Johnny Stewart Wildlife Calls™ Attractor Compact Digital Game Callers
- Plays 30-second sounds to lure in game
- Pivots for directional calling
- Includes remote control with 50' range
Predator 1: Baby Bird, Cottontail, Puppy Cries, Rodent, Woodpecker.
Predator 2: Cottontail, Howls, Coyote Pup, Fawn, Jackrabbit.
Turkey: Cluck & Purr, Cutting, Excited Hen Yelp, Locator Gobble, Soft Hen Yelp.
Deer: Buck Grunt, Doe Bleat, Estrus Bleat, Rattling, Snort Wheeze.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 43 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by trkytknyank worthy purchase This is a good short to medium distance e-caller that has good quality sound and remote control so that it can be set up away from the hunter along with a motion decoy to really grab and hold the animals attention so he comes in without noticing the hunter giving you better odds at luring the animal in for a shot whether it be by gun or camera or even both as you film your hunt. March 19, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by LuckyChucky Good value for the money I called a fox in the first day I used this product. It has a remote range further than listed, however I think it could be louder. I also called in a bobcat the first night. As a first time predator hunter it really worked better than I ever expected. February 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Playthrough Decent Device for the Money This varmint call seemed to work quite well, even though our test hunts were not successful. The sound was loud and the remote worked for about 50 yards. Can't wait to hunt again January 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by EvilD Game calls Easy portable small unit. Remote works a distances further than stated. Could be louder but is reasonable. Not a bad unit for the money. November 26, 2012
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A:typically you should wait about 15 minutes between calls,if no response after two or three attempts you should relocate and try again.
A:when i call cats i just let it run for about an hour as cats sometimes come in slow, if you have something for them to look at ( better if it moves ) it really helps. for coyotes i leave it on for about 30 min. if nothing comes i move and do the same thing, coyotes often come to the call within 2 to 10 min. so be ready ! good hunting.
A:Depending on which one you use the cotton tail you can play for up too a minute and pause it for 30 seconds then play it again you want it to be realistic as possible if u let calls to continue play the predator will know something is not right also use some reed calls with the electronic call to change it up it has worked for me
A:THE SOUND SYSTEM TAKES "AA" BATTER'S THEY LAST A LONG ,LONG TIME,BUT I CHANGE MINE ABOUT EVERY TENTH TIME OUT. THIS IS A GREAT CALL AND HAS PLENTY OF VOLUME , I ONLY USE IT AT 3/4 VOLUME,UNLESS I AM IN A VERY LARGE AREA,THEN FULL VOLUME. I JUST BOUGHT ONE FOR MY SON AND HE CALLED IN AND SHOT A BIG MALE COYOTE THE FIRST TIME OUT.
A:I LOVE MY CALL,AND JUST BOUGHT ONE FOR MY SON WITH DIFFERENT SOUNDS . I HAVE CALLED IN SEVERAL COYOTES,FOX,DEER,AND BOBCATS,NOT TO SPEAK OF ALL THE HAWKS, CROWS AND OWLS THAT CAME IN. I HAVE DROPPED IT MANY TIMES,AND IT KEEPS ON RUNNING.I HAVE USED IT IN COLD WEATHER AND RAIN AND IT HAS NEVER QUIT.THE BATTERY'S LAST FOR EVER,BUT I DO REPLACE THEM ABOUT EVERY 10 TIMES OF USE. I ONCE FORGOT IT ON MY LAST STAND AND THE UNIT WAS ON ALL NIGHT,BATTER'S WERE STILL GOOD. LOVE THIS CALL ! RON...
A:The DT-1 Attractor is water resistant, but (like most electronics) it is not water proof. The call works very well in cold weather, though there may be a slight decrease in battery life when continually using it in the cold. Thanks
Details:Do the rodent and the puppy cries work well? and if so what animal do they work best on
A:Yes both work well. Gray foxes come to both, and coyotes will come to puppy cries. I had a coyote pick my call up with puppy cries
A:I USED THE FAWN DISTRESS TRYING TO CALL IN SOME COYOTES THAT WERE KILLING FAWNS WHERE I HUNT.I USED MY DOE BLOW UP DECOY AND THE DISTRESS CALL. DID NOT GET THE COYOTES IN BUT 2 FAWNS CAME TO IT AT ABOUT 25YDS. SPOOKED THEM WHEN I TRIED TO GET MY CAMERA OUT OF MY POCKET.
A:I TURN MINE ON FOR ABOUT 10MIN. IF NOTHING COMES IN AT THAT TIME I WAIT ABOUT 5MIN. BLOW ON MY MOUTH CALL AND TURN THE CALL BACK ON AND WAIT. I DO THIS FOR ABOUT 45MIN. IF NOTHING COMES IN I MOVE AND START ALL OVER AGAIN. MOST OF THE TIME I USE IT AT 3/4 VOLUME. THIS IS A GREAT CALL !
A:To be effective you need to be able to not only fool a coyote's ears, but their sight and smell. The Coyote will come to the sound but if they don't see any decoys to run to, they will not venture any closer. You want to play it along with a decoy, once you spot the coyote turn the E-call off and let the coyote come to the decoy. Once in range give an audible "Hoot" or actaully bark at the coyote, this will cause him to stop long enough for you to get a shot.
Details:If so, is it all of them?
If not, which ones are included, and how much are the others individually?
A:depends on which caller you buy i bought the preditor 2 it comes with 5 calls
I believe all the calls only come with 5 just depends on which one you buy
A:Doesnt matter what u buy the way to bring them in is by getting their attention thats all it really comes down to
A:I HAVE BOTH CALLS,BUT I USE #1 THE MOST,AS I LIKE THE COTTONTAIL SOUND THE BEST ON IT. BUT WHEN I HUNT AN AREA WHERE THE DOGS GET CALLED A LOT ,I USE THE #2,AS I LIKE THE BIRD CALLS FOR CALL WISE DOGS. FOR THE MONEY YOU CAN GET BOTH AND HAVE THEM WITH YOU AT THE SAME TIME. THEY ARE GREAT CALLS.
A:Predator 2. The predator one was more for foxes or bobcats..i own a predator 2 and trust me coyotes come runnin to it
A:IT WORK'S GREAT WITH A DECOY,DRIVES THE BIRDS CRAZY. RON.