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PREDATOR CALLS

ANIMAL-IN-DISTRESS CRIES

The distress cries of animals will bring all predators running, especially a coyote. A coyote is an opportunistic hunter; always ready to take advantage of another animal in trouble. In country where deer are numerous, a deer in distress call will always bring then running. In more urban areas where deer are scarce, a cottontail rabbit cry will work best. Over all, the cottontail distress will work everywhere you hunt because cottontails are almost everywhere. Above all, your animal distress must be believable to the coyote. You must take into effect that an animal will have more air at the start of his cries than at the end. He will also get weaker as the calls continue. Your call must be believable to the coyote. The more believable your sound, the less likely the coyote will circle and wind you. A coyote is very cautious and will often slip in quietly, so always be alert and look in all directions. Both the Deer and the Rabbit-in-distress calls come with a spring tension lanyard.

COTTONTAIL RABBIT-IN-DISTRESS SPECIAL 

CoyoteClub Cottontail Distress Special is a Birchwood barreled, enclosed reed, hand-held rabbit-in-distress call that will call coyote anywhere in the US and it is the easiest call to use and master. It will also call bear, wolf, lion, fox, badgers, hawks, and eagles. When using the call in timber, keep in mind that a bear coming to the call can be very dangerous, especially when she has cubs. It’s best to expose yourself while she is still far away to discourage an attack. 

DIRECTIONS FOR USING THE COYOTECLUB RABBIT-IN-DISTRESS SPECIAL

     

Grasp the call at the base of your thumb and hand. Cup your hand around the call and begin to blow. Begin to open your hand as you blow into the call. Finish with your hand open as you simulate the rabbit running out of breath. Each cry should contain this maneuver. By using this technique the sound will change during the calling sequence and it will sound realistic to the coyote. Each call should be 4 to 5 cries of about 2 seconds each with the last cry a little more muffled as the rabbit losses his breath. Wait for about 5 or 10 minutes between calls and watch carefully. If after three calling sequences you don’t see the coyote, pick another set-up and try again. If he heard the call he has come in and either seen you or winded you and is gone. Perfect scenario, wind 3-5 mph in your face, sit in the shade, and call into the wind, any time of day, any time of night. Of course there must be a coyote in calling range, so do your homework. Scout around for coyote sign one day and pick several spots to setup around the area, and then pick your best setup based on the winds the day of the hunt. Good hunting.

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DEER-IN-DISTRESS

The “CoyoteClub Deer Distress Special” is used in the same way as the “CoyoteClub Cottontail Special”. Hold it in the same manner and use your hand in the same way to control the sound. A deer has more wind than a rabbit so the cry should last 3 seconds instead of 2. Other than that, the calling sequence is the same. The Deer Distress Special is a more complex tool in that it is capable of imitating a variety of animals, from a fawn and doe cry, to a tending buck grunt, and everything in between. The reed block has 5 groves for the O-ring to hold the reed on the tapered reed block in five different positions. In position 1 (the closest to the end), the cry is a fawn deer. In position 2, it is doe cry, in position 3; it is the cry of a larger animal like an elk, moose, or bear. In position 4 and 5 it simulates a perfect tending buck grunt. A lanyard is provided to keep your call handy, and an extendable bellows is included to add resonance to the buck grunt.  The fawn and doe cry are performed without the extendable bellows.  As with the rabbit-in-distress call, the deer-in distress will also call bear, wolf, lion, fox, badgers, hawks, and eagles. When using the call in timber, keep in mind that a bear coming to the call can be very dangerous, especially when she has cubs. It’s best to expose yourself while she is still far away to discourage an attack. 

RETAIL $17.95

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