So I must admit. I am a novice when it comes to predator hunting. I consider myself a fairly seasoned big game and small game hunter, but I have never got into this predator hunting before. I have started taking it up this winter, but I can tell I have a lot to learn. From everything I have read and researched, it sounds like the early season is hot, because the predators aren't as call shy. The mid season is a little more difficult because the predators are more wary, but hunger is their weakness. The late season picks up because the breeding season approaches. So how about late, late season, like spring? Is it any good? Is it worth getting out still? I realize about the only thing left to hunt is coyotes, but is there any downside to getting them this time of year? Are they harder to call in because the availability of food is greater? Does the quality of they're fur diminish as the temperature warms up? Thanks for your advice.