Springtime often means turkey hunting, but that doesn’t mean coyotes get a free pass.
You’ve likely been for a hike with your dog and been spotted by coyotes — even if you don’t know. Learn how to spot the pesky predators.
Coyotes have been known to shy away from smells, even subtle scents that a whitetail deer wouldn’t pick up. But that doesn’t mean you can’t challenge their olfactory receptors.
Camouflage has come a long way since World War II, but extra knowledge can help hunters use it more effectively while pursuing of a trophy kill.
Spring is upon us whether you’re ready or not. Be ready, and start asking farmers for permission to help with their coyote problems for a win-win this spring.
Wild turkeys have daily routines involving eating, breeding, dusting and loafing. A hunter can enable success by learning a bird’s schedule.
If you have fur sitting around and you’re waiting to sell, now could be the right time to make some extra money.
If you want to increase your coyote count this season you might have to alter your hunting style. Add these strategies to your techniques and your coyote count will rise.
Coyotes may be reluctant to come to a hunter’s calls. When this happens, don’t be afraid to stalk coyotes to gain your next fur.
We aren’t the only ones celebrating Valentine’s Day this month. February is smack-dab in the middle of a coyote’s breeding season. And that makes this romantic month the perfect time to give these ole boys a call.