show me your coyote hunting load out.

Discussion in 'Coyote Hunting - From 10 Yards to over 1,000 Yards' started by window licker, Aug 27, 2014.

  1. window licker

    window licker Well-Known Member

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    Was curious what everyone is using ie, rifles, packs, camo, etc.
    I will post my gear when I get home.
     
  2. rdsii64

    rdsii64 Well-Known Member

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    This was posted back in August and you still haven't made it home. (chuckle)

    I keep it simple.

    rifle / ammo
    water / snacks
    first aid kit
    Mouth call / E-caller
    Cell phone (turned off obvioulsly)
    Binoculars / range finder

    and a hunting buddy, never hunt alone.
     

  3. window licker

    window licker Well-Known Member

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    Oh yeah, sorry. Didn't see any interest in it so I didn't post anything.
     

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  4. Cavscout68

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    Day pack.(in pack) e-call,mouth call,water, snack,camo rain gear,extra socks,basic first aide kit,extra batteries.
    17/204 ar.
    Shooting sticks.
    Extra mag/ammo
    Cell phone.
    Wallet/ current hunting permits
     
  5. 1denogean

    1denogean Well-Known Member

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    I keep it very simple,
    • shot gun or both shotgun and rifle just incase the terrain is different then expected
    • no more then 2 extra bullets besides whats in the gun for each stand (the truck has more bullets)
    • caller and remote nothing extra to rattle on
    • max 1 camo thats what blends in best in my area whatever blends in best in yours
    • wear a face mask and gloves on the way in
    • everything else water, knives, etc. all stays at the truck
    • the less stuff you have the less noise there is to make
     
  6. 87predator

    87predator Well-Known Member

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    Both rifle and shotgun, e-call, binos, rangeinder, stadium seat, and a few hand calls. Drag rope.

    Window licker, what stock is that?
     
  7. window licker

    window licker Well-Known Member

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    Accuracy international AX, it is a bit heavy. I am going to build a 20" 22 x47 lapua for next year and run the 80 grain vld out of it. Probably use a McMillan A3 edge on the next one.
     
  8. c_bass16

    c_bass16 Well-Known Member

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    This is an old video, but it shows some of the stuff we carry (not every time) but may carry, depending on where we're going.
    We've came a long way as a team and a lot of our gear has been refined over the past 5 seasons with experience and upgrades...but we cover a lot of area when we set out, so we usually go out with whatever we MIGHT need, rather than what we plan to need.

    [ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcz4Jx51anA"]O'Neill Ops - Gear Review - YouTube[/ame]
     
  9. Khavic

    Khavic Well-Known Member

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    Hand calls, e caller, rifle/ shotgun depending on terrain, mojo critter, rangefinder/binos, turkey hunter snap on seat that hangs off belt.
     
  10. xdeano

    xdeano Well-Known Member

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    Go light, travel faster, further.
    Gun, ammo, rangefinder, hand calls and dog remote.
    Xdeano
     
  11. window licker

    window licker Well-Known Member

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    I get the concept of coyote hunting, I was curious as to what you guys were using, to increase the arsenal.
     

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  12. xdeano

    xdeano Well-Known Member

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    Ok. Be more specific then, what exactly do you want to know? kind of weapons, bullets, optics, calls, bags etc. what?

    Xdeano
     
  13. JTPinTX

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    My load out is pretty basic because I run and gun. Water, snacks, all that kind of gear stays in the truck as we bounce from place to place.


    What I actually carry on stand:

    CS-24 on small tripod, with remote.
    Couple of mouth calls, usually Carver 220 swift and open reed howler.
    Rangefinder in pocket in case one really hangs up in our open country.
    Home-made shooting sticks.
    Rifle (.223, fast twist .220 Swift, or 25-06) plus a few extra rounds in my pocket.
    Of course, camo, gloves, headnet, appropriate to weather/season.
    "Sometimes" a decoy, not very often.
    "Sometimes" a camera, like if my daughter is with me. She is big on pictures, lol.
     
  14. wackinandstackin243

    wackinandstackin243 Well-Known Member

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    Remington VLS 243
    Sceery open reed distress
    Sceery howler
    Verminator tweety and sycho tweety
    squeaker


    E callers are just more bulk than I like to carry. Besides that, everybody has one.