OK - I have taken a few yotes as a "target of opportunity" over the years. But for the first time.....EVER, I actually plan on hunting them this year. It appears I have a yote problem and I would really like to put a dent in the local population. I have a scoped 22-250 and am accurate in the daylight to hit a milk jug at 300 yards - so I think that should be proficient enough. I am hunting farm country. My son has bought a couple mouth calls (I am trying to avoid spending the money on an electronic call at the moment). We have a green LED light that will illuminate a target at roughly 125 yards. I have lots of questions and I will gladly accept any advice or words of wisdom. #1 - is it better to hunt them in the light or at night? #2 - is an electronic caller better/worse than a mouth call? #3 - is it even legal to bait them? #4 - do you need a visible light while hunting them at night like you do coons? #5 - any time a year better than others? #6 - what size shot is best for using a choked down shot gun in more wooded areas? #7 - can I hunt them from deer stands, ground blinds and elevated blinds like I do deer?