I frequent the board WAY too much for my financial health, but haven't really been out coyote hunting as yet - ok, I'm just an addict wannabe! But, I'm going to the northcentral mtn's of PA yote hunting this weekend and would like advise on technique in calling, and in general, on beginner coyote hunting. Again, I've read a bunch here, and appreciate all that I've learned, but doing it and reading it are 2 different things, I know. We are now allowed to bait here for coyote I understand and may try that too, but if I understand it right, this is now coyote breeding season and howling techniques may work better than distressed prey calls now when calling? We'll be hunting eastern coyotes in a totally wooded setting (no ag fields, or not many), and I think the fox population up there is low. I'm taking my Tikka 222/12 ga., but I think there will be 3 of us and we will have rifles and shotguns mixed to start, and we'll be using hand calls. Suggestions? Thanx.