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i found a spot with lots of tracks and i've tried using calls but i haven't seen any coyotes, i've been out 3 times, i usually g

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  • Stephen08
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    go early in the morning where you think they are and park your vehicle where they wont be able to see it. try to get to your first stand before the sun comes up.

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  • alabamaoutlaw
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    Follow the tracks back to the den,Start early in the day and find the den you can set up on it and take them out.I,ve even built fires and smoked them out.It is the time of the year for coyotes to be breeding set up a decoy and blow a challenge call to them,new dogs wanting your territory.If you could find coyote urine in heat use it,it's time.

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  • i found a spot with lots of tracks and i've tried using calls but i haven't seen any coyotes, i've been out 3 times, i usually g

    i found a spot with lots of tracks and i've tried using calls but i haven't seen any coyotes, i've been out 3 times, i usually get out about 3 1/2-4 hours before dark and stay out until i can't see through my scope. any ideas on how to find them?

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