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Since this doesn't fall under "Whitetails", I posted under the "Other Hunting Topics" and "Predators" Forum asking for advice on decoy setups and calls. But this forum gets more traffic, and even discussion on coyotes, so I'm posting here hoping to direct any predator hunters to my post in the other forum.

If you can help me, please see:
http://www.missouriwhitetails.com/forums/viewthread.php?tid=103987

I appreciate any advice I can get from the experienced predator hunters! :bowing:
 

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Where is the farm located? That will work on weekends but he might need to find somebody that can set traps and cable restraints.
 

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Go to predatormasters.com tons of info. I posted on your other thread as well.
 

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Worry less about the actual sound made and more about how to get an effective set-up situation to get a coyote in the crosshair. The set-up is at least 70% of a successful stand, with remaining motionless, the actual call/sound, and marksmanship the remaining 30% or so of the total. It's all about the wind my friend, it's all blowing in the wind...
 

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Speaking of wind, face more down wind they will more often come from that direction but not always. Make sure you have some shooting space down wind. 100yrds or so.
 
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