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Postby DownWindOutdoors » Thu Oct 25, 2012 3:17 pm

We always struggle with trying to figure out how long we should stay on a stand and this time we prove to be "dead" wrong. It took a little over 45 minutes for these dogs to show up. We usually only call a stand for 25-30 minutes but this was just one of those stands that just looked too good. Enjoy...

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Postby Coyotehunter » Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:23 am

Thanks for the video


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Postby 1dogdown » Wed Nov 14, 2012 7:13 am

Cool video guys! Love the introduction! Thanks for sharing.


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Postby Tim Anderson » Mon Jan 21, 2013 10:44 pm

I find it best to stay on stand longer than a half hour if east of the big river and if you know you have coyotes around then stay till the job is over or till you can't take the cold any longer.. I even find at times if you stay long enough you can get a crack at the big sleepers on some of the western stands as well...


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Postby Tim Anderson » Mon Jan 21, 2013 10:44 pm

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Postby coyotebuster » Tue Jan 22, 2013 4:42 pm

TA, the info about staying on stand longer and killing the sleepers is interesting. Do you actually see the coyote sleeping when you set up? I have experienced pretty much the exact opposite. I'd say about 95% of the time when calling to bedded/sleeping coyotes, they either come in within the first 2 minutes or not at all.


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Postby Tim Anderson » Tue Jan 22, 2013 8:29 pm

I have seen some bedded but when I refer to sleepers it just means a coyote comeing in real slow or just does'nt seem interested at first and just takes longer for them to come... It seems like with areas with more calling pressure a hunter needs to stay on stand alot longer than he used to..

Dureing day time stands and depending on weather conditions coyotes don't always hear a prey distress sound when they are bedded down for the day due to the weather condition or where they are bedded at the time,maybe a fewl hills or ridges keeping the sound from getting to them so what I do on a slow stand is after 5 minutes or so I may throw out a few howls to wake them up and get them comeing. The thing is with howls some may charge right in and some just take there sweet time and some just ignor it or run off in the other direction, so knowing there may be some takeing the sweet time about it I stay longer on a stand..


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Postby Coyotehunter » Wed Jan 23, 2013 5:55 pm

good post TA


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Postby coyotebuster » Thu Jan 24, 2013 7:18 pm

Ok I gotcha Tim, good info. My initial question was kinda dumb considering a lot coyotes are bedded down later on in the day, need to think a little before I type :oops:


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Postby coyotebuster » Thu Jan 24, 2013 7:19 pm

Also, nice video guys! Always fun to be able to watch other's experiences in the field.


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Postby Tim Anderson » Thu Jan 24, 2013 8:44 pm

CB no question is dumb and it don't hurt to ask..

As far as bedded coyotes I come across a few from time to time when stalking them. Sometimes you can squeak them up and have them move closer and other times just be ready cause the second you make a sound on the squeaker they will be off in the other direction.....


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Postby coyotebuster » Fri Jan 25, 2013 6:36 am

yep, I've had pretty good luck this year calling in ones that I see bedded. Except for one, wouldn't budge no matter what sound I made, was within 300yds of him and all he'd do was look up then just go back to sleep. So.. since he wouldn't stand up I figured I'd just shoot him in his bed, I choked.


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