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Good budget coyote call #7440522 02/21/19 05:22 PM
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Hey yall, I'm looking to get more into coyote hunting this year, but don't have a call. Do yall recommend mouth or electric? And what are some good budget-friendly options out there that aren't junk? Thanks for the input

Re: Good budget coyote call [Re: RickyBobby4] #7441346 02/22/19 02:41 PM
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I would go with hand calls if you want something inexpensive and gives you a quality sound. The Mini Blaster is my favorite because it takes very little wind to operate and you can make a wide variety of sounds on it. Mark Zepp makes several nice calls that are not well known down here.
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Fox pro makes a good entry level call, I think its the crossfire?

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+1 mini blaster

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Thanks for the input yíall!

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Iíve conpeletey gotten away from using an e-call because I have much better luck with hand call and itís one less thing for me to carry in the field. Also I donít have to worry about batteries. I started out learning with what I could find at academy and cabelas such as the primos, haydels, and knight and Hale. I still have some of them but I mainly use Red River Calls. Iíve got most of their line but I really like the dirty buns, extreme rabbit, and the bandit. Iíve also got a mini blaster. Any call that can produce multiple sounds such as distress and coyote vocals, Iím a fan of.

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There is a reason that hand calls are more effective than electronics. I wrote an article for THE JOURNAL OF THE TEXAS TROPHY HUNTER magazine that will be out in the next edition explaining the difference. I have been working on a new electronic caller for almost five years that will be the greatest innovation in electronic calling since the 50's.
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