10Glocks, what have you heard in the area you want to do this? Try to match what you've heard. If you really want to get into this, learn the mouth calls and what to call and when. A little mouse squeaker can go a long way, and watch downwind! Always watch down wind! I have an electronic caller, still new in the box, never been used. I use a howler, for barks and howls, a distress call and a mouse squeaker. I got the electronic caller one winter when it was so cold the mouth calls kept freezing up on me. Learn the calls and the cadence of the calls. Stop a distress call as sharply as you can to mimic a quick demise of the whatever. Predator hunting is really cool hunting and their senses are through the roof. Enjoy and watch downwind! Lol!
I'm not sure how into this I'm going to get. On public land here, coyote season opens on September 1. That gives me a short window of time before season for other things open. Then there is a short window of time after the main seasons close to continue hunting coyote. And it opens again in June during spring squirrel season. On private land there is no closed season, but I've not put any effort into finding any more private land since I lost access to som a few years ago, I've just hunted public land.
In this area, there's squirrels barking, birds, geese honking, and hens yelping in the spring. I've never seen a coyote here, just their tracks and crap, so I know they're here. On other tracts of land further south, I've had coyote come in when turkey and squirrel calling, but I never shot one.
I may pick up some manual calls. I have my electronic call now. It's got a myriad of calls loaded onto it. I am going to use that first.