Primos® The Great Big Can™ Estrus Bleat Call
Great call to teaching young Hunters. Easy to use for Beginners, yet great for experienced Hunters too!
February 9, 2011
Doesn't work for me
I guess Tennessee deer and Georgia deer are just different. Despite all the praiseworthy reviews, I have had a completely different experience. It has never worked for me (and I have used the different variations). I have used it pre-rut, rut and post-rut. I have never called in deer. I have used it when a deer has been out of range and the deer always ignore the call. Judge for yourself. For me its a waste of money.
December 26, 2010
I Just finished the 2010 Vermont rifle season, and I bagged this buck I had been hunting since the start of bow season. Hunting from my ground blind.... he came in on a bad angle and I could not get a shot ...as I watched him walk over the nole out of sight. I reached for the can and gave it two quick short Bleats..... waited 20 or 30 seconds and gave it four or five more quick short bleats. The buck turn around in it's tracks and walked right back to me.
It was very impressive to see this buck come right back to the call. With the combination of the bleat can , and the primos uproar grunt call, I brought him in . I never let the bleat go to full drop (long call) as I have read that a long bleat may signal an "alarm bleat " telling other deer there's trouble.
I always stopped the bleats about half way through the bleat.
Without this call , I would never have got him back. I will always use this during the rut. Thanks Primos !!!!!!
November 29, 2010
This will work good all year but the rut is the time to use this product. I've noticed during the regular season I will get a lot of does to come into the call. But during the rut when that buck is just out of reach flip the can and he will come running.
August 17, 2010
according to "The deer Dr." from field & stream.... A short bleat is the estrus call from a doe. If you let the bleat go long for the full drop of the can it actually is an alarm bleat to other deer. Hence... driving them away. Not sure if this is true... but the method of a quick short bleat , about half the drop of the can.. worked for me, actually turning the buck around as it walked away ,and brought him right back to me.
It never has worked for me and I have tried it at all stages of the rut and all times of day. I have bleated often and only once an hour. I have used it when I have not seen deer and when I have seen deer. Good luck.
It depends on the time of season and where you are hunting. I bleat once or twice if no buck is in sight, but if he is then bleat once and see if that gets his attention. If not might as well try it again and then wait a few seconds and see how he responds.
i would use this when a buck is within 100 yards because thats about how far the sound will carry. it varies though depending on the weather. i primarily like using the call in late rut because the bucks seem to not come to any other call.
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