That’s all I use predator hunting. In Alaska I hunted wolf unsuccessfully, they’d hang up 100-120 out every time decoy or no decoy didn’t matter.
For coyote here in Missouri I’ve been pretty successful, just be ready for quite a few sets where they’ll be jogging out at 50 and you can’t make the shot. However you can hunt a place more regularly ifn u shoot one or not because there’s no sound.
Success with a bow on a predator hunt is a major achievement. Doesn’t matter if it’s 1 or 100. I’m an avid bow hunter and have yet to try for predator. I am doing a bear hunt this year but not sure about going for lion. I give props to anyone who bow hunts predator especially in low land desert like my area.
I’m glad to hear guys I didn’t think about the bow not being as loud so they don’t associate the bang with bad and I’m new to bow hunting I plan to get my practice in on coyote during the spring and summer also spring turkey and hopefully I can take a nice buck this year until now ive only small gamed and slug hunted
I practice like 120 yrds regularly for 3d and stuff (fixed 7 pin sight that I have alot of housing movement left) and by the 3d shoots it’s helped confidence alot. I’d recommend long range 3d practice. I would not think twice about a 80 yrd shot on a coyote.
I have shot one at 86 while deer hunting with a bow.