Rob95066

Coyote Calls on mp3 Creation for Sharing

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Hello everyone, I am new to this forum and club, glad to be here! So I produced a 10 minute plus mp3 of various jackrabbit distress calls for coyotes that I am making available here for anyone to use on their hunts. No cost, just sharing. I only ask that you give the group some feedback on if it was useful and if it worked for you. You have to post pics of your dogs that you took out.By the way, it was over 11megabytes so I could not upload it directly here. I had to upload it to my blog in a file so just click the link and you can listen to it or right click to download it.Here is is... PredatorCallsJackRabb…Hope it works!I am also putting together some pups in distress as I called in 2 coyotes within 15 minutes with pups in distress calls. That is coming soon, maybe this evening.Robert

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Here is a link to the Pups in Distress, about 8 minutes that you can loop on your mp3 player. Just like the rabbit in distress sounds above, you can listen to it by clicking on it or right click to download.PredatorCallsPupsinDi…Enjoy!

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My dog heard me playing the recording, and came upstairs to check it out.Tom

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Cool thanks for the work. I iwll try it out

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Guess I'm wasting my time also looking here for places to hunt for coyotes?... Any feedback would be great, I am in Santa Clara and Samta Cruz Counties but am willing to drive up to 150 miles for a good spot.

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Just came back from a coyote hunt in Red Bluff and used the jackrabbit in distress MP3 that I posted and took out a coyote within 15 minutes. Got it on video and have some great pics that I need to edit and put up here. My point being, the jackrabbit call works, try it! Only reason why I did not take out more is because the junk called Cass Creek horn went out for no reason and I was left without a caller. Time to upgrade to a real caller. Any ideas or tips?

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Id reccomend Foxpro, mostly because of their customer service,and the product they make is very good. There are some new callers out on the maket that are a little less money but I dont know how well they hold up. You may want to look at MOJO's Double Trouble with the built in Decoy. But after having 3 Foxpros, thats the way I lean. Good luck.

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I use a foxpro spitfire with an external speaker and have pretty good succes with reliability and the customer service is great as well as the available downloads. My buddy has a primos something or other and doesn't even bring it out any more with the remote control problems he has.

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I ordered a Foxpro Wildfire, can't wait to start using it.

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With MP3 sounds, an IPOD and external speakers is there a reason to buy an expensive e caller?

How often do you ever play multiple sounds at once?

Just curious......

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Having a remote control is what is the biggest advantage. It moves the caller away from you.

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Let me apologize up front

Ok I just can’t resist

acewhite so that means you don’t have the remote for your TV either and you like to go back and forth and half way back to your seat you want to go back to change it again because changing from Pig Man to Gold Rush to Swamp People but you have seen that one and don’t want to see it again

Nothing personal I just could not resist :pot::two-cents:

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Having a remote control is what is the biggest advantage. It moves the caller away from you.

^^^ this

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There are coyotes all over Santa Cruz County but it is almost all private property. When we lived in Santa Cruz in Prospect Heights the coyotes used to come down out of DeLaViega Park and eat the cat's food on our back porch. Best bet is to get to know someone who has a fairly large parcel and is having trouble with coyotes. If you can get permission, calling them in close and using a shotgun may be the only answer. I would try some of the tree farms in Bonny Doon or the summit area. The vineyards in the summit area may also be a good bet. Like the sounds but I have a Mac and am having trouble downloading them. I'll keep working at it. Welcome to the site.

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Dan, I used a Mac to do this. If you want, send me an email address and I will email it to you.

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