HOPING TO KEY ON IS THERE’S A BIG SAND HILL ACROSS THIS VALLEY MAYBE 400 YARDS AND THERE’S A BUNCH OF NORTH FACING CUTS THAT GO OFF THAT BACKSIDE. AND IDEALLY, THAT’S EXACTLY WHERE A COYOTE’S GONNA BE BEDDED UP WITH THIS SOUTH WIND. SO WE’RE GONNA SET UP RIGHT HERE, WE’RE GONNA CALL OUT ACROSS THIS. THE VOLUME OF THE REVOLUTION IS NOT AN ISSUE WHATSOEVER. IT’LL CARRY CLEAR OVER THE TOP OF THAT HILL, YOU KNOW, EIGHT, NINE HUNDRED, OVER A THOUSAND YARDS OVER THERE. AND THAT’S IDEALLY WHERE WE’RE HOPING THE COYOTE’S GONNA COME FROM. WE COULD HAVE SOMETHING COME FROM DIRECTLY FROM THE SOUTH. I’M GONNA BE SET UP TO KILL THAT. MATT’S DOWNWIND ABOUT 50, 60 YARDS. HE’S GONNA COVER THAT BACKSIDE IN CASE SOMETHING COMES UP ON TOP UP HERE AND TRIES TO GET DOWNWIND ON US.>>I’M GONNA GO AHEAD AND START THIS STAND OFF WITH SOME FEMALE LONE HOWLS. SO STAR-ZERO-ONE. (HOWLING SOUND) >>ABOUT SIX MINUTES IN NOW. I’M GONNA GET SOME VOLUME OUT THERE NOW. I DON’T KNOW FOR SURE IF THAT SOUND GOT QUITE OVER THAT HILL. I’M GONNA CRANK IT UP WITH ONE OF THESE FIGHTS HERE, GET A LITTLE MORE AGGRESSIVE, PUT A LITTLE MORE VOLUME INTO IT. MAKE SURE WE’RE GETTING ALL THE COVERAGE WE WANT HERE. (COYOTE CALL) >>SKYWARD, ONE, TWO, THREE-O.>>HERE WE GO. BOY, THAT ONE’S HAULING DOWN THERE. OH, THERE’S TWO MORE, TWO MORE, HIGH, COMING OFF RIGHT BEHIND HIM. (COYOTE CALL) (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)>>THEY’RE LIKING THE SOUND. I’M GONNA KEEP IT GOING RIGHT NOW. IF THEY HANG UP, I’M GONNA SWITCH IT. (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC) >>I’M GONNA SWITCH BACK TO “STUCK FIGHT,” WHICH IS ORIGINALLY WHAT I THINK BROUGHT ‘EM OFF THE HILL. (COYOTE CALL) >>HERE THEY COME. (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC) >>THE TWO ARE GOING OFF TO THE RIGHT. I THINK THEY’RE GONNA SWING OUT IN FRONT OF MATT ON TOP HERE. THEY’RE THERE RIGHT IN THAT SADDLE. (GUNSHOTS) >>HOW LUCKY IS THAT? THAT DOES NOT HAPPEN VERY OFTEN WHEN YOU BOTH PICK OUT DIFFERENT COYOTES AND SHOOT AT ALMOST THE EXACT SAME TIME. YOU KNOW WE GOT ‘EM BOTH, RIGHT?>>OH, YEAH.>>OH, YEAH! (LAUGHS) I LOOKED UP HERE AT YA AND YOU WEREN’T QUITE AT YOUR GUN AND I THOUGHT, WELL, HE’S GOT TO SEE HIM. AND SO I WAS LIKE, WELL, I’LL SHOOT THAT LEFT ONE AND MAYBE HE’LL BE ON THE RIGHT ONE. SOMEHOW WE TIMED IT AND WE BOTH SHOT AT THE SAME EXACT TIME. I CAN’T BELIEVE THEY’RE BOTH LAYING THERE ABOUT EIGHT FEET FROM EACH OTHER. ONCE AGAIN, WE GOT ABOUT A 50 YARD WALK BACK TO THE TRUCK. WE’LL JUST GO GET IN THE TRUCK. WE’RE GONNA HEAD THAT WAY ANYWAY AND JUST DRIVE DOWN THERE AND PICK ‘EM UP. YOU COULDN’T EVEN HAVE PLANNED THAT ONE OUT LIKE THAT. OH, THAT’S BIG, MAN. HE DOES HAVE A LITTLE BIT OF MANGE. YEAH, YEAH, LOOK AT THAT.>>BIG FEMALE.>>BOY, THAT’S A FURRED UP COYOTE THERE, MAN. I TELL YA. I ALWAYS FIND IT INTERESTING, I ALWAYS LIKE TO LOOK BACK AT MY STANDS, ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU GET DOWN HERE TO WHERE THE COYOTES WERE. WE WERE TUCKED IN GOOD. YOU KNOW, YOU WERE SITTING, HAD THAT BIG YUCCA BEHIND YOU. THING ABOUT IT WAS, I DIDN’T REALIZE IT TILL WE GOT BACK TO THE TRUCK, IF THESE COYOTES WOULD’VE ACTUALLY WENT UP THAT HILL ABOUT ANOTHER 30, 40 YARDS, THEY PROBABLY WOULD’VE SEEN THE TRUCK. BUT YOU KNOW, WE REALLY WEREN’T ANTICIPATING IT COMING STRAIGHT DOWNWIND ANYWAY, BUT. WE GOT LUCKY AND IT PAID OFF. YOU KNOW, WHEN I’M HUNTING LATE SEASON COYOTES, AND I THINK ABOUT DEVELOPING A SOUND SEQUENCE, OBVIOUSLY IT’S SUPER HEAVY ON COYOTE SOUNDS. ALMOST 95% OF THE STANDS WE MADE, I STARTED THE STANDS OFF WITH SOME SORT OF HOWL. USUALLY A FEMALE STYLE OF HOWL IS USUALLY WHAT I PERSONALLY LIKE TO USE WHEN I’M TALKING ABOUT A LONE KIND OF INTERROGATIONS TYPES OF HOWLS. AND THERE WERE MULTIPLE STANDS I DIDN’T PLAY ANY KIND OF PREY DISTRESS SOUND AT ALL, NOTHING BUT COYOTE VOCALIZATIONS AND WE HAD COYOTES RESPONDING. SO, THAT WOULD BE A SUGGESTION TO YOU IF YOU’RE STRUGGLING THIS LATE IN THE YEAR, YOU KNOW, SCRAP ALL THE PREY DISTRESS SOUNDS AND GO STRAIGHT WITH SOME, YOU KNOW, NOTHING BUT COYOTE SOUNDS ON A STAND AND YOU’LL PROBABLY SEE AN INCREASE IN THE COYOTES YOU KILL.

