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Which Foxpro Call

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Unread 01-20-2013, 03:40 PM
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Which Foxpro Call

Hello Folks, I would like some comments on the type of calls you folks have used successfully on coyotes. I see many refer to Foxpro, is there a particluar model number that works best or maybe a different manufacture? Thanks appreciate your comments
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    Unread 01-20-2013, 11:19 PM
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    Re: Which Foxpro Call

    I bought a foxpro fury about 3 years ago and its like computers theres a new model out every year theres been 3 differant models since then, depends what and where your calling the new shockwave seems like the cats meow now . Check out predator masters forums under electronic calls theres lots of info there.
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    Unread 01-21-2013, 12:57 AM
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    Re: Which Foxpro Call

    I have a foxpro CS-24 and a foxpro shockwave. The shockwave has a lot of awesome features and is easier to run than the CS-24. The CS-24 is louder though.

    Daniel
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    Unread 01-21-2013, 04:42 PM
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    Re: Which Foxpro Call

    I bought the base model foxpro (spitfire) last year and I have liked it a lot but I can still see some room for improvement. I have had much more success with the foxpro than when I used to use mouth blown calls exclusively. Using an electronic call gives me much more confidence and it allows you to move the call away from you. The only things I don't like about the spitfire are that it could use more volume and i think the sound quality could be improved a bit. The things I like best is that it is very easy to use and like I said before, moving the call away from you is a big advantage IMHO.
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    Unread 01-22-2013, 10:46 PM
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    Re: Which Foxpro Call

    I've been using a Foxpro Firestorm this year and I have been very pleased. It has more volume capability than the Wildfire and Spitfire models which is one of the reasons I chose it over the cheaper models. I also considered the Foxpro Fury but I didn't feel the few additional features of the Fury made it worth the extra $80.00. If you order direct from Foxpro you can select the exact sounds that you want programmed on the call. If you buy from a retailer it will come pre-programmed with sounds that you may or may not want/need. I also bought the Foxjack decoy that attatches directly to the call. The decoy isn't a necessity but I feel it has helped me bag a few more close range coyotes this year.
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    Unread 01-22-2013, 10:49 PM
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    Re: Which Foxpro Call

    Forgot one thing! Battery life is excellent with the Foxpro rechargable batteries. I have run the call and decoy for hours on full days of hunting in the bitter cold and never ran down the batteries to the point where anything quit working.
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    Unread 01-23-2013, 12:39 AM
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    Re: Which Foxpro Call

    Tim Titus, who has written some of the articles about predator hunting on LHR, has a store that sells Foxpro (and other) calls. I had already bought my Spitfire when I found out about his site, but it sounds like he's a pretty stand-up guy.

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    He also has other related equipment, and I think he's also a LHR sponsor....


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    Good luck!!!
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