Seen 4 total red foxes that morning while hunting. My cousin missed the sleeping red fox with his .17 rifle. I called the one red fox into about 108 yards where he missed the first shot and got it with the other two shots again using his .17 rifle. The other two foxes I got on video from a far distance playing/mating. We did not attempt to go after them, because we enjoy to fox hunting and wish to leave some breeding pairs. The one red fox I called in was called in with a psycho tweety and the twisted psycho tweety.
Daytime Raccoon calling is quickly becoming one of my favorite mid winter hunts! The cool thing is that I can go out and do a coyote/fox set and look for coon trees on the way in and then call them once I'm done coyote hunting on the way back to the truck! This video covers a few tips that have helped me start to increase the number of coons I harvest. Sorry for the lower quality video, had to film this one myself!
Foxes: look sharp! Sporting Shooter editor Dom Holtam has given Roy Lupton some toys to play with. It is June and foxes are licking their lips and thinking about young birds. With a few bits of ground needing Roy's attention, including an old quarry, it's a perfect opportunity to film some foxing without the need for the lamp.
This is the way I set a dirt hole set for bobcat, from site location, to bait it is all here. Hope it helps and may give you an idea or two on your next set. I caught seven cats in one week with sets just like this.