I would be surprised if others don't follow in short order. Hunterbob, I like you, love a great coyote hunting story. I hoped to open this thread up to that some time ago. I just wanted this thread to be a learning experience and not a bs one. So please let her rip. Looking forward to hearing some great stories.
Bark when that happens , or give a rabbit call.. disappear as soon as they see you though, you'l get another chance sometimes .Always be prepared to shoot when moving. Yesterday I was walking into a really strong headwind and nearly stepped on one. The whole pack took off and I was not prepared.
Yep. No door slamming. Not even a little. Push it closed like you got a field full of pheasant 15 yards away.Always hide your truck and be super quiet and careful getting to the set. Sound carries a long **** way when you're in the middle of nowhere. Also cover your downwind side and expect the worst when a dog is getting near your scent cone. Cold weather and a light breeze makes for the farthest carrying and strongest scent cone.
Best of luck to all of those getting after it.