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Product DescriptionJohnny Stewart Attractor Electronic Predator Calls create sounds of distressed prey and predator vocalizations to lure targets like bears and coyotes to your location. The compact, lightweight predator call includes a handheld remote with a 50-yd. range, so you can set the base unit far enough away to draw attention from yourself. The base unit has a pivoting speaker that plays 30 second sounds in a loop for continuous action. Comes complete with a remote holster and belt clip for the base unit. Base unit operates on four AA batteries and remote operates on 12-volt battery (batteries included). Base unit measures 8"H x 3.5"W x 1.5"D. Remote is 4"H x 1.81"W x 0.88"D.
Electronic Predator 2 Call - Sounds include cottontail distress, coyote howls, coyote pup distress, fawn distress, and jack vittles.
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Q:I want to use this call to help attract Bobcats to my traps, will this call run for more than one day continus on a set of battries?Asked on 7/2/2012 by Michigan Trapper from Caledonia MI
Q:Can you call crows in? I see no sounds for crows. Are the sound bytes interchangeable for other animals?Asked on 12/19/2008 by Took from Allegan MI
A:Sorry, no crow call. This unit is pre-programmed with five sounds: Cottontail distress, Howls, Coyote Pup, Fawn and Jackrabbit.
Cannot add your own sound bytes but you can attach an external speaker.
For the price it is hard to beat this unit.
Good Luck and Be Safe!Answered on 1/2/2009 by Noeproblem from Knoxville, TN
A:no you cant call crows and no sound bytes all internalAnswered on 7/20/2009 by Predator Hunt Coyote from edmonton, AB