Park as far away as you can and sneak into your sets. Look at overhead maps and never approach the spot where you think they are with your wind blowing towards them. Set up with a crosswind blowing towards some type of cover so they can feel safe approaching. If you have to hunt with the wind in your face make sure you pay attention to the downwind side or take a buddy to watch. Make sure you are all the way set up before calling. Get something to steady your rifle on. Try to have the sun behind you and sit in shade if you can. Try to sit as still as possible. Start your calling out quiet. Learn what different coyote vocals mean and try to respond accordingly. When you are done and are going to pick up your call have your gun with you (Made that mistake once)Most important thing of all to know is you can’t fool a coyotes nose so don’t ever set up where they can get downwind of you and you can’t see them.
Your going to make mistakes a lot of mistakes don’t let it get you down when I go in to a set I sit for at least half hour before I start calling to let everything settle down Joe has some very good points think of it as fun not a sport good luck be quiet and sit still they can pick-up movement like an eagle