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Does anyone have any personal experience with the various electronic predator calls? We're going to try coyote hunting. I don't want to get in too deep yet, but I don't want to waste money on something that doesn't work well. Thanks.
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A buddy of mine has one and we've used it, and despite the totally natural sounds recorded from real animals, for some reason, we've honestly had better success from mouth calls.  I don't understand why, but so far, that's been the case for us.  I wouldn't let my experience sway you away from the electronic calls though, as you may have an entirely different result.  Just thought it was worth mentioning.

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Mouth calls are the way to go.

We have used both and the mouth call gives you more of a lively pitch than the one recorded dose.also coyotes are sneaky animals.

 

GOOD LUCK with it.

 

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Originally posted by RifleDude RifleDude wrote:

A buddy of mine has one and we've used it, and despite the totally natural sounds recorded from real animals, for some reason, we've honestly had better success from mouth calls.  I don't understand why, but so far, that's been the case for us.  I wouldn't let my experience sway you away from the electronic calls though, as you may have an entirely different result.  Just thought it was worth mentioning.

i agree 100% mouth calls work awesome.

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Thanks. That's good news. Certainly affordable.
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the only down fall with mouth calls is that unless you have someone you know who has a lot of experience with a mouth call, you wont draw the smart coyotes in, it takes a lot of practice to coax em in when theyve been shot at before.
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I have both and prefer mouth calls. They fit in my pocket and make life easy. My electronic call is a 10 year old Johnny Stewart. The new units using MP3 technology are much smaller and carry easy. They might be worth a try. I picked the Stewart unit up from someone who bought a Foxpro and they really like it.

http://www.gofoxpro.com/main.htm

I would start off with a mouth call and see how it goes. Here are some free call sounds you can download on your computer.

http://www.varmintal.com/ahunt.htm#Calling

 



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Originally posted by tahqua tahqua wrote:

Here are some free call sounds you can download on your computer.

http://www.varmintal.com/ahunt.htm#Calling

 

 

Hey, thanks for posting that link, tahqua!

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Your welcome, RD. Varmint Al's is an excellent web page.
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