Re: Foxpro Wildfire review
I've only just joined Longrange from Australia and this is my first post so I hope I'm not butting in.
It is very interesting that you use electronic calls. I have no experiece with them whatsoever.
I'd like to share the methond my mates and I use to call foxes with great success. I'm a very keen fox caller, although we use "whistles" and we go "fox whistling" It's the same bloke just a different hair cut. Anyhow, our whistles are very simple and basicly consist of a piece of sheet metal folded in two and a hole drilled through near the fold. We either buy them or make them ourselves and they simply mimic the sound of a rabbit in distress. They can be blown as hard or as soft as you wish and carry for hundereds of meters.
I whistle all over the place but, at a mates sheep station that's about 13,000 acres on any leisurely afternoon we may whistle 5 or more foxes without trying too hard. Sometimes they run in so fast they near run into us.
I have found the best whistle to be the Silva Fox Whistle. Should anyone be interested google Silva Fox Whistles and once on the site have a look at the video clips. in particular one titled "We've got to get out of this place".
Anyhow, thanks for letting me share and happy calling to you all.