I got home from work a little earlier today, so I decided to go look for a Coyote before dark. I went to the "back forty" of my land; had not called there this year. I walked in and eased out into the edge of the woods; sat down with my back against a big beech tree. I set up facing more "right" as I am right handed and fingured I could swing left if need be. I just sat there for about 10 minutes watching the squirrels and birds letting the area settle in. I reached in my pocket and retreived my old Primos Littl Dog mouth call. I called very low at first and only for about 5 seconds, in case there was a close in Coyote. Nothing showed up, so about 5 minutes later I called some more a little louder, but only for about 20 seconds. I just watched and listened. I repeated the process after a few minutes, only calling for a short time. By now the Dogs about 600 yards away across the creek were getting involved. I figured it they could hear the calling, so could a Coyote. Now my phone buzzed. It was my buddy Coyote George and he was making fun of me trying to call a Coyote in the late afternoon. He said "They might come, but it's a lot harder in the evening." I agreed with him and didn't really expect anything to show up. I was just having a good time sitting quietly in the woods alone. I made one more set of calling and just leaned back against the old beech tree. Wait. What's that moving over to my right??? I definitely saw something move. I slid down real low and rested the foreend of my Rem. 204 on my knee. I was looking right through the scope at the spot I had seen movement. May have been a small deer I thought. Just then, I can see some Fur sticking out behind a good size tree. I keep watching through my Leupold scope...it moves a little, but stays mostly hidden. I decide to not use my Primos...I don't want to take the scope off the tree. I MEEOOOW pretty loud. More Movement. Maybe 2 full minutes has gone by. I MEEOOOW again, and see a Coyote snout stick out to the right side of the tree. OH Yeah. I do the Cat thing again and I can see about half of his head now. I am thinking: "Just sit tight and wait him out....he will show himself." But. My back and Neck is really getting tired by now. The .204 has really been shooting well and I am confident of my Zero, so I consider a Head Shot. A Little over 50 yards. Here comes the head mostly out now. I put the target dot on the Coyotes Head and start squeezing. I change my mind. Surely he is going to step out in the open. Maybe?? But he may just go back the way he came in. Maybe 4 or 5 minutes has elapsed and my neck and arms are really gettting weak. I make a Decision. If he sticks it out again, I'm Firing. But I know I should just wait. Long pause, but here comes the Head out with a little of his neck showing too. He's looking Right. I FIRE>>>>>>>>>> The Coyote just flops Backwards and doesn't even Twitch. I get myself togther and walk over to the other side of the ravine. I see WHY, he doesn't even twitch. DRT. A 39 SBK Right in the side of the Head 64 yards. Nasty looking Coyote for sure. I consider myself Lucky that I made the Shot, BUT I made it. But I still don't recommend taking a bad shot like that. Total time till the Coyote came in was about 30 minutes, total actual calling time maybe a minute or a little more. Just waiting fer him. Remington 700 VSS, Leupold 6.5 X 20, 39g SBK, Rel 10X, ATACS Camo by Brothers Hydrographics, Rogersville Tenn. Look at the rifle blend in with the leaves. Shot was made at 5:30...dark by the time I got photos taken.