Instead, split up. While the caller perches where he can see into the wind or across it, his wingman should set up about 200 yards downwind, especially if he can see dips, holes, ditches, and cover the caller can’t. Wear the usual effective camo, sit still, and keep your eyes open. The wingman must actually be better hidden and more still than the caller because although coyotes expect to see something moving near the sound of crying prey, they don't expect to see anything 200 yards downwind. So choose this waiting position carefully.