Anyone else tried this: In an attempt to be more prepared for LRH big game I decided to try late evening sniping from a hide. Been out several times. Yotes have been within visible range both evenings. Obstacles are typical. Russian olive trees/thickets, sage brush and some openings. Yotes travel the edges and trails. Tonight is/was a great almost full moon and fresh snow cover. I could only see a spots were things would be visible. Well after dark, and the shadows were distinct from the moon light the yotes over on the posted ground started yapping. Then the deep voiced yote over in my area opened up. He was less than 500 yds away but I had no good view of the spot due to sage brush. Scope light transmission is pretty fair. (Weaver Tactical 4.5-14 X 44 FFP Mil Dot). I'd say I could reliably make a shot on a clear snow covered spot out to 300 yds. I gave up when I saw that I was uncomfortable making a shot (reticle blended into background, even on snow) at the 500 yd and 540 yard clearings. I'm about to make the jump to the best light (seeing through my eyes) transmitting scope I can afford. Either a night force 56mm or a Zeiss Conquest 50mm. Or should I give up and go kill some yotes the old fashion way.