Spot/stalking a coyote

1oldcoyote

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How I stalk a bedded coyote. I will use the face of a clock as an example. Wind blowing from 12:00 to 6:00. The bedded coyote is the center of the clock dial. After triangulating it's bearing. I sneak in from the 10:00 or 200 angle. Which puts me up & cross wind from the coyote. If I'm quiet enough, I have plenty of time to go prone for a relaxed shot.
 

1oldcoyote

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Typical of my hunt area. We do have timbered areas. But I focus my time on the open rolling hills. Fence line is 1/2 mile out from the roadway.
 

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Redman

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I usually stalk them from the seat of a clapped out '96 F-350 Powerstroke, with a flat bed and shoot them with a .22-250 that has been bouncing around in, and has never left, the same truck since 2003-ish.

Good times.
Yea but how NEAT are the markings on your 22-250 truck gun?
 

brosko

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How I stalk a bedded coyote. I will use the face of a clock as an example. Wind blowing from 12:00 to 6:00. The bedded coyote is the center of the clock dial. After triangulating it's bearing. I sneak in from the 10:00 or 200 angle. Which puts me up & cross wind from the coyote. If I'm quiet enough, I have plenty of time to go prone for a relaxed shot.
good to know
 

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