He was on an unbaited blind set. The farmer cleared about 15 feet of branches from the edge of the field last year and the weeds grew up high. I drove through them a few times with the quad last fall taking corn out. It created a two track trail. In one spot I blocked one of the tire paths and snared the other. I figured a pair of yotes would split with one in the field and the other on the trail. They like to do that when hunting to try and run something to the other one. It's been up for about three weeks and one finally went down the trail.
Nothing has touched the calf. I think tomorrow I may go slit it's belly to get the smell in the air and attract them.