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This Quail provided Johnny with a long repertoire of distress vocalizations that will entice even the wariest of furbearers.
I remember the night we caught all of the “auditioners” for this recording. They were cramming into the holes in the empty commercial chicken house so thick you could grab 4 or 5 tails at a time. We found a couple of real performers to make this super effective call for predators.
This simulated Doe bleat can be used to lure other deer to your location.
This recording of a real doe is an effective sound to have in your library of deer enticing vocalizations.
This Whitetail Doe distress will catch the attention of hungry predators year round.
This is a recording Johnny got from a mature bull he called with a gas pipe Elk call. The Bull was fairly large and some Younger satellite bulls may not come across the park to challenge you but when you get one to come all the way in it is a good bull.
This simulated vocalization can be an effective sound for attracting an amorous Buck.
This excited yelping signals a readiness to mate. It will stimulate gobblers to respond.
This set of vocalizations will work year round but is most effective in the fall and winter. To capture this, Johnny used a creative and unique outdoor “studio” to get 2 owls to sit inches apart and talk to each other.
2 Time Pa. State Champion Harvey Graybill sounds like the real deal for this effective Fall calling sound.
Predators year round or Whitetail Doe in the spring and summer will respond quickly to this actual Fawn distress.
This is another very good recording captured at close range of Snows feeding in the field. This “grubbing” sound can be used alone or with other audio to make an irresistible lure for Snows to come to.
When I recorded this sound, the night started out with 3 hogs and ended up with about 50+. Use where there is plenty of sign and hogs are known to travel. They will not travel great distances to get to the sound.
This recording of a crow mobbing will lure others effectively. It has been a performer in the line since the 60s.
This Red Shafted Flicker is an effective attractant to Bobcats, Raccoons, Fox and Coyotes.