Thank you all. *predator hunting

Truduct

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Very cool. They will start stacking up for you now. Predator hunting is a great way to learn the wind and new areas for big game. Keep shooting them.
 
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OCHUNT

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I love seeing every ones dead dogs I dont understand it but ive had hawks, mountain lions, bob cats, deer and even a BIG hob when ive been calling for yotes but never had a yote com in.
I was in shock man. 3 min into rabbit destress they came running in. IN THE RAIN!! it was like the videos i watch!
 

OCHUNT

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Very cool. They will start stacking up for you now. Predator hunting is a great way to learn the wind and new areas for big game. Keep shooting them.
I have been on about 7 hunts so far and lets just say everything went perfect on this last hunt. I was at my second stand of the morning. OH did the time change throw me off. HA. The wind was perfect "in the face or your in the wrong place" just like with fishing. I just was amazed! The dog came running up to the call. Dead serious sniffed the call and ran past it. Did a little woot and he turned broadside for me about 130 yards.
 
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WaterDawg

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Thank you waterdawg for the tips and advice i had called 4-5 days on the spot we spoke about nothing. i had to travel another hr out and i sure am glad i did!!
You made the right move. Good call. I’ve been stubbornly trying to get one locally here but I guess they’re just too smart.
 

OCHUNT

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You made the right move. Good call. I’ve been stubbornly trying to get one locally here but I guess they’re just too smart.
Must be. Its sad because that spot looks amazing!! you would think they are thick. I am going to head out this weekend and look at some new spots again and see if i can get lucky.
 
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rbduffer

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Well done OCH! The key is to find a spot where no one has 'trained' them yet, coyotes learn quick.

And to GSPs point, last time out my buddy and I called in a hawk, three crows and two deer:confused:
 
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OCHUNT

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Well done OCH! The key is to find a spot where no one has 'trained' them yet, coyotes learn quick.

And to GSPs point, last time out my buddy and I called in a hawk, three crows and two deer:confused:
I found a pretty good spot. No lie 1,000 rabbits coyote shit everywhere. I think im dialed in as long as they dont catch on. My plan is to move spots this weekend and let that spot rest. May head toward you Fall brook area SD desert.