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Knight and Hale The Shaft Predator Call

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Product Description

As predator populations rise, predator calls are seeing their day in the sun. Get in on the action with Knight and Hale's line of realistic, enticing predator calls. Predator calls can imitate the predators themselves with coyote calls, fox calls or bobcat calls. Or, they imitate the predators' prey with prey in distress calls such as rabbit calls or mouse calls.

Knight and Hale predator calls feature Mylar and metal reeds, plus a dual or triple reed system. These create unequaled volume and realistic barks, yips and howls that coyotes, foxes, bobcats and other large predators can't resist.

Knight and Hale prey calls easily produce authentic anguished prey sounds. These calls mimic the whines, squeaks, screams and squeals of distressed prey. Knight and Hale prey in distress predator calls compel any predator that hears them to come and investigate.

One of the most effective ways to call in a predator is to use both a predator call and a prey in distress call. When you start with a coyote bark, throw in a prey-in-distress sound, and then finish up with a few more barks, a coyote won't be able to resist coming to investigate

Knight and Hale The Shaft Predator Call creates prey in distress sounds. Soft call for up close encounters. Compact and easy to use. Clips easily in pocket for quick access. 

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