Today I went for a lunch time duck hunt. Shot one mallard. It is a spot I frequently see fox and coyote tracks while out duck hunting. A week or two ago I saw new tracks in the fresh snow that indicated a fox had passed my duck blind twice without me even knowing. Anyway, I didn't set up today so I was just out looking to jump birds. I stumbled upon a village of dens. There must have been 6 or 7 active dens all in one small area. There were probably even more than that if I would have searched around. It seemed like the tracks were all fox. There were fresh tracks in the snow everywhere going into the dens. The area is decent for pheasants but would probably be better if I eliminated some of the predators. I have a wounded rabbit call and a coyote single reed call. Do I just setup downwind in camo and start hitting the rabbit call? What time of day would be best to do this? Would it work in the middle of the day? Also are the pelts worth keeping? What time of year are they nice looking? Is there anything cool you can do with a fox pelt? Make something? Would a few sharp barks from the coyote call help? how far from the dens should I set up? It is really flat area and I could probably see the dens from as far as 300 yards away. Any other advice? No, I won't tell you where they are. Yet. Thanks.