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  • I live in Maine and I was wondering what types of calls and calling techniques seem to work best for coyotes? I've also been wo

    I live in Maine and I was wondering what types of calls and calling techniques seem to work best for coyotes? I've also been wondering what kind of bait seems to work best? I've got meat scraps from the butcher right now.

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    i hunt coyotes north of ya in new brunswick, east coast coyotes are some of the biggest in north america. the rabbit distress works great, when their hungry. when their not hungry the Quaker Boy "howler pack" seals the deal. its 3 individual calls, there is the alpha male challenge call, the female invitation call and the pup in distress call.
    you can buy the kit through cabalas or lebaron for under $20

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      Just about any model and brand of call works for coyotes. The trick is the blowing into the call. You have to master the reverberation to truly become the master. It took me about 5 years. Now, I have to wear body armor because they be coming in fast and furious.

      Forget the meat scraps. Go with a whole carcass of something like a dead cow, horse, llama, goat, and others. Call the predators off the carcass from about 1/2 mile away. Do not shoot right at the carcass site or you will ruin future chances at that site.

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        Just about any model and brand of call works for coyotes. The trick is the blowing into the call. You have to master the reverberation to truly become the master. It took me about 5 years. Now, I have to wear body armor because they be coming in fast and furious.

        Forget the meat scraps. Go with a whole carcass of something like a dead cow, horse, llama, goat, and others. Call the predators off the carcass from about 1/2 mile away. Do not shoot right at the carcass site or you will ruin future chances at that site.

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