well I personally like to use mouth calls and rattle manualy (ive seen some electric with rattle on there if your wondering) but really the electric calls are ok because you can have almost 6 different calls in one small speaker, if you want get your mouth call and grunt, or what ever you are gonna do then play the same thing you did with your mouth on your electric and see which on sounds better or more realistic to you and use it, but really thats just my opinion, I like mouth calls but I bet some electric calls are much much better than the ones Ive usedm, I bet theres even better mouth calls than mine but really it just comes down to what your oppinion is,
ya reminded me that i have one of those electric deer calls got it from sportsmans guide it straps to a tree and you can use a remote to make 6 different calls.works pretty good at spooking em but maybe it was too loud .its illegal to use em here for hunting i was given it as a gift it still in one of my many gear boxes:whistling:
Joel, I have the same thing from the Sportmans guide, I havent tried mine yet but I'll bring it into the woods this summer and see if i can get any action with it. I'll give full report after I use it... :biggrin:
I was at a New Jersey State park one time (2003) and witnessed a running Herd of deer, Had to check my pulse thought I died and went to Heaven... It sure isn't like that here in Northern Vermont.
Vermonts herd isn't as large as it used to be in days of old but they are working to rebuild it
i camp in a state park during turkey season the park doesnt allow hunting .i wa setting up some stuff when i hear steps i look around i see deer all over the place.i took pics on a little throw away camera i think its still in the vest:yawn: got pics of the deer standing 10ft away.man i wished they would allow hunting.The wierd part is right across the road at another state park hunting is allowed.wanna guess how many deer are are over there:thumbdown:
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