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    Looking to get a deer call. Not sure what kind or type. Anyone have suggestions? thanks

  • #2
    primos makes a good bleat that i like and I also Madd buck growl, which does grunts and growls.

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    • #3
      If I could only have one call it would be a H.S. True Talker. If I could have two I would add a Primos Hands Free. Both do every deer vocalization the deer do, except for snort wheeze. Soft or loud, bleat or grunt. I have called in to many deer to count using them. I love to call. Almost too much. Somedays too much! I also have ADD. I usually have 3 or 4 calls with me when I hunt. The True Talker is the closest to me. The Primos Hands-free is the one I wear around my neck. On the T.T. you change sounds by pressing down on the reed with your finger. The Primos Hands free you have to take apart and slide a rubber ring to the desired sound.

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      • #4
        I would go with a primos. They make nice calls. I did however get a nice set from bass pro. Its a redhead brand. Came with grunt doe bleat can, and rack bag. Was only like 10 bucks. Calls sound great too!

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        • #5
          primos gut calls or primos doe in a can or primos rack pack

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          • #6
            I like/use the "True Talker" by Hunter Spec.

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            • #7
              i called in a buck with a "can" call today

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