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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-07-2019, 02:53 PM Thread Starter
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Coyote hunting in the summer?

Looking to get into coyote hunting as the season is year round and gives me something to do.

I just ordered a beginner call. Icotec gc300.
How necessary is the tail that connects to it?

Is coyote hunting let’s say in June productive?

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three posts above yours is a sticky. predator hunting for beginners. its a good read. start there.


coyote hunting in June is productive if you want to kill the young pups. the fur isnt good. the tail is a decoy and will get the coyotes attention and direct it away from you.
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Oh my. Another one is about to catch the addiction......

Keep us posted, ask questions. The only dumb question is the one you donít ask. (;

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its an addiction all right...one of the best.
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Best of luck to you....Like KDV said keep us posted....
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Haha thanks guys

What do you most of you do with the yotes after you shoot them?
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i tanned the only one i ever killed. i tanned my first red fox, grey fox and large raccoon too. i give my fox and raccoons to the farmers son. he runs a trap line and sells furs.

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I've been huntin yotes for 3 years now and haven't killed one yet. I missed one this past winter, my fault. We've called them in a number of times with no shots. Whenever we do finally git one we will git the 1st one tanned or mounted. I got my sons 1st red fox tanned and I want to do the same with a grey. If we ever git one. Like bohunr I give the fur to a trapper that sells his fur. Predator huntin is freekin awesome my son and I do it as much as possible.
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I've been huntin yotes for 3 years now and haven't killed one yet. I missed one this past winter, my fault. We've called them in a number of times with no shots. Whenever we do finally git one we will git the 1st one tanned or mounted. I got my sons 1st red fox tanned and I want to do the same with a grey. If we ever git one. Like bohunr I give the fur to a trapper that sells his fur. Predator huntin is freekin awesome my son and I do it as much as possible.
Go out in the woods now and use a turkey call. I have killed 3 in the last 3 years during spring gobbler season. they have ruined 3 of my hunts but i returned the favor and ruined theirs lol.
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I've called during the summer months. But only for nuisance Coyotes causing livestock damage.
Prey sounds & Coyote sounds work all year long.
Around July 4th, I've weigh pups in the 15lb. range, in my area.

Locating den sites will aid in your success. For the most part, Coyotes don't move much or far during summer. Once you have 'em peg, make a plan of attack.
Be ready for the whole litter to show during the summer. It happens once in awhile if within earshot..
After your first hunt there, a kill/double/triple kill or a miss, Coyotes may relocate to different den site.
Main thing is fine the Coyotes. Don't listen to your what you neighbor told you about his friend's, brother-in-law's, grandpa's farm.
Do your scouting, do your homework. Fine the Coyotes before you turn on that new call.
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