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Old 10-20-2012, 04:15 PM   #1
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I know that as far as preditor hunters go I am a pretty low tech guy. As a kid I mowed some lawns and turned in pop cans to get my first call. A Knight and Hale No 9 dying cottontail. Though I have tried a few low end electronics they have never satisfied me or worked tot he extent of that ceap old reed call. Funny thing is now days that little call is all I take out. I am for sure not a pro, and I am sure many if not most of you all on here shoot more dogs a year than I.
So in an attempt to expand my own knowlege what do you all use as your favorite calls?
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Old 10-20-2012, 05:30 PM   #2
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I carry two calls with me. Both of them I made out of deer antler. I also have a bull horn on my lanyard if I want to howl. I use to drink the high tech Kool aid and had the E-Caller. If you listen to these e-callers enough you can copy them with almost any mouth call and you wont have to lug them things around anymore. My biggest down fall use to be, how much I call, getting winded, or getting busted making a dumb move.
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