Bow Hunting Coyotes
In order to improve your chances for success it is imperative to know how a coyote behaves in the wilderness. As most of you know, the coyote is one of the most adaptable animals in the world. They are constantly increasing their range, expanding their territory each and every single day. In order to be an efficient coyote bow hunter it is obligatory to overcome all of the coyote's sense as close as possible. This is what makes bow hunting one of the most challenging hunting activities available, but it can be done if you fully comprehend the coyote's behavior and take advantage of its flaws.
Just like choosing a bow, choosing the most suitable arrow is a difficult mater; you have to select the arrow shaft spine accordingly to the bow. It is advisable to consult an archer dealer, he will inform you what is the most suitable hunting equipment for your needs. Depending on what you will be hunting, carbons are more lighter and durable but they come at a high price. If you plan to use carbon ones you will observe that the trajectory will be flatter in comparison to what you were used to. If you don't want to spend big bucks on equipment you have the alternative: buy aluminum because they are less expensive - the downside is that they are a little heavier. If you plan to shoot coyotes from a respectable distance, a lighter shaft will help you aim better.
9 Coyote Bow Hunting Tips
1. Start practicing; you know what they say: practice makes perfect.
2. Scout the area often in order to find out what to expect when you will go hunting.
3. Your placement is very important. If you find yourself in the wrong place you are more likely to fail; be careful where you place your stand because you will have to take into consideration the wind which will give you lots of problems if your placement isn't appropriate.
4. You should be aware of the distance from which you will successfully shoot. For some hunters the distance is about 40 yards (approximately 36 meters), for other is 25 (approximately 30 meters) or less.
6. The biggest enemy will be the wind. You should use the power of the wind to your advantage.
7. Don't do all your hunts from one stand. It is advisable to change it every day.
8. Go hunting whenever you have the chance so that you will gain more experience which will help you on further hunting activities.
9. Finally, know your adversary, in this case the coyote! You have to know that the coyote is a very fast and intelligent animal. It won't give up without a fight.