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Product DescriptionThe Primos Hot Dog Coyote Call will allow you to speak the language of the coyote in next to no time. The mouthpiece detaches from the horn so you can use it to sound like two distinctively different coyotes. This super-loud call is versatile enough to create the distress calls of birds, cottontails, jackrabbits, pups, fawns and deer. The mouthpiece alone creates smooth-sounding howls, while the horn adds a raspy tone and volume to your calls.
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Q:Is this call good for beginners?Asked on 6/1/2009 by Anonymous from Monrow Wisconsin
A:Yes, this call is good for beginners. It was my first predator call and I became proficient at it after 2 hours of practice.Answered on 12/30/2010 by iLOVEthehunt from Dayton, OH
Q:when should i use the call?Asked on 12/5/2008 by Anonymous
A:First you have to know the different types of barks, yips, and howls a coyote can produce,and know how to create those same sounds on this call. Anytime is the right time to use this call. I personally like to use it right away to locate them by using an intimidation howl. This is a long nice howl. do about two howls, then wait 3-5 min. If you hear nothing, try one more howl. after about 15 min of hearing nothing, that might indicate that there are no coyotes around, or they're just not responding. But if you know there are coyotes around you can use a challenge howl. It starts out loud and increase in pitch very fast, and you just quite when you reach the peak pitch of the howl. The challenge howl last about a sec if done properly. DO NOT DO MORE THEN THREE CHALLENGE HOWLS IN THE SAME PLACE! If the coyotes do respond to your first couple howls in beginning, set up and then do two challenge howls, followed by a couple barks. Get ready fast, they will come!Answered on 12/25/2008 by Trent from New Richmond, WI
A:I meant interrogation howl on my last answer to this product...not intimidation...sorry.Answered on 12/25/2008 by Trent from New Richmond, WI
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