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Old December 2, 2012, 12:56 AM   #2
big al hunter
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Join Date: March 12, 2011
Location: Washington state
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Use a howler in the pre-dawn to locate one, or more. Then set up with the wind in your favor. Put the decoys far enough away from you to keep the coyotes attention away from you, but close enough to make the sound seem like it came from the decoy.

Take a 12 ga shotgun with #4 buck for up close, multiple dogs at one time. And your rifle for the one that hangs up at 200.

Keep an eye toward your downwind, that is the most likely direction they will come from.

Good camo and something behind you to help you hide. Try not to set up at the top of a hill, get 10 yards downhill to prevent your silhouette on the skyline.

Don't forget to aim.
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