Disclaimer: These digital audio files will only work with Johnny Stewart wildlife call electronic callers. They will not play in other devices.
This recording of a feisty little male black bear brings adult females fighting mad and males fighting horny. Watch your backside as the bears tend to come in quietly when searching for the cub.
This recording makes a great second sound to mix and match with other species to create believable scenarios for predators to react to.
This recording of a real Bobcat in heat has created great results in attracting amorous males and a few females. Various customers have had even Mountain Lion and an occasional coyote approach the sound. Best use is in Jan, Feb and March. One Texas Outfitter called 8 one February for clients.
This Whitetail Buck distress will attract the attention of predators year round but used in the post rut period, it will be even more enticing.
This one note call can be used during the rut to entice competing bucks to your location or stop a moving buck in his tracks.
You may ask yourself why calf moose sounds; they can be used to bring in a cow that a bull may be following
This calf will garner the attention of large predators and coyotes. If used in the calving pasture, expect the herd to also show up to try and protect the calf.
This recording of Snows calling in the field is the best on the market. Johnny was close and got a good clean sound that does not “mush” like many others.
Almost everyone guesses this to be real geese but this recording of Professionals calling with their own voices will fool the Geese too. Photographers can call them right into their camera position.
The sound of whimpering and crying puppies will attract Coyotes, Fox and an occasional Bobcat. These 5 day old canines are a great sound to use in areas educated to more commonly used sounds.
These 2 week old pups are enticing to Coyotes, Red Fox and Gray Fox. Use this sound along with coyote vocalizations to lure those hard to get Coyotes.
A very good recording of a performer that will attract the attention of furbearers.
This Johnny Stewart original recording of this common bird will lure in most predators.
Barnyard raiders will seek this performer out quickly. This loud clear distress sound can be used anywhere on predators.
This recording tested successful on a “hung up” coyote its first trip into the field.