Disclaimer: These digital audio files will only work with Johnny Stewart wildlife call electronic callers. They will not play in other devices.
Used during the spring and summer, these vocalizations will attract owls to within a few feet of you. I regularly entertain people by showing them how close you can get to this diminutive bird. I have almost touched them they come so close.
2 time Pa. State Champion Harvey Graybill sounding mighty sexy .to Gobblers of course.
This Ladderback Woodpecker is probably our most productive furbearer sound in the line for the number of different species called. If I were given the choice to take only one sound into the field with me, it would be this one.
This is another great recording that will have Bobcats, Coons, Fox and Coyotes coming quickly.
This common bird will attract hungry predators.
This is truly one of the most unique Jackrabbit sounds you will ever hear. That translates into results in the field because it truly is a “Super” sound.
This soft yelping made by hens in the early morning can direct the Gobbler attention towards your position.
The more sounds you can create, bull, cow, fighting, the more interest you draw to your area.
I am truly convinced that this sound will become one of the most successful sounds in the JS line. I make that comment judging not only by my success with it, but also by feedback from you the consumer.
This performer will catch the attention of the Livestock raiders and other hungry predators.
This distress of an actual Fawn will ring the dinner bell for Coyotes and Bobcats as well evoke the protection instinct in Does.
This 2 week old piglet is a real performer that evokes aggressive responses from sows and brings the predators looking for pork for their next meal.
This multiple bird sound will work good in areas “educated” to other commonly used sounds.
This sound is one of our most productive long time popular selections for all furbearers. It is a super loud and distressful sound.
These simulated sounds can be used in the Rutting period to entice others to investigate.