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Articles by Mark Kayser

Fur prices are on the rise predator hunters

It’s been a long time since predator hunters have seen fur values at levels where you could actually make a buck from your efforts, but recent auctions have verified there is money in fur once again.
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Keep pressure on coyotes and help deer hunting success

Predators have always played a role in prey species management, the dynamics have been changing in recent years and if you’re a whitetail deer hunter it’s time to sit up and take notice.
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Elk hunting after the rut; pinpoint and pursue

An alternative elk rut bowhunting tactic for when doing the same old thing won’t cut it.
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Skip the beach this spring break and head out predator hunting

If you are hankering for a spring break that includes predator hunting action, consider one of these three varmint-getting options.
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How to use squeaky calling for predators

Squeakers imitate the soft sound of a rodent squealing in desperation and since rodents are the main prey of most predators it just makes sense to incorporate a squeaker call into your setups.
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Likely spots to find your next coyote

If your old hotspots aren’t producing then maybe it’s time to take the fight to a new location. Here’s a list of common and not so common locations to call in your next coyote.
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Coyotes like Valentine's Day too, use that to your advantage

February marks the time period when the majority of coyotes court, fall in love and settle into a quaint den.
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The good, the bad, and the ugly about coyote calling contests

So what could possibly be good, bad or ugly about hunting coyotes? Well, it depends on perception.
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Coyote hunting for sport can be a money maker too

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

You can spot and stalk coyotes, but it takes the right conditions and an intimate knowledge of coyote hotspots.
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