I live in WNC, up in the Mtns. and I have about 10 acres to hunt. Television makes this look so easy, and I'm getting frustrated, ARGH. I have about a 400yd valley, and 200+ft of hills on each side. One with pines, and the right side wide open. I've heard yotes almost every night, but my lil johnny stewart tape player, works wonders on crows, but not so much coyotes, but then again I dunno really what to play for them. Pup in distress, Locater, cottontail baby, grown cottontail, and several reed mouth callers, and a cpl squeakers. The one time I did it, I was shooting my 5R in .308 with a 175 SMK, up on the open side, " trying" to blend into the fence line, and shoot from prone. I started with the pup in distress, and changed to a baby cottontail distress, and within 2 mins, here came a good size yote just trotting up the valley road. It stopped, and I put one right in the shoulder, after he hit the ground, he yelped and yelped, but didn't move. I waited till he stopped yelping, and started making my way towards him. I got about 100yds from it and it started dragging its self to its feet, so I stopped and by then he had went 20yds back down the road, and I put one more in him... Same results, hit the ground, yelping, then motionless. I eased back to my house to get a pistol in case I needed to finish it, and came back to a full on foot race through the woods, and me firing every chance I had an opening. Obviously this time it worked to get one in, but no more luck anywhere near that spot. Any tips, on calls to start with, make a stand etc.? Thanks, and look forward to input.