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#3229957 - 01/24/20 08:34 PM Re: What would you do #3? [Re: derbyacresbob]
BrianID Offline
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Registered: 12/03/18
Posts: 143
Loc: El Paso, TX/Idaho
Originally Posted By: derbyacresbob
When I make a coyote calling stand, my walking path into the stand is almost always back behind me. I don't set up looking towards my walking path or where my vehicle is parked.

The areas I call coyotes in very seldom is there a significant wind. Even a slight breeze is enough to carry your scent and you e-caller's scent off in the direction the breeze is blowing.


I was set up to watch to the area left of the picture. This coyote came in the "back door." I actually feel lucky I spotted him. I just got lucky and spotted some movement when he was about 400 yards out when I was scanning over my right shoulder.

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#3229960 - 01/24/20 08:42 PM Re: What would you do #3? [Re: BrianID]
BrianID Offline
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Registered: 12/03/18
Posts: 143
Loc: El Paso, TX/Idaho
This coyote ended up getting away without me ever taking a shot. Once it dropped into the brushy bottom I never saw it again. I don't know if it was my dog or scent trail by he saw or smelled something he didn't like. In hindsight I should have taken the shot when he was 300-350 yards out but "hindsight is 20/20." In a similar situation in the future I would also wait for the coyote to come closer. The coyotes body language looked like it was going to come in and I didn't think it would get close enough to my scent trail to get spooked.

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