Primos Up Roar Deer Call
This item has a good grunt and an extremely loud bleat. I found that the bleat is effective for long distance calling. However, when the deer are in closer I find myself going back to other bleats (both can and modified traditional style). I cannot speak for the Wheeze. I have not found it to be effective while attempting to lure bucks into shooting range. I have attempted on young bucks without a response. The mounting hands free system is nice and the materials seem durable. I do like the rubber material used in the design of the tubular structure. I think I would recommend if the item is on sale.
December 2, 2010
Pulls them in like their on a leash!
Yesterday was opening day here in missouri. It was a very windy day. I didnt think the deer would be moving much, but once the wind died down a little I did a few grunts and a bleet and a few more grunts. I had a 7 point running at me! I was able to put one good shot in and fill one of my missouri tags by 7:30 am.
This call works! I used the "buck roar" last year and shot a nice 8 point. Its like bringing them in on a leash.
The only thing That could be improved on.
mine didnt come with a rubber "O ring" to change the pitch on the reed assembly. I ended up using the old O ring from my buck roar.
November 14, 2010
This is an okay call
This call doesn't really call the deer in running, it just really coax them in. I have use this several times and it has made deer stop in their tracks. The call that really gets the deer mad is the snort wheeze. I had two bucks, right behind each other, stop in there tracks and stomp. They kept looking in my direction stomping and never saw me in my stand. Although this buck "roar" has never got the bucks mad, but it's just early in the rut now. It should be called the deer coaxer. I had high hopes for this call because of the reviews, but take this from a true hunter, it's an okay call for deer.
October 27, 2010
TWO & a half
The Uproar call proved to be handy, with it's arm band, allowing it to be available whenever needed. However ,I have not used it enough to produce a trophy , yet. I really like the tone & sound of the buck roar/grunt, and the snort wheeze but I have not mastered the doe bleat.Perhaps because I compare it to my Can type bleat , which has (to me) a more realistic sound.
Practice, I hope ,will allow me to leave the Can bleat at home because having an all-in-one call that does not take up pocket space is better.
For now, I have to say two of the call sounds are great, but until I can handle it --- the doe bleat is only half.
A week and a half from now I will be using it in Kansas. I plan to practice on the drive out (when not driving)
October 13, 2010