In a way, predator calling is an easier way of hunting. In some ways people would say it’s cheating. Apparently they haven’t predator called before, because it is the opposite of cheating. Many reasons show why this isn’t as easy as road hunting or fly-in hunting. The first is the fact you have to remain almost completely motionless to ensure that the creature doesn’t hear you when they approach. Another is you have to find the right location, making sure there are even animals in the area. If there isn’t then best choose a different location. In my opinion the best place to predator hunt is in fields, an open riverside, or a view from off a cliff. Also a big matter in calling in is using the right calls, and again it depends on location. For example, if it’s a field you would use a mouse call or something that would normally be in a field. And if it’s a large view of a valley from off a cliff, you would use some loud dying animal that will drag animals from all across the valley.
To know what calls to use, you have to know the types of animals to attract. I live in Alaska so what I hunt might be different from what many people hunt in Africa. The main species I call are Coyotes, Timber Wolves, Red Fox, Cross Fox, Silver Fox, Arctic Fox, lynx, wolverine, and occasionally bears. As a bonus, every animal you shoot can be sold to a fur buyer for a wad of cash ranging from $30-$300 apiece. Remember all animals you hunt respond to the call of the wild; anyone can become an avid predator caller.