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ARHuntingRifles

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What electronic predator calling systems have you guys used?

My dad has the old cassette with haywired loudspeaker setup.  I'd like a 2015 setup.
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crice2897

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I'm using the Foxpro Wildfire II.  There are things I love about it and things I don't like about it but for the money, it's hard to beat.  The ease of purchasing and downloading sounds from Foxpro's website is fairly simple and they're adding different sounds fairly often.  If you intend to hunt daytime hours then you can get the foxjack decoy that attaches to the call as well.  I mostly night hunt so I don't use the decoy very often.  I've had a lot of good success with this setup but have started using some mouth calls in conjunction with the foxpro.  Hope this helps.
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204 AR

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Foxpro Fury here. Sounds good, good remote. It's outdated by the latest versions which have more options.  If you're on a tight budget the Icotech callers don't work too bad and call critters. The 300 sells for about $70 and sounds pretty good. Similar to a Foxpro Wildfire in volume but is not programmable, it comes with 12 sounds and that's it. 
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Wildfowler

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I will echo the comments about the wildfire two which is the unit I have. But I would like to add that I also use an inexpensive mouth call about half the time and my success ratio is slightly higher using the mouth call than the electronic call.

I think for me personally I just over use the electronic call. But the electronic call does allow you to place the speaker away from you and adjacent to the wind if the wind is not ideal for the area you wish to call it's can work well to your advantage.
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