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I've located them. Now what?

 
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Old 11-18-2012, 08:36 PM
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Re: I've located them. Now what?

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Old 11-18-2012, 09:57 PM
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Re: I've located them. Now what?

In the locations where there is frequent attempts by bunches of people to do the calling the thing, yotes have figured it out. That my be what is going on in your case at that location.

I've experienced this many times. In fact I can set up the caller in my back pasture behind the house a about 200 yards and will get several groups of yotes to howl at the same time.

They won't come to the typical mouth blown distress call. Frustrating!!!

I'm not talented enough to use a howler except for a locater. I don't understand their language.

I use a cobbled up VarmintAL Radio Shack 5W amplifier, metal horn speaker and iPod with the 16 and 20 minute sequences. These seem to have enough different sounds that seems to increase the success rate.

I'd mix up the call sounds a bit. But the more they are called and not shot the more they are educated.
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Old 11-18-2012, 11:00 PM
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Re: I've located them. Now what?

haha I love the website!! You guys are awesome!
I've considered getting a howler, guess I'll give it a try. Sounds like fun, just getting them to answer is exciting for me. Thanks again for the tips!
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Old 11-18-2012, 11:28 PM
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Re: I've located them. Now what?

Hopefully my ICOtec 300 will be here in the mail tomorrow or the next day. Where I am there is lots of black spruce areas where visibility is 20-30 yards at best. But along the powerlines there is visibility so I will be putting the caller out as far as I can and using my mouth calls for adding to the mix .. Eventually I want a Wildlife Technology or FoxPro that comes loaded with Snowshoe Hare and use it or add it to the mix. The Sceery s.s. hare call is a closed Reed call so it freezes up pretty quick. I almost have the call duplicated with the Tally Ho, The Little Dog white works pretty good at duplicating it and the PeeWee works pretty good with the custom horn on it. . Anyway being divers in your calling can only help. I think too many guys are too impatient. . . Don't wait long enough. .
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Old 11-28-2012, 02:06 AM
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Re: I've located them. Now what?

Try having a buddy move away and howl at your from 500yds or so away, have a little conversation between the 2 of you with challange howls! This might just get them thinking 2 dogs looking for territory are about to go at it for there's. Then one of ya shut up and the other starts a KiYi.
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Old 12-03-2012, 12:05 AM
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Re: I've located them. Now what?

If your useing an E caller don't leave any stand without trying coyote pup distress
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Old 12-03-2012, 12:17 PM
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Re: I've located them. Now what?

That's is also good sound advice on the pup in distress! But be ready for a full on charge! I have had them run all the way around the caller and then stop 100yards away to look back at what is howling and barking at them (me)! Its a rush that's for sure!
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