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Predator Calls

Predator Calls

Predator Calls

  • HAYDELS Coyote Howler Predator Call (CH-92)

    HAYDELS Coyote Howler Predator Call (CH-92)

    Haydels

    $24.15
    Features of HAYDELS Coyote Howler Predator Call CH-92 Compact designThis Coyote howler is designed to locate and call dominate dogsAlso effective in locating turkeys Product Info for HAYDELS Coyote Howler Predator Call CH-92 This compact...
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  • PRIMOS Randy Anderson Lil' Dog Predator Call (350)

    PRIMOS Randy Anderson Lil' Dog Predator Call (350)

    Primos

    $26.47
    Features of PRIMOS Randy Anderson Lil Dog Predator Call 350 Two separate mouthpieces for long range and close in callingOpen-reed style call that reproduces mouse peeps, distress calls of birds, jackrabbits, cottontails, fawns and pup whinIt is also a...
    $26.47
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  • PRIMOS Double Jackrabbit Predator Call (366)

    PRIMOS Double Jackrabbit Predator Call (366)

    Primos

    $29.75
    Features of PRIMOS Double Jackrabbit Predator Call 366 Two Metal ReedsLOUD, Low-Pitched & RaspyLaminated Barrel Product Info for PRIMOS Double Jackrabbit Predator Call 366 This call houses two metal reeds thus giving it the name double. The...
    $29.75
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  • PRIMOS Still Jackrabbit Predator Call (306)

    PRIMOS Still Jackrabbit Predator Call (306)

    Primos

    $17.62
    Features of PRIMOS Still Jackrabbit Predator Call 306 Hands-free optionReproduces whines, whimpers, and screams of a jackrabbit in distressVersatile: blow hard to call predators at long-range, blow softer for close-range calling Product Info for...
    $17.62
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  • PRIMOS Mouse Squeeze Predator Call (304)

    PRIMOS Mouse Squeeze Predator Call (304)

    Primos

    $16.61
    Features of PRIMOS Mouse Squeeze Predator Call 304 100% FREEZEPROOF!Easiest call ever! Just pick it up and squeezeGreat close-range coaxerRequires minimal hand movement Product Info for PRIMOS Mouse Squeeze Predator Call 304 The Mouse Squeeze...
    $16.61
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  • PRIMOS Still Mouse Squeaker Predator Call (PS324)

    PRIMOS Still Mouse Squeaker Predator Call (PS324)

    Primos

    $17.62
    Features of PRIMOS Still Mouse Squeaker Predator Call PS324 Hands-free option lets you keep your gun up and readyReproduces the sounds of field mice and other rodentsGreat for attracting predators close Product Info for PRIMOS Still Mouse...
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  • PRIMOS Raspy Coaxer Predator Call (PS323)

    PRIMOS Raspy Coaxer Predator Call (PS323)

    Primos

    $19.29
    Features of PRIMOS Raspy Coaxer Predator Call PS323 Two calls in oneReproduces Screams of Rabbits or Squeaks of Rodents GritrOutdoors is an authorized Primos dealer
    $19.29
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  • PRIMOS Double Cottontail Predator Call (365)

    PRIMOS Double Cottontail Predator Call (365)

    Primos

    $28.46
    Features of PRIMOS Double Cottontail Predator Call 365 Two Metal ReedsHigh-Pitched & RaspyLaminated Barrel Product Info for PRIMOS Double Cottontail Predator Call 365 The PRIMOS Predator Call, Double Cottontail (365) houses two metal reeds...
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  • PRIMOS Hot Dog Predator Call (351)

    PRIMOS Hot Dog Predator Call (351)

    Primos

    $29.44
    Features of PRIMOS Hot Dog Predator Call 351 Loud howler for long-range calling and locatingDetachable mouthpiece for distress callsU.S. Patent Nos. D498,165 & 5,910,039 Product Info for PRIMOS Hot Dog Predator Call 351 The mouthpiece...
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  • PRIMOS Ki-Yi Predator Call (315)

    PRIMOS Ki-Yi Predator Call (315)

    Primos

    $23.47
    Features of PRIMOS Ki-Yi Predator Call 315 Great for all distress callsRemovable mouthpiece for open-reed callingIncludes Instructional Mini CDU.S. Patent Nos. D502,119 & 5,910,039 Product Info for PRIMOS Ki-Yi Predator Call 315 The name...
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Predators are intelligent and cunning animals. Nature endowed them with heightened senses to make them good hunters and hard prey. That’s why it’s difficult to harvest predators if you go hunting with nothing but a rifle on your shoulder.

To ease the process and increase the odds for a successful hunting trip, the market offers calling devices and tools. A predator call is used to mimic the sounds of different animals to lure the predator into the range where you can take it with an accurate shot.

To use calls wisely and appropriately, you need to know the basics of animal behavior, what sounds they produce for what reasons, at what time of day, in what season. It's valid for any type of game you are going to hunt. But predators are a special case. They can be attracted both by the sounds of their kind and the calls of their prey.

Coyotes, bobcats, foxes, opossums are hard to outsmart. The longer they live, the more they learn about the world. The chances that a particular predator individual heard calls most often used by non-creative hunters are high. So you can’t stick to a couple of sounds and be successful. Otherwise, your performance won’t attract any audience. Be creative and experiment with your calling techniques.

As far as types of calls are concerned, there are non-electronic (hand-held and diaphragm mouth calls) and electronic calls.

Mouth calls are probably the most difficult to master. But they are small, leave your hand free, and can be extremely versatile if you are skillful enough. 

Hand-held calls can be closed-reed and open-reed. Predator calls are often open-reed as they provide better versatility through using fingers, lips, and teeth to produce high- and low-pitched sounds. Most of them are made to imitate the sounds of jackrabbits and cottontail rabbits, but with some level of dexterity, you’ll be able to use open-reed calls also to produce chicken sounds, fawn bleat, pup-in-distress calls, squirrel noises, and so on.

Hunters choose hand calls for reliability and portability. Using hand calls, you’ll adapt to a situation faster and be able to creatively produce unique distress sounds.

Today, electronic predator calls are even popular among hunters as technologies develop and become cheaper over time. They have numerous advantages like versatility, programmability, ease of use. Novice hunters can use them right away as e-calls don’t require any before-hand practice. Most importantly, the sound source can be separated from a hunter, thus he/she draws no attention their selves. On the other hand, they are expensive and work from batteries which can become a limiting factor in the field.

The best predator electronic calls can employ two speakers to mimic the call of moving prey. The sound will go from one speaker to another to achieve such an effect.

Gritr Outdoors have collected the most capable predator calls available on the market.