ORIGINAL: Woods Walker
I have also used my mouth and throat to make grunt calls with, and it has stopped them.
I can also do crows and Great Horned Owls pretty good too. When the Great Horns are passing through the oak woods adjacent to my property, I have had pretty good luck calling them in. It's neat!
Has anyone here called coyotes by sucking on the back of your hand, or inner finger? I learned how to do that when I was a teenager, and I've called coyotes that way from out in Wyoming to here in Illinois. They have to be somewhat close of course, and here in Illinois I once called one that was about 400 yards across a stubble field on a calm day. It's a good skill to have, as you don't have to dig for a predator call if you're deer hunting and you get a chance at some 'yotes.
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