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your hunting coyotes and you just got set up in a good place how long should you wait before starting your calls?

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  • your hunting coyotes and you just got set up in a good place how long should you wait before starting your calls?

    your hunting coyotes and you just got set up in a good place how long should you wait before starting your calls?

  • #2
    15-20 minutes

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    • #3
      Depends on how much noise you made coming in, I setup quietly and quickly and wait a moment get to survey the area around me then I start calling! My old electronic call, I had 2 minute pause before it started and it worked perfect.


      The more you wait before calling the more you’re sent will saturate the area.


      The best electronic call I’ve found is the Johnny Stewart Cottontail (102C)

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      • #4
        call for 20 mins then move on.

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        • #5
          I agree with Clay, quite entry and set up, give it 3-4 minutes and start your calling. Go low and quite at first then pick up intensity. 20-30 minutes and nothing is reason to relocate.

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          • #6
            Thats great info Beekeeper I always set up then start calling right away. This will be great info for my next coyote hunt.

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            • #7
              I usually wait about 5 min after I have everything set. 20 min is usually best but its my experience that the first 10 min are the best.

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              • #8
                If your quiet then you can start with in five minutes if you ride your new shiney 4 wheeler to your blind try the next day! Seriously, 5 minutes or so 15 on the outside. Don't wait any longer unless you're hunting fields but 15 minutes, if you're set up on top of your caller/decoy is a long time. Your sent will be every where. If you are a 100 or so yards from it 15-20 minutes will be fine. But don't stay there longer than 1 hour.

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                • #9
                  I agree that 15-20 minutes is probably about right.

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                  • #10
                    Agreed with Beekeeper answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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