Yesterday morning dawned cold, 13 degrees. I was up and out before dawn. My first setup, blasted cold one, was down a seldom used ranch road. I left my Tracker in a hollow and walked at least 1/4 mile. There is little sagebrush cover, but a small patch was sufficient. I called somewhat low the first sequence. Nothing! The second a little louder. On my left, out about 300 yds. +_. I saw movement coming up a shallow draw. Too far to make out as yet. Decided to give another sequence, but low. Nothing! I knew there was something in that draw. Deer maybe, perhaps a 'yote. I fumbled around and found my little bird squeeker. Some chirps and squeeks did the trick. Out came a finely furred 'yote dead on toward me. I stopped him at about 80 yds. with a bark. My .243 barked back. Down elevator. Problem is, in need to load some full metal jacket rounds for 'yotes. I have a pic, but have not downloaded to post here. Need help to post pic. Rest of the morning was cold and nothing to account for. I did manage to get a couple of great pics of the mountains in our area. Today, Lu my lab/pointer cross, and I try some long tails(pheasants). Have a good day all!