Predator Tips
  • Scouting for Scat

    Jake - December 2, 2010

    Predators don’t rub trees or leave scraps, but what you can always count on when scouting for predators is that when you find scat, you will eventually find predators. Coyotes, bobcats, and foxes all have similar scat, so take note of these areas then document the best locations to make a stand. By carrying a scouting notepad, you can keep track of all the places you hunt, scouting notes, and also document the predators you’ve taken in that location.

  • Don’t Overhunt It

    Jake - December 2, 2010

    If you only have a few places to chase predators, then make sure you don’t overhunt one particular area. And if you do hunt the same piece of property two days in a row, then switch up your approach and use a different set up, different calls, and even a different decoy. This will prevent the predators in your area from becoming familiar to one particular strategy and help you be more successful in the field.

  • Hunting the Right Wind

    Jake - December 2, 2010

    Before getting settled into your first stand in a location you know predators exists, always check the wind to make sure it’s directly in your face. If there is any doubt at all, back off the stand and take a note on what wind direction you need in order to hunt this location properly. Doing so will allow you to be more successful when conditions are right.

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