flextone Extinguisher Deer Call
The flextone® Extinguisher Deer Call is a versatile and unique hunting tool that can mimic Fawn, Doe, and Buck sounds quickly with the patented Modislide™ System. The 2-layered rubber throat tube provides realistic sounds, and a 99% rating from the NAHC (highest ever for deer calls) proves it! Get the Extinguisher and bag that trophy buck!
Manufacturer model #: FG-DEER-00049.
- Proven Modislide System
- Freeze-proof design
- Multiple calls in an instant
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"Buck Growls or Roars: This is an aggressive and emotional grunt type of sound. Bucks make this during the peak of the rut. Move slide to"BUCK'' position then blow the word "wheeaaa" into the call 1 to 3 times for a duration of 2 to 3 seconds for each call.
Social Grunts: Both bucks and does make this grunt. Move slide to "BUCK" for buck grunts or to "DOE" for doe grunts. Lightly blow into call for about 1 second and between 1 to 3 times. Use anytime a buck or doe is nearby, and want them to come closer.
Tending Grunts: Bucks produce this sound when trailing a hot estrus doe. Move slide to "BUCK", and blow short grunts about 1/2 to 1 second in duration and between 5 to 10 continuous times in a row.
Clicking Grunts: Bucks produce this sound when they are close to a hot estrus doe and ready to breed. Move slide to "BUCK" position and blow 5 to 10, one-syllable clicks into the call rapidly.
Doe Estrus Bleats: Does produce this sound during all phases of the Rut. Move slide to "DOE" position and blow the word "meeaaaaa" into the call between 2 to 3 seconds. This call works great when mixed with a tending grunt.
Fawn Bleats or Bawls: Fawns make calm bleats to communicate with does. They are between 1/2 to 1 second in length and done once or twice. Bawls are loud and excited distress sounds made by Fawns in danger to alert does. Bawls are 1 to 2 seconds in length and blown 3 to 10 times consecutively. Move slide to "FAWN" position and blow accordingly."
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