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Game calls..What do you use?

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I am looking into some mouth calls along with a Hunter's Specialties PreyMaster Digital Caller.I was wondering if anyone was using this call and how it was working for them..As far as mouth calls I'm open to any suggestions..Thanks

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xHCxOutdoorsman

FOXPRO IS THE WAY TO GO pricey but it will pay for its self if you get out and use it!!! and i have alot of old mouth calls hunter's are good i got a fair amount of primos and those are good too but i like the old wood calls but thats me

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HunterLee

Sorry to disagree with you, but i prefer the hand call myself. I can make the sounds i want at the time i want. We have a preymaster and a jonny stewart tape player, but i like the hand calls. I would recommend getting a hand call first if you don't know how much you are going to use it and work from there. I might get a foxpro, but not this year. I use a couple of name brand wood calls, and a couple primo's calls, they work for me. Blow what you are confident in and have fun.

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walleyes12

I agree, I would recommend hand calls first then once your comfortable with the sounds, then buy an electronic call.

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picksbigwagon

I would start with the hand calls first as well. I just picked up the knight and hale lead dawg, a two in one call, both an open reed howler and a closed reed rabbit distress. I also own and use an electronic caller. I bought a minaska outdoors M1 bandit, foxpro is a great unit as well. when it comes to wireless remote control callers, minaska and foxpro is like ford vs. chevy, look them both over and get the one you like best.

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