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ohiocoyote
post Feb 14 2012, 11:07 PM
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I use all hand calls for hunting yotes, I was just wondering what calling sequences everyone use. I usually open up with some soft cottontail distress calls, and wait a while, followed by longer and louder calls. Is this the best way to open a spot with? How long should I call, and what other calling sequences should I use? Any help is appreciated!


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post Feb 15 2012, 04:00 AM
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Hey there Ohioyote hunter, where about are you located? I am hunting in Southeastern Ohio close to Marietta. About your calling I also use mouth calls but what you need to watch is the time of year. Early in the fall and starting into winter I like to use some distress calls. This time of year they are breeding or are close to it so they will be territorial so use some challenge howls, I have had great success.

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post Feb 15 2012, 04:11 AM
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I am located on the mid-western part of the state, Mercer County. Its all flat farm land up here and I know there are some yote's around, but just haven't had any luck yet. Thanks for the tip tho, I will try working some howls and see what happens. Also, I know right where your at, I go deer hunting close to where your located, just outside of Beverly.


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