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    electronic caller

    What is the most pratical electronic caller? I think I would like one but not $500. worth, maybe $300. Are there any good calls for that price? Trying to call coyote

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    Check out allpredatorcalls.com. They have many options to choose from. I personally use the FoxPro fire storm and love it.

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    Fox pro works for me too, they have a wonderful warranty.

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    Love the FoxPro. I have a FX3 and have done very well with it over the last few years. I would also look at the new Primos Turbo Dog. It looks pretty solid and should be in your price range.

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    I have the Foxpro SpitFire and love it!

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    Western rivers or Flextone, I have both and they work great.

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    I would recommend the FoxPro Wildfire. They dropped in price recently from $300 to $200 and have nice features and a great remote.
    I bought one before the price went down and still thought it was a good value, now it's even better.
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