Foxpro Spitfire vs Johnny stewart preymaster?

Discussion in 'Coyote Hunting - From 10 Yards to over 1,000 Yards' started by zackblain, Dec 13, 2009.

  1. zackblain

    zackblain New Member

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    I've been getting into coyote hunting recently and have been building up my call collection and decided to try out an electronic call. Yesterday I got a foxpro spitfire for 160$ which was 40$ off so I figured it was a good deal. Would you reccomend this over the johnny stewart preymaster? I'm limited to under 200$(I'm 17 and broke) or are there any other contenders in the <200$ price range?
     
  2. zackblain

    zackblain New Member

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    Anyone?
     

  3. Sendero_Man

    Sendero_Man <strong>SPONSOR</strong>

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    You just can't beat Foxpro !

    #1 customer service and there products are top of the line !!


    my vote will Always be the FOXPRO !!!
     
  4. zackblain

    zackblain New Member

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    thanks
     
  5. J E Custom

    J E Custom Well-Known Member

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    +1

    I have been very happy with my Foxpro and there service.

    I used it last year for turkeys (Legal in Texas) and filled my tags with it.

    It also worked on hogs and coyotes.

    There are other good brands but I chose the FX 3 and have not been dissapointed.

    J E CUSTOM
     
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    436 Well-Known Member

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    +2 Foxpro pretty hard to beat
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  7. ForneyRider

    ForneyRider Well-Known Member

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    We use the Johnny Stewart (wired). It's pretty rare for it not to pull a coyote from the woods into the open field. We have 4 of the cartridges. We mix and match until it comes out. We are shooting from a 2-man elevated deer blind just off center of a field about 700 yards from the furthest wooded area. We stretch the speaker out on a barbwire fence.
     
  8. Strikenmike

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    Just bought a new Spitfire. Like it a lot, but I have not actually hunted with it yet, so we will see. bought it from All Predator Calls. They put in the sounds I requested. Remote works great. Anxious to get out.
     
  9. dbaker84

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    """I've been getting into coyote hunting recently and have been building up my call collection and decided to try out an electronic call. Yesterday I got a foxpro spitfire for 160$ which was 40$ off so I figured it was a good deal. Would you reccomend this over the johnny stewart preymaster? I'm limited to under 200$(I'm 17 and broke) or are there any other contenders in the <200$ price range? """

    zacblain,
    the foxpro has my vote. i just can't find it on sale. where did you find it for 160. I cant find it under 200.
     
  10. ForneyRider

    ForneyRider Well-Known Member

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    My family uses the "wired" Johnny Stewart. I liked it so much I bought my own. it's 99$ for the wired one. You can get the wireless one on sale from time to time. Works great on 'yotes.
     
  11. Powerfisher

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    I have a FP Spitfire and love it. The only negetive I have is that its NOT weather proof. If its snowing or raining, I have to put it in a big zip lock bag. But for $200, or in your case $160........cant beat it, and yes it works great, loud enough and clear. I started late this year and the first time I actually got serious about calling, I nailed my first yote. He came in hard from behind me, down wind and almost ATE my caller. I wont look back.