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Game Calls & Locators

Game Calls & Locators


In this article we will be discussing many types of calls, such as Deer calls, Duck calls, Turkey calls, Elk calls, Goose calls Quail calls, and also Predator calls for predators such as Coyotes, Bobcats, and Fox, there is even calls for hogs. Game calls for hunters have been used for thousands of years. A method used to lure wild game to your target area of range. These calls mimic the sounds of wild game one is trying to lure in a tactic that is effective in hunting practices.

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Let’s start off deer calls below is a example of a deer call.

Deer calls are designed to mimic the sounds deer make in an attempt to peak the interest of a lurking buck or perhaps make that trophy whitetail turn just enough to land a quality shot.
Deer Call – Revolver Grunt

Simple revolving dial design adjusts call for a fawn bleat, doe bleat, doe grunt, young buck or a mature buck grunt.

Duck calls are one of the most popular calls out there today and there are many duck calls on the market. Duck calls mimics waterfowl and can be made from differ martials such as wood like woodwind instruments, as time went on advancement have been made to the construction of these devices many are made out of rubber and plastic. The are many different variations such as, a single, double, or triple reed call. The goal is for the duck call to sound as realistic as the real thing. Using a decoy also help with using the call.

Duck Call – Classic Wood

The wood duck’s call, both sitting on the water and flying overhead, is a sound that rings forth from all wetlands and swamps. The high quality hardwood barrel gives the Classic Wood Duck call from Primos its rich tones that are hard for wood ducks to resist. It is also a great confidence call when hunting other waterfowl.

Elk Call
Elk are extremely vocal animals especially during the rut.
Elk hunting is a fun task and the meat is all so good. Most hunters will use depending on the various times of the season are two main types of calls, a bugle, used correctly allows the sound to mimic a bull elk. A cow call used correctly mimics the sound of a cow- female elk.

Elk Call – Baby Hoochie Mama

Why Calf Calls… A calf’s call is easy to distinguish from a cow’s. Cows and calves call back and forth to each other throughout the year. Bulls and cows will often come to a calf’s call to round them up and bring them back into the herd. A calf’s call is not intimidating and there is no doubt the Baby Hoochie will bring bulls straight to you that would not have come otherwise.
Here’s a great tip Primos has repeatedly witnessed big bulls responding to the herd talk of cows and calves. When used in combination with the Hoochie Mama you can create your own herd talk that even the hardest to call bulls will find hard to resist.

Turkey calls
Turkey call The gobble is a loud, rapid gurgling sound made by male turkeys. The gobble is one of the principal vocalizations of the male wild turkey and is used primarily in the spring to let hens know he is in the area.
Friction Call, Turkey – Turkey Starter Pack

A comprehensive kit with the whole range of calls you need to get started speaking the Turkey s language!
Designed by turkey-calling experts for realistic intense sound this kit includes one double sided box call one
Sonic Dome slate pot with Slim Striker one Sonic Dome Double with BAT Cut diaphragm mouth call one conditioning kit and a case that carries it all.

Turkey Mouth Call – Sonic Dome Triple with Bat Cut

Simple and dependable – You’re going to love the way this call works. The Sonic Dome Series has been designed so the call is automatically positioned correctly in your mouth. The dome gives you a consistent distance between the reeds and the roof of the dome, for an incredibly consistent sound. The Sonic Dome Series calls use latex reeds. These calls will do it all.

Predator call
These calls are to lure in coyotes, bobcats and fox, there are different varieties but the bets is a sound of a wounded animal of young pray or one in heat.
Predator Call – Female Whimper

This call imitates the whimpering cries of a female coyote during the preliminary stages of the breeding process.
This sound attracts all coyotes from young pups to adults, not just the dominate males. Coyotes are a very curious animal. There have even been fox and bobcats visit this sound.
Predator Call – Predator Master Pak

Hunting Calls have designed the perfect all-in-one pack for predator hunting. The TRUTH Calling All Coyotes will help you learn Randy’s unique style of calling in coyotes, using a combination of howl and distress calls.

Goose call

Snow Geese are possibly the noisiest of all waterfowl. Their main call, made by both males and females, is a nasal, one-syllable honk given at any hour of the day or night, at any time of year, in the air or on the ground.
Goose Call – Honky Tonk

What better way to Speak The Language of geese than with the Honky Tonk. The Honky Tonk is a short-reed call, which reproduces all of the sounds of Canada geese. This call is so easy to blow, you will be able to master it in no time. It enables you to call with minimal back pressure. To keep the call from sticking, due to moisture, it was crafted with the patented ditches on the sounding board. The patented reed system lets you take the call apart for cleaning and put it back together correctly every time. These quality characteristics make the Honky Tonk a must for all goose hunters.

Quail call
Quail’s main call consists of three syllables and sounds like the bird is saying Chi-ca-go. It’s usually given when an individual is separated from its group or mate, as well as while a covey is on the move or preparing to move.

Quail Call – Valley

The Valley Quail is a great locator call. The design is ideal for long range locating. Simply bite and blow to sound like multiple birds. New design for long-range locating, Versatile tones: simply bite down on the call to sound like multiple birds, Slip-proof ridges help to hold call in place, Lanyard ring makes your call easy to access and hard to lose

Hog call
The squeals of a wild hog sound very much like those of a domestic pig.
Hog Call – Squealer

Hog squeals are made by both boars and sows. The squeals of a wild hog sound very much like those of a domestic pig. Because of the wild hog’s strong pack instinct and its curious nature, they will often investigate the sounds of other hogs squealing. Excellent long-range call,
Reproduces the distress squeal of a hog, Effective for attracting boars and sows
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