Here is some help. I agree with wily 1 I would go with something a little bigger. Ok here I go eletronic calls-1 your choice. They are better for long range callin and callin in the wind. A good locator call is important. there are alot of different locators. Sirens, Coyote howls, Packs of coyotes howling, and so on and so forth. I would suggest some different mouth calls. Rabbit indistress is common, but don't rule out others. Like injured coyote pup Chicken indistress, kid goat in distress, fawn in distress and so on and so forth. I would also suggest good camouflauge, and a set of bypods or shooting sticks for your gun. Also you might want to get some kind of decoy. Feathers on a stick are rather popular and easy to make. Just tie 1 or 2 feathers to a stick. So when the wind blows they will move. And probably some scents. Dirt for yourself or coon pea skunk pea anything to cover your scent. And some attractor scents for coyotes you know like yote in heat. territory scents stuff like that. Did I miss anything guys?
And remember it ain't always the size of your gun that matters. Its how many shells you have.
. Good luck buddy and remember try to make every shot count. Just incase you don't want to read all that.
Gun/scope -make sure the scope is just as capable as the gun
locators- I'd get at least 3 different ones
Electronic call- good for long range and callin when the wind is howlin. alot of them come with three or four different distress calls
Hand calls- rabbit indistress,chicken indistress, rodent-kid goat- fawn indistress that type of thing
Camo- Make sure to get it to blend in with your area spring time green in the desert don't help alot
bypods or shooting sticks for your gun to rest on
Decoys are helpful- like feathers on a stick are easy to make and work great.
scents-dirt,skunk,coon pea for yourself And yote in heat or male dominance scents to attract yotes. Warning I do not recommend you spray yote in heat or territory scents on yourself
good luck Hunt Hard