Articles by Mark Kayser

Coyote hunting for sport can be a money maker too

January 18, 2013
Early-season coyotes lack the prime fur that brings top dollar during the winter months.
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Spot and stalk coyotes now!

January 14, 2013
You can spot and stalk coyotes, but it takes the right conditions and an intimate knowledge of coyote hotspots.
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Carry enough gun to do the job when predator hunting

December 28, 2012
Here are a few calibers and scenarios that predator and varmint hunters should have second thoughts about when trying to go light instead of carrying enough gun.
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Trail cameras for predator hunting

December 6, 2012
Trail cameras give you the actual evidence when and where a predator is at in your hunting area.
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Mistakes to avoid while coyote hunting

November 24, 2012
Anticipation is great, but exuberance may lead to mistakes. Here are a few mistakes my friends and I have made in the past and try to avoid at all costs.
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Plinking for predator practice

October 27, 2012
It’s great practice that’s economical, yet hones your shooting skills for offhand encounters that nobody can imagine.
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Coyotes can be perfect bow targets during big game season

October 2, 2012
When you enter the woods in search of big game with your bow, make sure you have the proper permits to tag a coyote or bobcat.
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How Drought Can Affect Predator Hunting

September 24, 2012
If you’re looking to get in on some early season predator hunting you may want to stake a claim to a water source in arid country.
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Why September Is Better Than The Rut—Part 2

September 21, 2012
September hunting can be (almost) as hot as the peak of the rut, if you play it right and don’t make dumb mistakes.
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Why September Is Better Than The Rut—Part I

September 19, 2012
If you think the rut is the only time to tag a mature buck, think again. September hunting can be just as good — if you know what to do.
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