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Old 02-25-2006, 10:45 AM
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I've seen many coyotes in PA while deer and turkey hunting. But everytime I go out hunting coyotes I can't get any to howl or come in. My cousin is very good witha coyote howler and we've never had an answer. I've set up electornic rabbit distress calls as well as rabbit distress mouth calls. Never had a coyote come in to either set up, just foxes.

What kind of calls should I be using? And if I can use several different calls at one time, which ones go good together? Thanks in advance, I'm getting frustrated with these animals lol.
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Old 02-25-2006, 05:43 PM
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in PA, a yelping/barking combination for about 15-25 mins. will work well. but, you have to have a rabbit distress call also. try going where you know there is a coyote, go on his/her land, yelp and bark about 5 min. they won't care much if you're on their land. but then, do a rabbit distress and they will really get mad and usually come in that way. make the rabbit distress callreally exagerated. wait for however long and maybe just bark just a little every now and then after about an hour. or you can just walk around and wait an hour, then bark/yelp again. oh, i'm down here in PA with my one friend and we both don't know if you can hunt coyotes at night. if so, are there any times you can't shoot coyotes during the night.
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Old 02-26-2006, 09:54 AM
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i'm pretty sure you can hunt them at night, you're just not allowed to have a lighted mounted directly on your scope.

even if we werent allowed i'd do it anyway because they are becoming major pests around here. killing alot of turkey and deer, and even some small livestock. i want rid of as many as i can kill
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Old 02-27-2006, 08:08 PM
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wow jhalfhill, thanx... interesting
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