Your Favorite Foxpro E-Calls
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Posted 25 August 2012 - 11:54 AM
anyway, about 2 weeks later after the first one I got another one, pretty much did the same thing, same calls and sequences but this time I was ready... shot about 200 yards across a draw... the dogs came in way off one side of the draw, then stopped right across from me and one sat on top of a large boulder and I got him right between the chest, he rolled off the front of the rock like he was in a diving competition and tumbled down the draw, it was quite a site!!! The other one ran off and I shot at him as he fled away, maybe a 300 yard shot but completely flat out missed...
I went out calling about 3 other times over the next 4 months without anything coming in, but the first two made a great 2011... looking forward to going out again after deer season when the yotes get more desperate to find game when the weather turns cold... thanks again for all the help, couldn't have done it without you guys...
p.s., "lightning jack" was the big winner
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Posted 29 August 2012 - 08:49 PM
hey what are you doing with my rifle ! I love mine to.Great job man now you are hooked for life.nice mature dog too with a good coat.
got one! this was my first yote... thanks for your help, i used your suggestions and i was shocked how fast they came in... called 3 sequences about 2 minutes each with pauses in between, and two came charging in after about 10'
I like the gray fox distress ,lighting jack and aggersive jack.Birds I had a few come into lucky bird.
Posted 08 September 2013 - 04:13 PM
I've taken many of the "yodel dogs" in the past years and my top sounds are: hoary woodpecker, any rabbit sound,guinea pigs, mouse squeak,coyote group, lone male, female invitation and always the screaming coyote pup! One thing that seems to help is to vary the volume more than change the sound itself. Max of 2-3 sounds per stand and go silent for a couple of minutes now and then. Stay on stand for a good half hour, try to stay downwind, use a masking scent around you, don't move and don't use too much volume! As a side note if there is more than one coyote coming in shoot the first one in the back hip to anchor it and then it's yelping will keep the other one close. Dispatch the 2nd one and then quickly take care of #1 with a kill shot. If you kill the first one the second will run off and be educated. Anchor #1 and #2 hangs around long enough for an exciting double! Granted this may not be the most humane way but when you are losing calves or sheep it becomes a numbers game and you want them OUTA THERE!
Posted 09 September 2013 - 09:55 AM
I wouldn't recommend that anyone purposely take a shot at any animal with the intension to just injure it weather you plan on a good kill shot to follow or not. If you can't get both o them then it just isn't supposed to happen.
Posted 09 September 2013 - 08:53 PM
As a side note if there is more than one coyote coming in shoot the first one in the back hip to anchor it and then it's yelping will keep the other one close. Dispatch the 2nd one and then quickly take care of #1 with a kill shot. If you kill the first one the second will run off and be educated. Anchor #1 and #2 hangs around long enough for an exciting double! Granted this may not be the most humane way but when you are losing calves or sheep it becomes a numbers game and you want them OUTA THERE!
Not cool...or even smart...or effective.
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