Got to make couple stands starting at daylight this morning. I went back to the spot I took the first 2 of my season (double) back in Oct. I had called a double in back in Nov. about a mile north of this spot and wasn't able to seal the deal then, but this morning would be different.:thumb: It was just getting where I could see pretty good so I setup calling to the north with a slight NE crosswind. I placed the CS24 and Mojo out about 30 yards in front down in the deep bermuda grass hiding both except for the top of the Critter. I figured I would do things a little different this morning by starting with a pup howl followed by some baybee cottontail. This proved to be a winning combo.:wink: 3 minutes into the stand I catch movement to the east, it's a real dark dog bouncing into the field 150 yards out looking for the rabbit. He starts my way pulling up occassionally and then I see his mate. She hangs up at the edge of the CRP and won't commit but he's a coming. I lower the volume to the point I can barely hear it now and got him searching for the rabbit. I let him come to about the 50 yd mark, give a big WOOF, and the Whizzer does the rest. :up: Once the shot was fired, the female disappeared back into the CRP quick like. Second stand was dry and headed back into town for a 9:00 appointment.