Get that trophy tom to make those last few steps in front of your gun! Made with Pennsylvania slate, the Ol' Betsy is the perfect finishing call with its soft yelps, cluck and purrs. Comes with conditioning pad to help you keep the slate clean and in perfect shape for calling. Includes hardwood striker.
Produces soft yelps, clucks, and purrs needed for close-in calling
Quality Pennsylvania slate surface
Comes with hardwood striker
Comes with conditioning pad to keep call in top shape
Rated 5 out of 5 by powerbait good
just got this call it is excellent there are instructional exercises on the back which helps a lot
February 19, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by GobblerSmackdown26 Very Dependable
This call is an amazing call for anyone who loves to turkey hunt. I called in a very mature jake with a 4" beard and he was double and triple gobbling to the call and he came in to about 25 yds. i laid the smackdown on him. Overall i suggest this call to anyone and everyone.
May 14, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by scmjr great call
this call is great and ole betsy called in my first gobbler on my first turkey hunt ever. i love the sound of this call and the toms do too! i would highly recommend this call to anyone and everyone.
April 14, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by Hoytboy Slate call
Works great, very easy to use and turkeys love to respond to it
August 2, 2006
I know you have been asked many times on directions on how to use this call. But could you please let me know. I really like this call but having trouble calling. I am not sure if I am doing it right\ Thank you Sue
As I have seen in some reviews the striker used can make a lot of difference in the call working as it should. Another very important point is the striker "pitch" or "angle" in relation to the slate. Once the correct "pitch" is found ,the perfect yelp can be acheived with a dime sized oval drawn on the slate with the striker.
If your having problems you might wanna get a different striker, the one that comes with it is good but I use an after market H. S. strut striker. Other than that just keep trying different ways of holding it and practice.