I love this fucker. He's just a regular working guy that had an idea for a 3 piece coyote call set, developed it, had it made and put it on the market.
His first run was only 500 sets and I was lucky enough to get one of the first 500. There's 3 calls that I never go coyoteing without and those are Todds'- Out of a dozen calls in my trappins, you'll always see those three.
Anyways, he's also put out a few videos and email tips to help the beginners. He can't act for shit, but at least he's passing on his knowledge to the folks that are just getting started or in a slump.
Here's one of them below.
Personally, I find it best to only call in one direction especially in open country. I do my damnedest to position myself upwind of where I'm going to be shooting even if it means a long roundabout hike.
If you're calling upwind and one comes in, that fucker is going to try to approach from the downwind side which means he has to circle you, giving you more chances to shoot. But don't just look in the direction you're calling - one might be just over the rise to your right 75 feet away.
So, take a minute to visit Dogbreaths' site. He's got a free downloadable guide to coyote hunting, some video tips to watch. At his shop you can also buy his great calls (American made) either as a set or individually, T-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, shit like that. And he's also got some cool decals, too. My pickup is sporting the coyote paws running up the tailgate.