How to Gain an Advantage over Other Coyote Hunters
- Patience is a virtue, especially when it comes to coyote hunting. Wile E. Coyote earned his reputation, and you can be sure that the coyotes you’ll encounter are much more cautious and savvy than the Roadrunner’s enemy.
- Coyotes prefer to roam when the weather is cool (20-50 degrees Fahrenheit). They are more active when winds are low, but even if winds are calm you need to stay upwind to prevent them from catching a whiff of you.
- If you shoot a coyote in the wrong spot, they’ll sprint and it can be much tougher to chase a wounded coyote than a deer. Avoid center-body shots. Aiming in line with the shoulder is ideal (the same are as when deer hunting) and if you can get a straight-on head shot, take it. If the coyote is in your sights but on the move, try yelling out in your own voice to get it to stop. When it pauses, pull the trigger.
- Document as much as possible about your hunts. This includes the date, time weather, wind conditions, equipment used, and your successes as well as your failures. Keeping a journal will give you an edge over hunters who simply rely on memory.
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