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Honestly, I don't think there's a right or wrong time to be out hunting coyotes but hunting Coyotes at night thrilling and fun. Not only are coyotes most active at night, but they are also at their most vocal in the darkness. The best method to hunt coyotes at night includes the use of lights such as red and green lights. It is advised to use the red light if you plan to hunt. Hunting at night requires you to have a device that makes it possible to see the animals.

Necessary Gear is Weapon AR15 and the shotgun as well as the .223 bolt-action rifle, Two calls electronic or mouth call. With the electronic call, your hands can be free to make movements necessary to get a shot. Keep in mind the intelligence of the coyote when getting into position and using this call. The predator will focus on the source of the sound.

High-quality thermal tools will enable you to spot the coyotes that could be many yards away in total darkness. If you are using lights, the wicked lights kit with a hand scanner and a mounted weapon light is ideal. Using a night vision requires you to have a high powered IR scan light to help illuminate your target.

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best time to hunt them is when your not hunting them. they just pop up. they will circle downwind and check you out long before you know it. set up is key to make them approach so they cant wind you. march is the bast month . they are hunrgry fron the long winter.
 

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High-quality thermal tools will enable you to spot the coyotes that could be many yards away in total darkness. If you are using lights, the wicked lights kit with a hand scanner and a mounted weapon light is ideal. Using a night vision requires you to have a high powered IR scan light to help illuminate your target.
You're definitely right on that one, there is nothing better for such hunting than a thermal vision scope. And there are plenty of options and models which can make your hunting time more efficient in the night, but I do love model AGM PYTHON TS75-336, found it right on this website ( this one: https://www.agmglobalvision.com/thermal-imaging/thermal-weapon-sights ), it has 60 Hz of refresh rate, and pretty lightweight and robust design.
 
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