By David Corbin
To make noise of any kind goes against the nature of hunting, because remaining silent at all costs is ingrained into every hunter's mind since the day we made our first trip into the deer woods.
One of the mistakes hunters often make when using a grunt call is to call too tentatively or too quietly. Sometimes it's okay to cut loose and make a lot of noise. Especially in the heat of the rut, don't be afraid to hit your grunt call - HARD!
Make it growl and groan, and really reach out there to challenge anything within earshot.
When it's windy, it can be especially difficult for deer to hear calls, so keep that in mind.
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