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How to Make the Most of Your Coyote Calling Partner

You want to kill more coyotes this winter … right? For now, set aside the off-the-wall strategies and gizmos. The simplest answer to more coyotes is to hunt with a partner. Here’s why.

Change the Rules for Coyotes

By this time of year, coyotes have seen it all and heard it all. The standard rules—how far to walk before setting up, how long to stay on a set, what calls to use—do not apply. If ever there were a time to throw the dogs a curve, it is now. It’s time to change the rules.

Predator Hunting: How to Use a Mouse Squeaker

Here’s how to best use one of the least-used predator calls: the mouse squeaker.

3 Tips for Locating Coyotes

To call coyotes successfully, you have to hunt where they hang out. Follow these tips to find more of them.

Know-How: The Earlier, the Better for Predators

Take advantage of summer-season offspring of predator and prey to bag coyotes when the heat is on.

Tips and Tactics for Calling Late-Winter Coyotes

The clock is ticking on the fur season, and this might be your last chance to call in a coyote. Try these strategies—howls, whines and other vocalizations—to bring a coyote running and end the season on a positive note.

Know-How: Throw Coyotes a Change-Up

Coyotes learn quickly to avoid your calls when they hear the same ones from the same places over and over. Follow these tips to change the results.

The Coyote Caller’s Playbook

Here the author offers up tips on how to lure in predators that have learned prey-in-distress calls are too good to be true.

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