flextone® Buck Collector Deer Call
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Designed with Michael Waddell and the Bone Collector Brotherhood - the most flexible and natural-sounding call in Flextone's lineup. Features a rubberized body and labeled buttons that allow you to adjust the tone to create fawn, doe, and buck bleats and wheezes.
Manufacturer model #: FG-DEER-00045.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 38
Rated 4 out of 5 by NinthEye Easy to Master Call
This deer call is a pretty good starting call for those new to calling. It provides a good range of deer noises, from the buck grunt to a wheeze to doe and fawn bleats. I was able to call in first a doe and then a buck a few days before the season started, just to test it out. The deer behaved naturally, with no suspicion at all.
The one drawback is that the doe and fawn bleats are a little difficult to produce. In order to make these sounds you have to push down on a "button" which is really just a slightly raised dot on the call. In essence you push down on the reed to make a higher pitched bleat than the buck grunt. It is not easy to produce in lower light conditions, because you have to visually see whether you have pushed down on the reed or not. If you practice though you can master it.
Other than that this is a good call and produces a nice range of sounds.
November 7, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by McWade712 really loud
Have tried it many times to call in deer have never had luck with it because it is too loud scares them off. The call "buttons" freeze up if it is even remotely cold outside the reed also freezes after the first time being used in a set I would rather have saved my money and bought a few calls to fill my needs not the one. I hunted with it all season and it was all right early in the year when it was warm then when it started to get cold it started to freeze up and could not control the volume or change tones save money and buy a different call
January 15, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by MarcoM Good call
Great call for the price, called out a buck using this and he was rutting and hissing. only disadvantage i have is during cold periods the call doesn't sound realistic.
November 6, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Doefordinner Needs improvement
The reed shifts side to side when pressing the "buttons" and the "buttons" are stiff, making it difficult to use. I also had difficulty making a fawn in distress call and the buck grunt doesn't get very low. Even though I don't like disassembling the primos buck roar, it still sounds better from buck to fawn. Since I can't return it, I'll use it as a backup if I accidentally educate a deer and need a different sounding call.
August 27, 2013
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