Primos Double Cottontail Predator Call
An amazing call!
This was my first predator call (not my first primos call) and after so practice despite my families displeasure I got the hang of it. It's easy to learn and requires little air to get great sound.on my third outing (you don't get success every hunt, not the calls fault just the way hunting is) I setup in some tall gras and started squeaking with another primos call. To my surprise the first coyote I ever saw stood up at 56 yards. He came 6 yards then hung up at 50 and I knew squeaking wasn't what this dog wanted. I grabbed the double cotton and blew a 10 second sequence and he came in running!!! He came into nine yards before he saw me and spooked! The craziest thing was he ran to the call faster than he ran away from me! Great product great sounds and great success! Buy this call you will not regret it!!!
July 9, 2013
The call delivers as advertised. Easy to use. So far I've only done 4-5 set-ups and haven't called in a coyote but I'll credit early lack of success to the hunter, not the equipment. No problems with using the call in colder weather. All of my hunts so far have been in 10-15 degree weather in light wind and the call hasn't seized up. I'll be back at again this weekend!
February 5, 2013
really work's great
I am new to hunting i am 16 and i wanted to try a little cayote hunting so i tryed out his call the first time i had it out i called in two cayote's within 100 yard's i only had my compund bow so i had no shot. but the next time i went out with the call i was sitting on a edge of a forest i called for about a min and i turned around to see one about 10 yard's behind me looking around..... so all and all yes the call really work's great but it freezes up easy so keep it warm and you will be fine.
January 9, 2013
Best Distress On My Lanyard!!
I've used a couple different cottontail distress calls throughout my coyote calling career and this call surpasses all of them! It is very easy to use and easy to control the volume of the call. It can get very raspy the louder you blow too. Only problem I have had with this call is if its around 20 to 25 degrees outside it will tend to freeze up. What I do if it is that cold is after I make my first call sequence i wrap it in my coat or pocket and before I call again I will blow hot air through the backside of it to loosen and heat up the reeds for about 30 seconds and then the call should be good to go for another sequence.
January 9, 2013