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Predator Hunting Tip: Mix Up Your Sounds

This is an excerpt from Jared Blohm’s article “Schooled,” which appears in the Winter 2014-2015 issue of Predator Hunting Magazine. The issue is now available on newsstands and in digital format. By Jared Blohm Although some predator hunters swear by sticking with one or two go-to sounds on each stand, Hunters Specialties Pro Staffers...

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Coyote Management Tip: Feed Them Fawns

This is a portion of Andrew Lewands’s story “Sounds That Satisfy,” which appeared in the December 2014 Trapper & Predator Caller issue. By Andrew Lewand Deer, whether mule deer or whitetails, are nearly everywhere and so are coyotes. What a perfect blend of opportunity. While coyotes have been observed taking down adult deer, the real...

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Party Crashers! Non-Native Coyotes Impacting Whitetail Deer in Southeast

White-tailed deer are still overabundant in many sections of the nation, especially where hunter harvest is the only important source of deer mortality. Meanwhile, some areas are experiencing a disturbing decline in deer abundance, primarily because of poorly understood natural mortality factors. By John Ozoga As I discussed in the December 2010 Deer &...

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Utah Establishes Coyote Bounty Program

Utah Department of Wildlife Resources officials have established a bounty on coyotes as part of a new Predator Control Program open to the public in an effort to assist its mule deer population. The Predator Control Program is part of the state’s Mule Deer Protection Act. The Utah Legislature passed the act during its...

Put more emotion into calling to attract more coyotes and bobcats.

For More Predators, Turn Up the Heat

  When you’re pursuing predators for fun or as part of your deer management plan, be sure to do your scouting and preparation homework prior to the hunt for better chances at success. These weekly tactics, ideas and suggestions from Trapper & Predator Caller can help with your predator problems on private or leased lands. By Mark...

Just a whiff of a hunter's odor could be enough to send a coyote running the opposite direction from your hide.

Wind Can Be Coyote Hunter’s Advantage

If you’re a predator hunter you know how vitally important it is to always know the wind direction and plan your hide accordingly. Just one whiff of a hunter could put a coyote or bobcat on alert or send him hauling in the other direction. Never ignore the wind. These tactics from Trapper &...