One sound that will often bring coyotes running to your location is the coyote pup distress. Even though coyote pups are grown to adult sizes by this time of year, the coyote pup distress (Ki-YI) has brought males and females running to our calls, we rarely leave a setup without using this sound.

At the end of the day, I like to use a combination of all of these calls to entice a coyote to come to our location. A normal calling sequence for us will last anywhere from 20 to 30 minutes and may sound something like this.

Female coyote long howls, or fem. We have no set style or sound that we use exclusively. We try to change it up and see what works. It is impossible to know what sounds the coyotes want to hear so there is no set way of knowing until you get out there and try a little bit of everything.

Good luck!!!CommentsBeen wanting to get out and do a little calling with the snow cover we have had… Time seems to be an issue as well as a couple of nice bucks that keep showing there faces on a couple of farms I hunt… We still have quite a bit of time!

Posted by outdoorlivin247 on January 06Anybody ever use a fawn bleat? I’ve never tried it but it may be worth a shot. Not surePosted by Andy Meador on January 07Alittle old school,but J. Stewart’s cassette pheasant distress has worked before at those pheasant release areas and a good house cat distress call has brought in my biggest yote to date.

Don’t know if they make them for the modern callers,but might be worth a search. House cat distress call can also be mimmic by certain reed calls or just wing it by mouth. I’ve also had luck with a combo of an electric crow call and distress rabbit mouth call.

Those turkey mouth calls can produce some pretty cool distress sounds too. Posted by tw67 on January 07On fox you can’t beat a yellow hammer woodpecker call. The adjustments are usually in turret form. Usually, there are 2 or 3 turrets and each adjusts a different setting.

If your scope has variable power, there will be an adjustment called the power ring. This is typically found on the front of the ocular bell. 7. Tubes: Length, Construction, PurgeThe center of the scope is often referred to as the “erector tube” or “main body tube” and it usually has a diameter of one inch.

With a larger tube, you will have a heavier scope. Tubes are often manufactured using aluminum that is resistant to corrosion. When a tube is purged, it means that is has been completely sealed using O-rings and has been completely emptied and filled with a special gas like argon or nitrogen.

A purged tube is essential as it keeps moisture out. 8. Deal with Windy DaysMost days it will be windy, especially in the western half of the country. That is no reason to throw in the towel. Stay after them. “People often don’t call on windy days,” Belding said.

They almost always do, but they especially come in downwind on windy days.

“Once it gets to 30 mph, it’s pointless. But you can work with 15 to 20 mph. They almost always do, but they especially come in downwind on windy days. ”So don’t quit just because it’s windy. Instead, be even more careful with the wind and set up a little closer to where you think dogs are lounging so they can hear you call.