Clothes for coyote hunting

Discussion in 'Coyote Hunting - From 10 Yards to over 1,000 Yards' started by nate-lab, Mar 1, 2009.

  1. nate-lab

    nate-lab Well-Known Member

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    What type of clothes do you use for hunting?
     
  2. Racr350

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    I know its overkill but i use a ghillie suit when theres no snow. When there is snow, I have a full snow camo suit. The more hidden you can get, the better. Those dogs are smart!
     

  3. nate-lab

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    cool what type of cover do you have where you hunt (woods, grass, wheat fields, ect..)
     
  4. Racr350

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    I sit down in a small hedgerow (Small line of trees/brush that divides two fields incase anyone didnt know :D) and shoot from there. That way I have two fields i can use. As for the fields themselves...theyre just your basic corn fields. But they sure stretch a long ways out! :D
     
  5. nate-lab

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    about like what i have but the fields are wheat or milo on one side
     
  6. Racr350

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    Sounds like you have some prime hunting land then.
     
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    Old faded Carhartt's. I hunt in rolling foothills with a lot of brown grass. These work great for me. I work in them and use them for hunting when they are wore out.
     
  8. nate-lab

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    have not coyote hunter it alot but have had some come in when i was bowhunting for deer
     
  9. sscoyote

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    I use overalls that a buddy gets for me at garage sales when it gets cold. Usually i use military BDU pants (i like the side pockets to carry more gear), and old quilted shirts that blend into the landscape i usually hunt. Usually i can get these at 2nd-hand stores pretty cheap.

    Even as a spot and stalk hunter this system works well enuf for me.
     
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  11. nate-lab

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    nice camo what is it
     
  12. Racr350

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    My Snow Suit is a lott like that. Is that Field&Stream?
     
  13. stevenwoll

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    Not sure of the pattern but it is from cabelas
     
  14. GUNNER 1

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    :)HAVE ANY OF YOU EVER WATCHED FILM OR LOOKED AT OLD PICTURES OF FRED BEAR ; THE BOW HUNTER BACK IN THE 1950 & EARLY 60s HE WAS A GREAT HUNTER ,AND ALWAYS WORE A WHITE SHIRT ,TIE FADORA, LEATHERJACKET, KAKYPANTS, HE HUNTED ALL OVER THE WORLD WITH A BOW, KILLED EVERYTHING , HIS ADVISE WAS SIT STILL! I HUNT YOTES , ALMOST EVERYDAY, AND I WEAR WHAT EVER COMES OUT OF THE DRYER CLEAN.AND DRY.AND I DONT THINK THE YOTES IN SOUTH TEXAS ARE ANY DUMMER THAN ANY WHERE ELSE. JUST A THOUGHT .WHAT EVER YOU WEAR GOOD LUCK.