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use a electric caller, and tie a few trukey feathers to a dowel rod about 2 feet long
stick the rod in the direction you figure the coyotes will come from but within easy shooting range. wear full camo, including FACEMASK AND GLOVES
they have awesome sense of smell so try to make it where they cant circle downwind of you.
or you can just hang a snare exactly where a yote will stick his head thru
 

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I'm in Saint Charles, anyone want to go on a yote hunt let me know. I would like to learn this craft as well! BTW, what do you do with them after you wack em?
 

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Originally posted by Nicholas
BTW, what do you do with them after you wack em?
go home and toast the recently deceased with a beer.:cheers:
 

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Originally posted by Nicholas
I'm in Saint Charles, anyone want to go on a yote hunt let me know. I would like to learn this craft as well! BTW, what do you do with them after you wack em?
I've seen recipe's in wildgame cookbooks...I'd say, field dress it, take it home, hang it in your tree in the front yard, skin it out, bone it out, and cook it....let us know how it tastes!!!!:cheers:
 
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I've had some success with the distressed rabbit calls played on a tape player. Can't say much for it but sometimes it does work. Most yotes I've killed is because I was lucky, or they were unlucky, and I saw them at least 300 yards out before they saw me.........:banana::banana::dancin::dancin::wave::wave::rotfl:
 
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