Best Electronic Caller

UPEgger

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DSheetz; You are correct; Plot, Airdale, and Australian Shepard. I think a lot of calls are fully capable of bringing in predators. I guess it is what you have the most faith in, based on a reasonable amount of experience.
Carl L.
 

DSheetz

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UPEgger , For the most part all of the callers are capable of bringing in animals and you are correct it mostly is up to the individual and a lot also has to do with their ability as well as the amount of faith they have in their caller . All of the e-callers have good and bad points as far as I have seen .
 

Ohlongarm

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UPEgger , For the most part all of the callers are capable of bringing in animals and you are correct it mostly is up to the individual and a lot also has to do with their ability as well as the amount of faith they have in their caller . All of the e-callers have good and bad points as far as I have seen .
All e-calls now on the market will do what they are intended to, to categorize which is best is like splitting hairs. I've owned Foxpro, Lucky Duck, and now Icotec all three are neck and neck as far as predators called. Manufacture marketing is what sells them. I've really no complaints on any of the three aforementioned, other than minor issues which wouldn't affect predators responding.
 

Pred Tundra

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Another thing to keep in mind, at least seems to be the case in my area is what is everyone else using. Foxpros and primos are what is in the shelf in my area. So everyone has them. I feel I started doing better when I sold my foxpro and ordered a lucky duck online.
 
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