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Coyote Hunting, Night Hunting, Predator Hunting -

Predator hunting at night, similar to varmint hunting, initially gained popularity due to the financial impact varmints and predators caused farmers and ranchers. Predators kill livestock while varmints tear apart feed bags and eat livestock food. These mishaps have since turned on an industry focused on predator calling, electronic predator calls, predator mouth calls, predator hunting lights, night hunting clothes, led hunting lights and more. Out of all the predators to hunt for, coyotes earned the top spot as the most commonly targeted predator across the nation. They’ve rightfully earned this spot due to their desired meal being small, weak, or...

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Coyote Hunting, Coyote Hunting Lights, Night Hunting, Night Hunting Lights, Predator Hunting, Predator Hunting Lights -

The best coyote light is going to play to the few disadvantages nature's premier predator has. Coyotes have great eye sight, hearing, smell, and agility which makes it very difficult for predator hunters to see them long enough to pull a shot off. Many times coyotes will come and go while the night hunter is not aware of their presence. It is important that your lights for hunting coyotes are designed to light up dogs before they're senses tell them you're in the area. Hunting lights for coyotes are few and far between, but some of the best lights for coyote hunting can be the...

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Coyote Hunting, Coyote Hunting Lights, Night Hunting, Night Hunting Lights, Predator Hunting, Predator Hunting Lights -

Buying predator hunting lights can be difficult. We've put a guide together to help you buy your next set of predator lights. Predators can pick up on subtle changes around them, which makes it difficult for predator hunters to effectively spot and harvest them. The best predator hunting lights will work discretely...

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Night Hunting -

A Guest Blog by Josh Montgomery   Even for people experienced hunting game during the day, it can be quite the shift to move to night hunting. After all, the lack of lighting can significantly change how you view your environment and the game you’re hunting could be new to you. Here, we are going to take a look at what you should bring to your night hunting trip and what you should bring.  Differences in Game During the day, most hunters hunt whitetail deer. At night, though, many hunters go after predators - especially coyotes. These animals are very...

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Coyote Calling, Coyote Hunting, Night Hunting, Predator Hunting -

1- Prey Distress  Studies have shown coyotes will eat anything they can fit in their mouths including rocks, plastic packaging, harness buckles, and even the occasional unlucky rabbit. Because of this, there is no secret to which prey distress call to use. The key to a successful hunt is going to depend upon the coyote’s security level. A coyote’s approach to the distress call will be determined by its most recent experience. A study was done on GPS collared coyotes where coyotes were trapped every 6 weeks, collar information was uploaded and fresh batteries were installed, then released back to...

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