Re: Nevada Coyote techniques?
That is a good question and in a group of predator hunters the answer would likely vary. If the spot is conducive to pass shooting and I got there in "prime time" I may sit and glass a while before ever turning on the call. If there is a possibility of bobcats I will call longer, as they are slower to work their way in. If I am night calling I tend to make thirty to forty five minute stands and move on. If you have a lot of ground available you don't have to work a spot so long. Texas is almost all private land and the size of the ranches in the east is getting smaller so I am less apt to quit a spot hastily. When I hunt out west where land is measured in sections or coloraddo and wyoming where large tracts of public land are available I like to cover more ground so make shorter sets.
I have heard it said that if they are coming they will appear in fifteen minutes or less. I think there is a general truth to this but have seen enough exceptions to justify more time.
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