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Coyote Howling

Got out at daybreak this morning and on the first stand, I had a coyote to hang up at about 150 yards in the woods and just howl for thirty minutes. Never had this to happen. Any ideas what was going on?
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    Re: Coyote Howling

    Bark bark howl usually means they noticed you as human or knew something was wrong, in my expirience. They may have also thought you were a bigger badder coyote in your own yard type deal. It kind of depends on your calling sound. When this happens to me I try to move un-noticed to the coyote because you know their location. I travel to a new location leaving my call on vole squeeks in my original location and get down wind a hundred or more yards, kind of a spot and stock hunt. If that effort does not work I then try a ki-yi or dying rabbit.
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    Re: Coyote Howling

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    Bark bark howl usually means they noticed you as human or knew something was wrong, in my expirience. They may have also thought you were a bigger badder coyote in your own yard type deal. It kind of depends on your calling sound. When this happens to me I try to move un-noticed to the coyote because you know their location. I travel to a new location leaving my call on vole squeeks in my original location and get down wind a hundred or more yards, kind of a spot and stock hunt. If that effort does not work I then try a ki-yi or dying rabbit.
    Don't say that rooster.....that don't look good on me....LOL. Busted again.
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    Re: Coyote Howling

    Yup, busted....
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    Re: Coyote Howling

    I had the same thing happen to me a few days ago so I pulled the flank maneuver on them. they were so focussed on my decoy and caller that when I did my best ki-yi from two hundred yards from my caller which was still calling, they came a running at me. Ha ha and stupid acting. I woofed and shot one, then the second coyote stopped at 300 and I disapointingly missed it as big as I could have. I went from busted to one down and one educated.

    It does not always work but I have had good luck with this.
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    Re: Coyote Howling

    It's mating season. They howl a lot right now. Howling back right now is a good way to kill them.
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    It's mating season. They howl a lot right now. Howling back right now is a good way to kill them.
    Gonna give that a try. Thanks.
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