Buying coyote hunting gear can be intimidating. We’ve chosen our favorite products to make it easier to buy for yourself or the hunter in your life.
What is the best riflescope for coyote hunting?
You need the best performance in low light conditions when choosing a riflescope for predator hunting. In addition, the ability to dial for longer shots or use a ballistic reticle greatly improves your skillset. These recommended models are our best short to mid – range scopes for predator hunting.
What are the best binoculars for coyote hunting?
Coyotes and other predators are wary creatures and it is imperative to spot them from a distance. Larger magnification and objective lenses allow plenty of light and detail to be seen from a greater distance. 10x42, 12x50 or for long range hunts the 15x56 are perfect options.
What is the best rangefinder for coyote hunting?
Coyote hunting is often at longer distances across varying degrees of terrain. Bushnell’s Prime and Nitro rangefinders account for the degree of angle at the distances needed for predator hunting. The Nitro LRF is ideal for rifle hunters by providing a ballistic solution for over 2,000 off-the-shelf ammo, telling you exactly how much to hold or dial in MOA, MIL, IN, or CM.
What is the best trail camera for coyote hunting?
Predators are a nuisance to livestock and can wreak havoc with poultry. A trustworthy trail camera will ensure you're informed when a coyote shows up on your land.
What is the best spotting scope for coyote hunting?
Coyotes and other predators are wary creatures and it is imperative to spot them from a distance. Larger magnification and objective lenses allow plenty of light and detail to be seen from a greater distance. 20-60x65 and 20-60x80 are perfect options.
What is the best shotgun sight for coyote hunting?
Shotgun hunting for coyotes and predators has been steadily increasing in popularity and we’ve been working to design the ideal sights for quick, accurate shots. Our red dot sights are designed to be the brightest in the business so you’ll be able to quickly spot your target when they’re headed toward your decoy (or you).