Well coyote hung up on me this morning. I started with initiation howl, and he howled back, challenge Howel, he howled back, female invitation he howled and came to the edge of a field about 400 yds.(about 300 yards too far for my .22 mag) I got silent fo

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Well coyote hung up on me this morning. I started with initiation howl, and he howled back, challenge Howel, he howled back, female invitation he howled and came to the edge of a field about 400 yds.(about 300 yards too far for my .22 mag) I got silent for a bit. Started female whimper, and his ears perked up. Went to pup in distress and he stood up took about 3 steps and sat back down. No way he winded me he was directly upwind of me. No way he saw me. It was like he lost interest and turned and walked away. I tried another challenge Howl and he ignored it. Did I mess up or what do you think happened?

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Sounds like he was looking for something visual. I am definitely no expert but if I heard a sound in the middle of a field and didn’t see a rabbit rolling around or a female waiting to get mounted I wouldn’t go there.

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I might add I dont have an e caller I use hand calls. This morning I was using diaphrams

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He may have been at the edge of his boundary. I have had coyote hang up like this

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Tease him get under his skin deep to drive him across it or slip closer in his zone soon

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he may have been a bit call shy. maybe fell to the tricks before and lost a buddy or got shot at himself and survived a missed shot.

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