If you’re looking for more coyote hunting success try mixing up your calling routine by using “fight” calls. Combining howls, yips, barks, and growls with a variety of prey-in-distress sounds builds a realistic, coyote-attracting “story line.” The more skilled you are at combining calls that mimic a group of coyotes fighting over some easy prey, the better your chances of luring more coyotes into range. As a bonus, this tactic works even in hard-hunted areas that see a lot of calling/hunting pressure.
In this video veteran coyote hunter Mark Kayser details one of his favorite calling strategies. Kayser also tells how and when to use some of his favorite calls. They include the Stealth Yote Howler and .22-250 Bird Distress Cartridge Call from Rocky Mountain Hunting Calls, both of which have called in many “fight curious” coyotes.
Are you ready to use fighting calls for more coyote hunting success? If so grab some favorite coyote calls, head to some favorite calling locations and give them a try. As Kayser details, the key to this tactic is patience. Waiting 45 minutes to an hour per setup is not only recommended, it’s encouraged. Whatever transpires, rest assured that your local coyotes will hear some sounds that are not only natural, but hopefully, also unique enough to inch in for a closer look.
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