To be more specific...
My dad does own a predator call so I can try to learn by watching videos and reading up on it. Around where I live there are not many coyotes or bobcats. There are a few gray foxes around here and plenty of racoons. But mostly likely I will want to hunt yotes and bobcats up in Bath County for 2 reasons.
1.) My grandpa goes up there every year for either deer or turkey season. Even though it is in vein since the coyotes are so bad up there that Bath County has put a $50+ bounty per coyote. 2.) Specifically there is a place in Jefferson or Washington National Forest (I forget which one) where it's mainly only my grandpa and his buddies that hunt there.
Also, in Bath County it's basically mountains and trees. Unless you're in the right spot you'll be lucky to get a shot past 100 yards or so.
I hope this has helped.
- Re-Armored M91/30 Mosin Nagant made by Izhevsk in 1943
- T/C Venture .270 Win. w/ Bushnell Scope
- S&W Model 22a w/ Red Dot Sight
I think I'm doing pretty good for buying that many firearms at 15