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  1. borkon
    02-13-2015 11:36 AM
    borkon
    hi Dave.
    have you been out for coyotes using the Nagel 25's lately?
    if so, how have they been working?.
    thanks, Dave
  2. Tim Anderson
    01-11-2015 05:59 AM
    Tim Anderson
    There is a little more to it but just for starters I'll keep it simple... You start your stand with some sort of prey distress sound or just a few lone howls and then distress.. What the howls are doing is waking up a coyote that's been sleeping and telling it there is another coyote around and then the prey sounds tell it that this strange coyote is killing a rabbit or what have you.. Each stand is a little different as far as what vocals to use.. After some howls and prey distress if nothing shows but you know they could be there then toss out some short howls or a young coyote whining, and then maybe another howl and use a howl that sounds like a young or female coyote.. You don't have to answer a coyote back with the same howl, just use something, female invite, short howls and so on. as the stand progresses then go back to just a prey distress sound, rabbit or birds.. See what happens. never use sounds that are too aggressive, save only as a last resort on an aggressive coyote.
  3. Tim Anderson
    01-11-2015 05:57 AM
    Tim Anderson
    Hey DAA. Been following on Leonards board on the coyote vocals. Not sure if your not just playing along or just don't know.. It seems everyone has there secretes but actually they are not, or at least quit a few know of them if they have spent time calling coyotes... To me vocals is pretty basic as I have been using them for some time.. What you are trying to do is like some have said is paint a picture by using prey distress sounds along with vocals..
  4. Tim Anderson
    01-11-2015 05:56 AM
    Tim Anderson
    Always want to sound like the underdog.. Some also use pup distress some where after the howls, I never use it... Sounds like from reading your posts you are missing a lot of coyotes.. I don't like to give up a stand till one or most are dead.. Learned a lot from Scott H. of stuff I took for granted and then put all the pieces together. Just a game now that I have gotten board with and just running dogs after them now, which adds a little more excitement with same end results, dead coyotes.. good luck..
  5. Pat Cameron
    04-05-2011 02:51 AM
    Pat Cameron
    test test test
  6. DAA
    04-09-2009 10:13 PM
    DAA
    Hi Randy. I apologize for the very late response here. I just dont' get on here very much anymore.

    I think Blaine might have a plate or two available soon. Just give me a call, 801-599-0537 and I'll get your info and pass it along to Blaine.

    Thanks!

    - Dave
  7. rjh
    04-03-2009 05:00 AM
    rjh
    Hey Dave my name is Randy Howland. I remember a while back in a post that you may work something out so that the reduction plate which Blaine designed may at some point become available. I am about to start on a .17-204 build and I think it would be a helpful for my needs. I hope my inquiry is not out of line and I sincerely thank you for your time. Randy

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