After deer season, you can put away your blaze orange but not your rifle. Instead, hang a predator call from your neck, put on your warmest camo, and call up a buddy. Coyotes are desperately hungry right now—when they’re constantly burning energy to stay warm. As a result, they become less cautious and more inquisitive, making late winter a hunter’s best chance to call one in. After a fresh snow, get outside and look for tracks. If you find a pattern—or simply a lot of tracks—you’ve found where to start your quest.