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Have any of you had any luck using a doe estus call? If so, could you please recomend any calling sequences that might help?

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  • Have any of you had any luck using a doe estus call? If so, could you please recomend any calling sequences that might help?

    Have any of you had any luck using a doe estus call? If so, could you please recomend any calling sequences that might help?

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    Primos has a line of doe estrus calls. They the can series(theres the can, the long can, etc) I know a few people use those and from what I hear they had success. They great because you just turn it over...no blowing into a call. Look them up, I think it'll be good for you.

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    • #3
      I asked a similar question on the message board earlier... before using a call like this, I believe you should have some kind of indication of what the rut activity in your area is like... correct? Or am I way off base here? Can you use these kinds of calls regardless of the time of year, rut activity, etc, etc?

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      • #4
        theres other ways to make soft contact bleats.use your tongue make a sound like your taking a poop.often i;ll take a tree bark and rub on trees/the can works at times but last year i ran a buck off using it. practice.patience and experience will come as each day or site along with time of day and rut makes a difference

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        • #5
          I've had success with the original can. One or two bleats with the can has brought in several nice bucks to my stands. Keep the cans in a clean shirt pocket or other container, any dust, bark or grim will ruin the call. Good Luck!!

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