Cass Creek Ergo Series Ergonomic Handheld Game Calls are compact and have an ergonomic grip. With one hand push button operation you can use these simple to use electronic calls. The Ergo Series Ergonomic Handheld Game Calls feature true to life sound which are high quality and very effective. They will come running!
These Cass Creek Handheld Calls have five calls in each unit, auto interrupt and on/off and volume thumb dial. Included and installed are 3 AAA batteries and comes with a hand belt clip.
Goose Electronic Game Call Sounds
Predator II Electronic Game Call Sounds
- Hail Call – A long distance greeting made up of a series of spaced rhythmic honks.
- Greeting Call – An exciting contact call often made when one group of geese meets another
- Laydown Call – Descending geese make this quick and repetitive single note call when landing.
- Feeding Call – A low volume call of contentment among geese in a feeding zone.
- Comeback Call – A pleading series of hail calls attempting to draw back passing or departing geese
Crow Electronic Game Call Sounds
- Woodpecker Wall – Shrill and piercing repetitive wait.
- Raccoon Pups – Young coon cries of distress.
- Kitten distress – Helpless feline call of vulnerability.
- Gray Fox Pup – Call of immature fox signals territory infringement.
- Rodent Squeal – Sharp series of squeaks and drawn out squeals
Snow Goose Electronic Game Call Sounds
- MacDaddy – An attractor call lures with mournful pleadings.
- Crow Distress – An urgent call for help draws individuals and flocks.
- Crow/Owl Flight – A flock of agitated crows battles an owl.
- Crow Frenzy – The pandemonium of large clock calling.
- Hawk Attack – Aggressive crow and hawk fighting cries.
- Snow Greeting – High pitched, excited repetitive call.
- Snow Flock – Flock chorus lures small groups of passing geese.
- Feeding Flock – Contented flock honks and clucks of feeding geese
- Flock Landing – Lures geese to land and joins the decoy spread.
- Specklebelly Greeting – Excited contact calls when flocks of geese meet.