I assume you’re hunting daylight. You haven’t mentioned lights.
I prefer night hunting.
There is so much information available to you if you’re willing to take some time and dig through older posts on here, and also if you’re on Facebook. When I started, I did a lot of internet searching and video watching. If you’re willing to put in the effort to learn, listen to and consider what successful hunters tell you and ask clear questions, you’ll be successful quicker. If you plan to just go out and start calling, be patient it’ll likely be a long journey.
Right now you probably have a mental idea of what you will do and how a hunt will go. Take all those thoughts and presumptions and throw them out. Clear your thoughts and become a sponge to the details of what “successful” coyote hunters say. 100 guys try coyote hunting, most of those will tell you what you need to do, probably only 10 or so have any success. The rest “know how” to be successful, but are clueless to “why” they themselves are not. In the end you’re success will depend mostly with your own ability to use your own head.
You must have been reading my mind when you wrote that. You are spot on!
If you like, feel free to call me anytime after this coming Tuesday and I'll spend some time with you on the phone. I'll do what I can to get you started in the right direction.