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Discussion in 'General Hunting Topics' started by nanny, Dec 7, 2012.
What kind of electronic caller do you use?
I use a FoxPro spitfire
We use just regular calls no electric calls. It's a poor man duck hunt and you don't have to fight over blinds!
Found some Johnny Stewart calls but were afraid wouldn't be loud enough cause of the price.
I like that, thats funny!
Ive sent many a crow to the promise land with a johnny stewart
Johnny Stewart are plenty loud I have used one for 10yrs
Funny But, the truth!
8 track tape player hooked to a loud speaker and a motorcycle battery stored in an old toolbox.
My grandfather could killed a lot of crows.
I have used a Johnny Stewart Preymaster with the crow sounds card for years. Used to be wired unit but I converted it to wireless about 6-7 years ago.
Only Johnny Stewart call i can find now is one for about $30. Not sure about the quality for such a low price. Know FoxPro makes a quality call but can be a little pricey.
I got a new primos alpha dogg but haven't got to try it out yet. Used a Johnny Stewart cassette for years!
I had the first one made back in the 60's,wore out a 16 ga 870.Reloaded my own shells,would go thru 3 case's during the winter! What fun!When the old record player quit so did i,got to hard to find a place to shoot.
foxpro spitfire but I wish it had more than just that crow fight on it. The birds catch on to that sound pretty fast and after a couple shoots they are pretty educated to it.
Mine is a western rivers. It's made on the Johnny Stewart patten for bass pro. Plenty loud!!!!! It work off cassette tapes.