Take enough of the water;
Take high-calorie food;
Take an extra tank;
Take a first-aid kit;
Let somebody know your location.
Rifle (204 Ruger, 223 Remington, 22-250 Remington, or 243 Winchester calibers) or shotgun;
Seat for waiting on a coyote;
Consider the area of hunting;
Depend on the nature’s colors;
Make sure it is lightweight and breathable;
Cover hands with the gloves;
Make sure gloves has non-slippery coverage;
Wear a face mask.
Choose the highest elevation;
Check the wind’s direction as coyotes used to come downwind;
Do not walk in without camo gear;
Prefer to sit in the shady place;
Make sure the front are is clear.
The preferable distance is up to 50 yards;
The ideal distance for decoy is 3 feet within the call;
Try to determine where coyote might come from to choose caller’s direction.
Change the sound to make coyote be curious about it;
Use distress sounds for early season;
Find out more about territorial sounds to understand coyotes’ language;
Start the call at the low volume;
Try different time of calling (10-20 minutes).
Try not to move a lot;
Do not stop the decoy and let it works;
Move if the coyote moves and stop when it stops;
Take a downwind direction;
Check whether there’s coyote’s partners behind you;
Do not take a moving shot.
Can be found in the deserts;
Nearby the cattle as they hunt them;
Coyotes tend to be around the deer;
Look for the areas with the water source;
Look for the fresh tracks as well as for the scat ( new scat is dark with the flies around it);
Coyotes do not walk in the opened area but the area where it can hide from a danger;
Likely find coyote at the agricultural field.
Summer is the period to rest for hunters;
In Spring coyotes tend to choose the territory carefully;
Winter is one of the best times for hunting as coyotes spend a lot of time to look for food;
In Fall hunting is perfect due to the weather and coyotes want to be called;