I'll admit that I'm an amateur predator hunter at best. I've dabbled in it for years. Mostly learned a lot by mistakes made rather than successes gained. I recently got permission to hunt property in a location that I feel holds good promise for coyotes. I did a little bit of scouting and found plenty of sign for coyotes. Just wondering a couple things and I would like to get some advice from some of the expert coyote predator hunters out there.
Question #1) How late is too late for coyote hunting? March? April? May? And why?
Question #2) When are the best times for coyote hunting this time of year? Early mornings? Late evenings? In the middle of the night?
Question #3) What are the best calls/vocalizations to use this time of year? Animal in distress calls? Coyote vocalizations because of the mating season? Scavenger calls (magpies, ravens etc.)?