Predator Hunting Paradise

How Do You Hunt Predators?

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1 | Nighttime Predator Hunt

 Predator hunting at night is a blast where legal.

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2 | Nighttime Predator Calling

Hunters make eerie calls into the darkness and then search with spotlights to see what’s coming in for dinner.

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3 | Coyote

Coyotes are the most abundant predators, but they’re also the most difficult to hunt.

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4 | Fox Responding to Predator Calling

Various foxes — grays, kits and reds — often come to the call.

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5 | Gray Fox

Foxes usually look much bigger than they actually are. A big one might weigh 12 pounds.

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6 | Badger

Other critters like badgers, raccoons and ringtails respond to distress calling.

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7 | Bobcat Responding to Predator Calls

Bobcats often wait and watch in the brush before committing to the calls.

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8 | Predator Hunter with Bobcat

 A big bobcat is a prized trophy for most predator hunters.

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9 | Predator Hunter with E-Caller

These days, electronic calls are portable and produce a variety of excellent sounds.

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10 | Semi-Auto, AR-Type Rifles

Semi-auto, AR-type rifles are a favorite choice of many predator hunters.

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Editor's note: This Realtree.com photo gallery was first published July 6, 2010.

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Predator calling, camo AR-15 rifles and precision shooting are putting Texas coyotes, bobcats, foxes and other varmints on notice.