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For the predator hunters. What kind of call do you use most? Is it a mouth call or an E-call and what brands do you like?

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  • For the predator hunters. What kind of call do you use most? Is it a mouth call or an E-call and what brands do you like?

    For the predator hunters. What kind of call do you use most? Is it a mouth call or an E-call and what brands do you like?

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    I don't do a ton of predator hunting, but when I do my standby call is a Zepps 1080 open-reed. I've also used a Knight & Hale Lead Dawg howler a few times, but since the 1080 makes pretty decent howls as well as distress sounds, that one is usually all I carry.

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    • #3
      I prefer mouth calls for all game. In my opinion, it gives you more sound and tone control.

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      • #4
        I use just about all models of mouth calls. The important thing about calling is to put the reverberations in the sound to get the wave after wave of sound to mimic a dying critter. This is learned with experience.

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