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Best electronic Coyote Calls???

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Big JJ, Nov 27, 2012.

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  1. Big JJ

    Big JJ Member

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    New to coyote hunting.
    Wanting your advice and opinions about which caller to buy and where to buy it.
    Best bang for your buck so to speak.
    I would like one with remote control with a min. distance of 100 yards.
    I would also like to be able to call other small game if possable, like bobcats or whatever.
    Will consider all opinions valuable so please speak your mind on this subject.
    I may be missing something and maybe I should be looking for something else in the caller.
    Post your thoughts.
    Thanks
     
  2. helotaxi

    helotaxi Member

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    If you have the money, a FoxPro is the gold standard. The specific model depends on your budget.
     
  3. Ankeny

    Ankeny Member

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    Ditto.
     
  4. MtnCreek

    MtnCreek Member

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    I’ve got a primos turbo dog. Only complaint is the buttons to adjust volume / select sounds are ‘mushy’ and don’t always work perfectly. Itr does come pretty well loaded with other critter sounds. FYI: Fighting Crow will keep them coming in for several rounds of blasting. :)

    Check out Varmint Al’s web page. Informative and entertaining.
     
  5. walker944

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    Anyone have any experience with the ICOtec products? Their GC300 caller looks pretty cool. Unfortunately it doesn't let you load your own calls, but it comes preloaded with 12 different sounds, which seems ample. Oh, and you can play two sounds at the same time, which would sound more lifelike. The wireless remote is good out to 300 yrds....a huge plus. Check out the YouTube video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apchrCbei3o

    Just wondering if anyone has used it? It's on my christmas list, along with a electric rabbit-like decoy.
     
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  6. Sniper66

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    Johnny Stewart

    I have a Johnny Stewart call with several digital chips. When I got it, I was fooling around with it in the truck to figure out how it worked. We were having lunch, so I propped the speaker on the outside mirror and experimented with different sounds and volume levels between bites of my bologna sandwich and sips of coffee. My brother nudged me and said, "Hey, look at that." as a coyote came in to check out all the noise. So, I poked my Ruger .204 out the window and whacked him. Obviously, it is effective. Great for crows too.
     
  7. WYcoyote

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