- The Washington Times - Sunday, January 23, 2005

THE WASHINGTON TIMES

If you’re serious about going after coyotes, check out a new book, “Predator Hunting” by Bill Bynum (Lyons Press, 256 pages, hardcover, $26.95, LyonsPress.com).

Bynum, hunting editor of Hunt Forever magazine, details not only the standard methods of luring predators with game calls but also shows the advanced techniques he developed while hunting coyotes, foxes and bobcats all across the United States.

You’ll also learn what type of gear to buy without going broke, then how to care for the kill. Read how to develop a mental attituide that will bring success. Study the biological aspects of the animals, which will help you understand their habits. The book is nicely illustrated with black/white and color photos to better understand needed equipment, quarry and hunting terrains.

— Gene Mueller

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