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anyone use electric calls?
Last Post 01 Mar 2008 12:09 AM by Olsplittoe. 11 Replies.
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28 Dec 2007 03:16 AM  
I got some extra christmas money so im looking to buy a call from ether bass pro and cabellas or ebay anyone have onethats a good one so I can maybe get the same or here some pros and cons?
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28 Dec 2007 03:18 AM  
Only thing we can use electronic calls for is varmitssorry not to be much help.
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28 Dec 2007 03:22 AM  
We can use them for Varmits and Crows. my Dad has a Johnny Stewart I believe that's the name on it. we use it for Crows. It works pretty good it's rechargeable.
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28 Dec 2007 04:10 AM  
opps guess i should of put using for coyottes
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28 Dec 2007 04:11 AM  
wtch would have the best rabbit distrease and howls?
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30 Dec 2007 01:33 PM  
most all calls you get work for predators,either manully(bulb squekers) or electronic.I have a med range Jonny Stewart for calling in coyotes/bobcats.Some of these callers get into big money $ 200 to $300 range(I paid $50 for mine,as a used caller,that I got on another board/forum that I go on)Some use tapes(like mine)others use a DVD/chip.But I will give you some good advice,get one with a remote(wireless).That way you can set up your caller in one location and you can get 75 yards away from it.The tactic that I use most is useing my tree climber on clear cuts,pipelines or power lines,set my caller out,climb a tree(they ain't looking for you there)I also recommend getting on the backside of the tree your using,otherwise you stick out like a sore thumb.An if you get around to usind a decoy)rigor rabbit,motion dove,be sure to stake down good into the ground.I once lost a brand new rigor rabbit to a very large red tailed hawk,I've always wondered how mad he was after he got back to his nest an discovered he couldn't eat that rabbit he stole from me.
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04 Jan 2008 03:13 PM  
My freind got one for christmas it's called a gamemaster. You can buy all different kinds of chips (it comes with four predator chips) in it and play 2 sounds at once. He's only taken it out once but it sounds pretty good out in the woods. Got it for around 100$ from Cabela's.
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06 Jan 2008 05:50 AM  
I ordered a johnny stewart call from bass pro had alot of information written by others that had said it was a good call its the predator 2 thanks for all help
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10 Jan 2008 02:24 AM  
my uncle has a jhonny stewert he uses to hunt coyotes and he gets a coyote everytime but he brings em in close by putting one of those raccoon tail hats on a stik and it brings in the coyotes every time
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04 Feb 2008 02:03 PM  
I found the Johnny Stewart Preymaster Wireless brand new for $155.00 at the website of Midsouth Shooters.com best price I could find.
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28 Feb 2008 09:13 PM  
I have an inexpensive electronic hog call that I bought a few months ago. I have used it several times with no success. I will still use it, yet I wish I would have bought a different one. Of course, you get what you pay for, so if you spend a lot, you will have success.
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01 Mar 2008 12:09 AM  
I have one of the older model Johnny Stewart call, it is a little bulky. Ive used it for calling crows, and have to say it works great. Set it up on the edge of a bean field behind the house here, put in a fighting crow tape on loud for about three mins and had about 30 to 40 birds in less than five mins.  After just a few shots they weere gone. Moved about 1/2 mile set up again with the same result. Awsome tool for off season hunting or target pratice.
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