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Do you use mouth calls, electronic calls, or both? Under what circumstances?
 

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Both, always... use the electric more now when after wolves, but in our climate batteries tend to not function as good and you never have to worry about the batteries dieing on a mouth call, just your lungs running out of air and a wierd dizzy feeling :lol:
 

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Both, always... use the electric more now when after wolves, but in our climate batteries tend to not function as good and you never have to worry about the batteries dieing on a mouth call, just your lungs running out of air and a wierd dizzy feeling :lol:
As a lad, growing up in the 60s, I can relate to that... :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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LOL as a lad growing up in the '90's I can relate!!!

Back to the point, its always good to have a backup call... Even if you aren't familiar with it.... 9 times out of 10 the E-call will fail when you got one coming in or hanging up just out of range so any noise might help... You don't have to be a Les Johnson to get them in that last little bit... Another tip is to keep your volume on both hand calls and E-calls low and work your way up in volume slowly, If you call too loudly to start and you have one close to you it will probably scare it off and just educate it and make it call shy...
 
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