My neighbors say there is one around here, but I've only got 10 acres, and could get permission on another 40 around to call on. They keep seeing it on the road in the morning. There are lots of yotes around too.
I think the rabbit sounds are best. Some people use bird sounds too. Just play something that is real busy. I use baby cottontail, adult cottontail and lightning jack in that order. I just put on a sound and let it play. Change sounds every 5 minutes or so. Stay on stand for 12 to 15 minutes. The biggest deal is to sit extremely still. They dont always come charging in like a coyote and are alot more likely to see you. Im not a cat calling expert by no means, but Im friends with some of the best cat killers in the nation. I get some inside tips.
I seen one in the madison county management area a couple years back..If that helps.I can give ya more details....Also I talked to tink the other day and told him I may hook you fellas up with some coyotes if interested.My lease has got overrun with them again.I may try to call a few times and let my dad kill a few,Cause he would rather shoot a coyote than a deer.But I just want them killed.I aint seeing very many fawns...And I have to blame some of it on the coyotes....
Well I went against my better judgement and went and called cats on public land. I should have knew better. I finally quite the charade and went to some of my private land. I called in a hard running pair right before dark. They were on top of me before I knew what was happening. I couldnt do nothing with them. They scattered like quail. I managed to get the female to come back for a second look. The male wasnt having anymore to do with the situation.