Johnny Stewart Wildlife Calls Attractor Compact Digital Game Callers
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Entices the game you're hunting to come in close by playing 30-second sounds that inspire curiosity. Pivots 180º for directional calling. Included remote control with 50' range, remote holster, and belt clip for the base unit. Each handheld caller contains 5 tantalizing sounds.
- 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.
Deer: Buck Grunt, Doe Bleat, Estrus Bleat, Rattling, Snort Wheeze.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 45
Rated 4 out of 5 by leedew Good Electronic Call for the Money
If you need to hike in and you are on a budget this is the call for you. While I stuck it in my pack to hike in you could clip it to your belt using provided clip. Unit is light and has good volume for a small call. You can place it on the ground or hang it in a tree with the provided cord. The on/off switch (on the speaker base unit) is also the volume control dial. One draw back is there is no volume control on the remote, just a stop button (“SOUND OFF”). There is a jack on the side of the base unit for an external speaker, I guess if you want to get louder. I found sound level of the base unit to be sufficient for my set up, but on a windy day you might want more volume. I got the Predator 2 for coyote hunting. Sounds were realistic (you can compare it to videos on You Tube). Another draw back of this unit is you can’t load other calls – you only get the calls associated with the model you buy. The remote works well if there are no obstructions (trees, ground “humps”, etc.). The product packaging indicates a 50 yard range for the remote. I think there is a typo under the Bass Pro product description as it says 50’. I haven’t needed to find its extreme range limit, but have used it out to around 35 yards without a problem. My guess is the top remote range will be a function of battery strength, topography and obstructions. While it comes with batteries in both the remote and the speaker unit, be ready to replace them with name brand quality batteries after a little use. Base unit uses 4 AA batteries. Remote uses an odd 12-volt, “A23” battery. I plan to team this up with a Quiver Critter decoy in case the coyotes try to get downwind of the call. Of course, wind direction is always first consideration when contemplating your set up (set up for a cross wind if you can). Good luck.
December 22, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by vchcfr18 it's ok
i got this last year and it work great for about 6 months. then it started to play lower and lower. then it just stopped. I would not pay this again. I not happy at all. but it does have real sounds. but will not work for long.
November 10, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by cruzmissile great for beginners
I read some of the previous reviews, the only negative review came from someone who fishes more than hunts so I would take his advice with a grain of salt.
This product is great for beginners who don't feel comfortable trying to figure out what all the various calls are suppose to do from a more advanced E-caller. The batteries that come with the call aren't the best so have them replaced with a good quality battery before taking it out because it unit will get quieter from the less than optimal batteries supplied.
October 6, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by cowboy4lyfe GREAT PRODUCT
I own the predator 2 and it is a great deal..ive called countless coyotes in and saved my livestock many times with the call..coyotes come like theyre on a string. Although it could be louder its still a great call to own and use.
July 14, 2010
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