How to Hunt Predators at Night With Lights

Learn how to hunt predators at night using lights with tips from the Foxpro Hunting TV crew in Pennsylvania.

How to Hunt Predators at Night With Lights

The Foxpro Gunfire light, shown here with the complete kit, is a gun-mounted, quick-color change, 3-color light using the brightest LEDs. It has a lightweight, all-metal body. 

If you think predators have an upper hand during daylight hours, giving them the benefit of darkness puts you at a greater disadvantage.

That doesn't mean you can't enjoy hunting coyotes, foxes or other predators at night. It just takes some time to learn how to operate the calls, if you don't already know, and handle the light. You're not using a bright, white light at night, either. Lights with red or green beams help better hide your setup while giving away the shining eyes or movement of a curious predator coming to your calls.

You can shield a light with a red or green film, but if you're all in on nighttime huntinng I'd suggest taking a look at the Foxpro Gunfire light and kit. The light is a gun-mounted, quick-color change, 3-color light using the brightest LEDs. It has a lightweight, all-metal body. You can rotate colors with a selector switch without taking your head off the gun. The kit includes the Gunfire light, two 18650 batteries and advanced battery charger, wall plug/USB charge cord, car charger adapter, wired "quick access" gun stock remote, scope/light mounting bracket, pistol grip light holder and two extension shrouds.

Nighttime hunting isn't difficult. My best advice is to know your surroundings and the lay of the land, take your time, and know you're going to make some mistakes. A coyote or fox will slip in, eyeball you and you'll probably see its tail heading the other way. It's part of the deal. Be patient and enjoy the process.

Pick up some great tips for hunting predators at night in this video from the Foxpro Hunting TV crew as they go after fox in Pennsylvania.

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