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Coyote Calling Tips: A Guide for Beginners
Here's a few coyote calling tips to get you on your way to calling like a pro.
First I guess I should tell you why I am even qualified to teach you how to call coyotes or anything for that matter.
I've been hunting the varmints for over 20 years now and have called in a ol' dog or two. I love the sport. And I love to take others and teach others how to do it as well.
Now first let me tell you that calling coyotes and other predators for that matter really isn't that hard. You would be hard pressed not to be able to blow on a distress type predator call well enough not to call in a coyote or other predator. But I'll give you a few tips here that might increase your success rate a little.
Coyote Calling Tip #1:
Know what predators in your area eat and choose your call accordingly. For example:
I live in the mid west where I know coyotes and other predators dine a lot on cottontail rabbits and field mice. So those are my calls of choice.
Now if you live out west where Jack rabbits are prevalent, you may want to consider using that type of distress call.
Coyote Calling Tip #2:
Let's assume that you have found a place to hunt...you are set up...and ready to call. When you begin to call blow short waa, waa, waa sounds into the call. Remember that rabbits are fairly small critters with not a great amount of lung capacity. So you wouldn't want to blow for long bursts like waaaaaaaaaaaaaa, waaaaaaaaaaaaaa. While doing your calling open and close your hand over the end of the call so as to make the sound more distressed.
Remember we are imitating an animal here that is in the clutches of death. Maybe an old hawk or some other predator has a hold of him. Maybe he's caught in a barbed wire fence. You get the point. Sound desperate!
Coyote Calling Tip #3:
Blow softly on the call at first. There could very possibly be a coyote, bobcat, fox, or mountain lion close to you so a loud blasting call right from the start could startle the varmint and even chase them away.
Call in 45 second intervals. I will do this and then wait a couple of minutes before calling again. Those couple of minutes between calls let's me scan the area for approaching customers. Not too much movement while you do this though. Coyotes have a keen eye sight. Don't get busted by moving your head to fast.
If you would like more coyote calling tips, including how to scout, how to set-up, choice of firearm, watch some videos, etc. visit me at one of my blogs listed below.