Coyote Hunting Tip: Feed Them Fawns

This is a portion of Andrew Lewands’s story “Sounds That Satisfy,” which appeared in the December 2014 Trapper & Predator Caller issue. By Andrew Lewand Deer, whether mule deer or whitetails, are nearly everywhere and so are coyotes. What a perfect … [Read More]

How to Hunt Lynx

This is a portion of Lance Homman’s story “Ghost Hunting,” which appeared in the October 2014 Trapper & Predator Caller issue. By Lance Homman The biggest difference between hunting bobcats and hunting lynx is the difference in the size of the territories they … [Read More]

The ICOtec GC500 Is a Powerful Predator Call at a Modest Price

The new ICOtec GC500 is a highly efficient unit that is durable, easy to operate, powerful and very affordable. You can’t go wrong with this electronic game call if you are a beginner or a more experienced hunter that demands expandability. The … [Read More]

Predator Hunting Tip: Secure New Ground in the Offseason

This is an excerpt from the article “Conditioned Coyotes,” which appeared in the August 2014 Trapper & Predator Caller issue. By Lance Homman The most obvious way to avoid overhunting your predator calling territory is to amass as much country as you can … [Read More]

Scout for Water When Hunting Desert Coyotes

This is an excerpt from Ted Stotler’s article “Desert Drifting,” which appeared in the June-July 2014 Trapper & Predator Caller issue. By Ted Stotler The most important thing to remember when hunting desert coyotes is that before you hunt coyotes, … [Read More]

Predator Hunting Tip: Mix Up Your Sounds

This is an excerpt from Jared Blohm’s article “Schooled,” which appeared in the April-May 2014 Trapper & Predator Caller issue. By Jared Blohm Although some predator hunters swear by sticking with one or two go-to sounds on each stand, Hunters … [Read More]

Sounds to Use for Calling Red Foxes

This is an excerpt from Andrew Lewand’s article “Seeing Red,” which appeared in the January 2014 Trapper & Predator Caller issue. By Andrew Lewand Most red fox hunters rely on prey distress sounds for their calling efforts. The truth is that certain sounds are more … [Read More]

Shotguns Versus Rifles — a Predator Hunting Exercise

By Randy D. Smith A simple exercise can demonstrate the value of a shotgun for predator calling. Bring a half-gallon milk jug and a shotgun the next time you go out target shooting with your predator rifle. Set the milk … [Read More]

Judging Distance at Night While Predator Hunting

By Dave Kaprocki Before you can learn to judge distance at night, you have to know what kind of light-beam your light produces. Is it a small hand-held light, a 6-volt headlight or a large spotlight? Your light source determines … [Read More]