Wanted to get the caller off the ground and looked at how I could get the mojo in there too! The WT remote had to have a lanyard so, I did that too! The mounting bolt will fit my larger tripod and I'm working on that for my night hunting. I'll be able to mount the caller and then I'll mount my Lightforce 170 (this one has the battery pack in the handle). That way I can run the caller and move the light and caller to look for eyes. Have a green lens cover coming. All bolts and mounting use the same size and that makes it easy.
All this snow I'll have to put the caller on the tall tripod.
I'm putting some call sounds together and I'm working on how to have trapping lures work with the caller. I sent for some long distance coyote call lure and a wick dispenser that caps off so I can use it many times. I'll drop the antenna of the caller to level and hang the lure off that. I'm thinking of setting on stand for a while and let the lure go down wind before I start calling. Have a man down wind and hope to get one to come in. Also make sure to call into the wind. The lure has a strong skunk smell that carries the lure mix down wind. Thinking to play skunk distress and maybe add coyotes sounds as I go.
Trying to think out side the box. Getting them to the caller in Dec and early Jan seems not to be working.
Have some other stuff up my sleeve to work in with night hunting. Learning a lot from reading coyote trapping books and the way they cold weather trap.