My friend and I decided to give this 'yote hunting a try. There is a decent population of them in my area here in NW PA. We have watched a bunch of videos, I've read every thread on this website I think, and we read any articles we can find in magazines about hunting them. We gave it our first try this weekend with no luck. We're not discourage, we know its going to take sometime. One thing we were wondering though is this. 99% of the materials we read or videos we see is about hunting coyotes out west in the plains or the brushy hills / mtns of Ca (on this site). Where we live its mostly timber. There is a fair amount of agricultural land but we're not talking 10,000 acre farms here and there are few "working" ranches. What should we concentrate on? Fields? Power / pipe lines? What about calling in the woods? Anyone have any advice on that? Its not too terribly thick here (except in the summer) in the winter or once the leaves are off you can often seen 100+ yards (especially with snow) in the woods. What should we look for? We also know this is a tough time of year to call with it being the mating season and all the dogs are pretty educated by a years worth of calling. Should we call from valley floors or from ridge tops? Any help / suggestions would be much appreciated! Thanks!