WANNA NIGHT HUNT YOTES AFTER BUCK SEASON!

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WANNA NIGHT HUNT YOTES AFTER BUCK SEASON!

Postby cabinkeeper » Mon Nov 17, 2008 1:35 am

LOOKIN FOR INPUT ! GOT MOST OF WHAT I NEED,GUN SPOTLIGHT,SPOTLIGHT HOLDER....BOY!
GOT NIGHT VISON ON CAM1/4ER,WORK THAT IN THERE
A 30/30 too much?.....tripwire? :Very Happy:
I know its best done with 2 hunters together?
Can't use recorded decoy modern device thingy :dealer:
In north east pennsylvania.
Had a good lookin yote come within feet of me last archery season,thought of whacking him/her with bow.


:Very Happy: thank you fellow woodwisers?...lol
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Postby SJohnson » Mon Nov 17, 2008 7:37 am

I've never done this, but it does sound like a pretty good time...

We don't have enough Yotes down here to really hunt... Might have to give the fox hunting a try though...
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Postby cabinkeeper » Mon Nov 17, 2008 11:04 pm

We got them ...like rabbits!
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Postby bowhntrtom » Tue Nov 18, 2008 9:47 am

Sounds like you got what you need. I dont do any yote hunting since we dont have enough to hunt down here but I love fox hunting. PM me and I will go into detail how I have done it for years now with very good success...if you want .
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Postby HuntingEd » Wed Nov 26, 2008 9:27 am

hey, that stinks you cant use recorded calls, they work wonders.

Here is my setup:

.223 rifle, 24x scope, Scope light, buzzing rabbit decoy, and a spot light. I usually go out w/ two of us for ease. But you can do it alone. Pick a nice cold night, and remember they will come from down wind of your calls.. Pick a nice cold night to start.

I like to get set up wait for a few min, then hit the calls. Give it about 30 sec then scan the area w/ the spotlight. The eyes will show up easily. Then turn the light off, get the gun on the area and have your spotlighter turn the light back above the animal then bring it down on it. Make sure you lights dont put light on you our they will see you and run.

Make sure to practice shooting a night...

PM me with any questions, and good luck, night hunting for predators is an Absolute BLAST!
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Postby cuppedwings » Tue Jun 23, 2009 5:07 pm

Hi there! Any suggestions on what calls to use. I am new to this and want to give it a go this fall. Tried last year but I didn't really have any success at all. I am using an electronic call, but I hear it might not be the way to go? Thanks
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Postby adaye » Wed Jun 24, 2009 8:38 am

I haven't hunted coyotes before but everything I've read or watched about it suggest you will have more success using coyote calls rather than varmit distress calls. Not that they don't work but it seems your success can hinge on how well you understand the coyotes own language.

For fox i've had good success with rabbit in distress but fox pup distress is #1 for me.
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Postby cuppedwings » Wed Jun 24, 2009 8:43 am

I have fox here to. In fact I almost got run over by one during spring turkey!! Heard that calling and saw the decoy and it was on it fast!!
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Postby adaye » Wed Jun 24, 2009 8:49 am

I shot a red a couple years back that attacked my hen decoy during turkey season.

3 1/2" #4 Federals put a quick stop to that.
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Postby cuppedwings » Wed Jun 24, 2009 8:54 am

Well, this one showed up before I was thinking about hunting them. Heck of a sight though! You are right to,came out of nowhere fast and just as it was about to grab the decoy it realized it was a fake. Could have laid it out, just decided not to.
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