I went out yesterday for some yote fun. After 2 dry sets, I finally had a taker. I set my caller out 50 yards out from a good sitting tree, and a good 75-100yards from the nearest cover for a yote. I sat down, waited a few minutes and turned on Lightening Jack at half volume. I had just enough time to look to my left and back, and there was a nice little female already on top of my caller (7 paces away to be exact) I barked at her, she stopped, Rock River went bang, she dropped in her tracks. To my surprise, the foxbang on my caller didn't work. I looked down at the remote to see why it didn't work and noticed that the elapsed time was only 37 seconds! (don't blame FoxPro
, I'm the dumbass that didn't turn the foxbang feature on) It's the fastest taker I've ever had by a margine of at least 2 minutes. I can't even figure out how she covered that much ground that fast, but she did it (it was super windy, so I'm guessing she had to be bedded down in the brush very close and just didn't hear me sneak in).
I've dropped a few coyotes over the years, but I'm by no means an expert caller. So this all got me to thinking, since this was by a country mile my shortest set ever, and the fastest I've heard of. What's the fastest you guys have had em come in?