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Describe a normal call scenario....

 
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Old 01-23-2008, 01:43 PM
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Thanks Bobcat! That was the kind of info I needed.The message is clear now seeing how everyone has stated the same thing....

I can see now that I was just lucky those first few times. I have been calling non stop for way too long. I call about half a 30 minute tape per setup...no breaks, just straight calling the whole time.

New questions....

Is about all the rabbit calls the same from one manufacturer to the next?

How many different calls do you really need?

So far I think a couple rabbits (cottontail and jack) and a howler....should I get more?
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