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  1. You couldn't have timed that double any better then if you were sitting next to each other and counted it down. Excellent!!!

  2. Excellent video. They mention details that others leave out, to include: rifle caliber, distance, shot placement, coyote age determination and more. They also mention call sequence and strategy points. An outstanding production, and I've seen hundreds upon hundreds. Top notch.

  3. I checked out your channel and subbed. I do hunting/fishing videos mainly with my kids and some friends. Please check my channel out and sub back. Thanks

  4. Do you call that hunting? Cowards with all those gadgets, ? power rifles, gimmicks, refrigerators, fatigues for the wanna be, pathetic, hunting is only for eating, Iam a hunter myself, but only for eating, dumb idiots, drones, satellites, Whow, you idiots are depleting mother nature from their natural creatures, you dumb idiots increase disease allowing rats and mice to populate, Foxes coyotes they control the balance, you dumb ass idiots ignorant wanna bees, will get karma sooner or later, shut up tontos.

  5. in the great North East we are over run with them killing our Deer Fauns As soon as they are Born, This is when, My Rem 22/250 Gets to go to work, Thinning out as many Yotes AS I can etc.

  6. Just got a Verminator Revolt. First time I used it in north Central Kansas, I got a big bushy male within about 30 minutes.

  7. I just got the revolt, for xmas. I am in Wisconsin, longest shot is 180 yds. Is longest shot. Most view is from 20 to 70 yds. What would you set volume at? Love the videos. 👍

  8. Could you explain how an when to use the different calls on a electronic caller. Also do I need to use decoys or something else?I’m a beginner an just got my caller two days ago. Thanks guys!!

  9. "fur money,huh?" "yeah!" then proceeds to drag the pelt on the ground for a hundred yards over rocks and brush! brilliant! 😝👍💸💸💸💸💸💸💸

  10. Great video!! Do you guy let you're csll run continues or let it run for a few minutes then stop for a few minutes?

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