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Equipment setup for calling night and day?

 
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Old 01-16-2014, 11:37 AM
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Re: Equipment setup for calling night and day?

My current daytime equipment:
-FoxPro spitfire
-Primos quiver critter (sometimes)
-Rifle (either scoped 243 bolt or AR w/ EOtech)
-Full camo with mask and gloves

Night gear:
Same setup except I pack a 12ga or the AR if its a full moon with snow.


I'm in an area where artificial light for hunting is illegal. My night hunting has not been as successful as I would like and I want to give it a go with a green or red spotlight but I can't afford any problems with F&G. So once I get some money pulled together I'll get my hands on some NV equipment. I'm interested to see other guy's night setups.
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Old 01-26-2014, 08:05 PM
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Re: Equipment setup for calling night and day?

I hunt on moon lit nights, I love my Burris 4-16 with the electro dot on my model 70 223. The hardest part is yardage in big open farm fields at night, bring a range finder for sure. Watch out for great horned owls at night they almost took my stocking hat off a few times.
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Old 01-29-2014, 11:06 PM
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Re: Equipment setup for calling night and day?

Yes the owels ... Ok so I might post this In The Wong spot but here it gose
I live in upstate ny farthest shot on a good day 150 yds I'm hunting over bait I've tryed calls all I get are bobcats " can't shoot where I hunt " hawks owels rabbits ... So for the last 3 I've been trying like crazy to get a yote I get them on camra they come to bait but when the cats show up " group of 4 " yotes go a way any help would be grate all I wanna do is shoot one or maybe 2 or 3 ... Thier very quiet around here only howl on full moon or Thier abouse ...
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Old 01-31-2014, 05:55 PM
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Re: Equipment setup for calling night and day?

I just did a series of "What's working for me" on my FB page. Most of my hunting is daytime so there's not much night hunting info there. The day calling stuff might be of help. I just use a Pelican two AA scan light and a Cree rechargeable for a kill light.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/No-Off-Season/110810752329946

Scroll down to January 8th and you can follow it up.
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Old 02-13-2014, 09:41 PM
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Re: Equipment setup for calling night and day?

Ok so back at it again but all I got was bobcats again 3 came in but no yotes.. I called Monday am but nothing got them on camra at 10pm but they haven't been back yet .. Dunno if Thier the only 2 in the county or what but all I get is bob cats are they smarter than yotes or dumber
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Old 02-13-2014, 09:43 PM
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Re: Equipment setup for calling night and day?

Ok so back at it again but all I got was bobcats again 3 came in but no yotes.. I called Monday am but nothing got them on camra at 10pm but they haven't been back yet ."coyotes". Dunno if Thier the only 2 in the county or what but all I get is bob cats are they smarter than yotes or dumber
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Old 02-13-2014, 10:27 PM
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Re: Equipment setup for calling night and day?

Dumber but much more valuable. Don't get me wrong, they are very perceptive to movement but they aren't otherwise the sharpest Crayons in the box.
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