High Plains Public Radio

coyote hunting

Luke Clayton

There is no ‘predator hunting season’ in Texas but if there were, it would be now.  

After the close of deer season, many hunters depart their hunting leases with sagging spirits, relegating the next few months to watching hunting shows on TV and setting by the fireside. BIG MISTAKE! Predators such as coyotes, fox and bobcat numbers are at an all-time high these days, largely because of low fur prices. I’ve yet to meet a farmer or rancher that didn’t appreciate hunters removing coyotes from his land.

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Howdy, Folks, ole Luke here has a special guest sharing secrets today.  Cleon Carraway.  You might remember Cleon, he's a the guy who makes his own calls.  He's giving us tips about setting up, and a demonstration on successful calling.  Take a listen, and I'll be back next week with more hunting and fishing stories. 

Winter Calling

Jan 31, 2013

This week around the campfire, Larry Weishuhn and I were talking about winter varmint hunting.  Winter is a perfect time to get out and do some calling.  With varmints here on the High Plains, this is a true challenge.  You don't have to be a pro, even extreme novices can be successful using an electronic caller.  Now my friend Larry, you can't believe the sounds he can make with his mouth.  It is unbelievable.  He can sound like white tail deer, rabbits, but me, I have to use a call.