Posted 25 April 2009 - 06:48 PM
I wear one on every hunt. The coyotes will spot you for sure otherwise. I always wear my camoflage contact lens, camo BVD's and douse myself liberally with coyote bitch-in-heat urine to make sure they don't wind me, or if they do they still want to come get some :signtripledogdare2wf:Seriously, this isn't a counter sniper mission. Generally when I decide to go call I put on a camo ball cap and get in the pickup. Calls and rifle are usually found on the front seat, ready to go. Brown carhartt coat and blue jeans seem to be fine camo for this area, so long as a guy tries to use a little bit of rock or brush as cover. I'd bet a brown drab coat blends in as well as camo would in this area. Green camo isn't really the best color to blend in with dry grass and rocks here in the desert. Biggest thing is to not skyline yourself, hide behind or infront of something that hides your outline and DON"T MOVE. I rarely go calling more than a few miles from the house so I don't need to worry about much more than a rifle, call and cell phone, but it doesn't change the fact that you don't have to spend a bunch of money on dog poop to call coyotes. I've killed a few and only have invested in a couple of hand calls, a howler, and rifles I would own anyway. It doesn't have to be expensive, all you really have to do is make sure you enjoy yourself.
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