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Old 09-10-2008, 11:12 PM
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Re: electronic coyote calls

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Re: electronic coyote calls

In my experience, you should never have to put the call farther than 30 to 50 yards at the most from you. Place it slighty upwind from your position is the best place possible.

First, you need to make as little movement as possible on each stand. This includes call placement. If your trotting your butt 400 yards out there to put a call down, chances are every coyote in the country is now heading out of there.

Second, if you place that call 400 yards out there, now what do you do if the coyote hangs up 400 more yards past your caller ?? Chances are your predator rifle ain't gonna make that 800 yard shot.

Last, after a day of trotting your butt off educating coyotes, your gonna go home mad and have no fur for the stretchers...

I own and use a FX5. Never have I had to place a call that far out for any reason what so ever.
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Old 09-12-2008, 09:56 AM
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Re: electronic coyote calls

I think that if a call has long rnage capaility like that for the remote then you shouldnt have any problems at 200 which is as far out as i would put one, the problem I have and i just tried this is that if I am above the call or above it on a hill top with brush or trees between me and the call it does not always function with the remote, that was all I am getting at. usually when I am out calling the call is set up at around 90 yards or so my beleif is that any and i have to be way to still and spend more time on concealment, which isnt bad on a good ranch i hunt i have several permanent brush pile blinds but they took and take a long time to make and maintain, time i could spend in different setups. I also use my caller for hogs and if you have never hunted hogs then you would understand the range I shoot them with my 338lapua and have shot them at close rance with a 378 and 416 weatherby they are tough critters even the small ones, I have shot them and missed and never seen another in day light again, I have seen hogs scatter when the gate chain clanged and they have also turned nocturnal on this ranch and it is around 2600 acres, so I stand by my range and yes i have the rifles to get that far.
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Old 09-12-2008, 01:44 PM
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Re: electronic coyote calls

You need to place the call, at any yardage, in line of sight. If needed place it up in a bush, tree limb, or on a rock. This will not only make your remote work better, but the sound will travel better being slighty elevated. I use a quick release sling on mine to carry it in the field and it also helps to place it in trees or hang on braches, etc.

I have used FOXPRO callers for many years and have NEVER been let down by their dependability and function. It is hands down the best caller to own.

The newer FX5 and soon released Fury might be what you need to upgrade to. Mike is great to work with and will gladly help you out if you call him. They have the best customer service out there.


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Re: electronic coyote calls

Don't overlook the Minaska lineup as well.
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Re: electronic coyote calls

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In my experience, you should never have to put the call farther than 30 to 50 yards at the most from you. Place it slighty upwind from your position is the best place possible.

First, you need to make as little movement as possible on each stand. This includes call placement. If your trotting your butt 400 yards out there to put a call down, chances are every coyote in the country is now heading out of there.

Second, if you place that call 400 yards out there, now what do you do if the coyote hangs up 400 more yards past your caller ?? Chances are your predator rifle ain't gonna make that 800 yard shot.

Last, after a day of trotting your butt off educating coyotes, your gonna go home mad and have no fur for the stretchers...

I own and use a FX5. Never have I had to place a call that far out for any reason what so ever.
I certainly agree and just can't understand why anyone would want to put the call out that far. Or is this a put on?
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Old 09-13-2008, 08:36 PM
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Re: electronic coyote calls

I can't understand the necessity of placing the call that for away...though I am no expert, I manage to call/kill a few each year...both with hand calls and e-callers. I have 2 units now, both Foxpro...an FX 5 and a Scorpion...have never had a time I needed to put my calls that far away...I too have NEVER been let down by my Foxpro units, and they get my highest recommendation. Yes, I have hunted with others, and am fond of the WT, having called/killed several coyoes/cats using it...but own Foxpro.

To each his own, and good luck in whatever choices you make!!!


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