I've had some degree of success with lynx these past two years, but ever since getting an e-caller I have not managed to call in a coyote or fox. I had some luck with coyotes with a mouth call, but nothing lately. This could be entirely due to chance and/or higher lynx populations versus those of canines, but perhaps not?
The areas I call a few times each winter seem to be entering a period of low lynx abundance and higher coyote and fox abundance. Should I change up what I've been doing in light of the current population dynamic, or do you find that cats and dogs respond in a similar manner with regards to call sequence, etc? I know that scent is paramount with fox and coyotes, but other than that, are there things you change if you know you're more likely to be calling to canines?