Primos® Big Bucks Rattle Bag
Features 2 sets of Power Tines that create the sounds of 2 different size bucks fighting. Tone tunnels for super loud rattling with flexible CamoNet bag for increased volume.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by patmac64 good value product replaced another set as i had given to one of my hunters,seem to go well,i use them on chital May 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by fleshnugget sounds great great rattle bag. nice and loud and good tone. perfect size. February 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1tnhunter rattle bag i love rattle bags they sound better than horns and are easier to use.i called in many bucks with this bag this year.it is 1 of my favorite calls ever. April 5, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by gale bag To tell the truth no rattling bag is sound proof. This rattle bag is amazing. i've ratlled in many bucks that have came to investigate the noise. December 17, 2008
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A:A rack bag is a tricky lure to master. Imagine in your head you're trying to set up an illusion that two younger, less dominate bucks are trying to rack'em up. Your attempting to attract the large dominate buck into the area to establish his dominance in the area. Rattling is most effective during the rut when bucks are more territorial and not bachelor-ed up. The key is to start with a contact grunts (just short deep grunts) wait about 30 seconds and give an aggressive snort wheeze. after that wait about a minute and start rattling for about 30 seconds at most. It's good to be on the ground or have a way to make ground noise like leafs rustling around to better simulate two bucks fighting. The hard part, in my experience, is not the calling the larger buck in but being able to get a shot when he does come in. Typically, he will come in aggressive and on a fast paced walk almost a trot. Remember that he is on a mission to establish dominance and he will stop at nothing to do it. Be sure of the wind as well, because the bucks that I've called in with this simulation have always came with the wind in there face to try to wind the two deer fighting to better determine the other deers' social status in the pecking order. A little bit of basic buck urine will help to appeal to him so he knows there are other bucks there, but will also help over whelm his since of smell so there is a better chance he wont wind you. Remember, no matter what scent eliminating sprays, or scent control clothing you use, the big 5 to 7 year old buck can still recognize your scent and find you every time, so it's better to try to over whelm him so he isn't thinking cautiously then to try to be "invisible".
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