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    Quote Originally Posted by In God We Trust View Post
    Calling works well in Arizona during the January archery hunt. I have found rattling probably works the best but primos makes a grunt call that works in certain situations


    I agree comepletly. I was out there a few years ago coyote hunting. I was just using a rabbit distress and I guess it sounds very similar to a fawn distress. On about 4 different occasions I had groups of does and bucks surround me. Anywhere from 10-60 yds. I had two nice 4 points in archery range a couple of times.

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    for those of us who hunt wolf areas, remember that a fawn bleat call's a predator call. You might just get a griz, wolf, cougar, or coyote as soon as get a deer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacDonald View Post
    for those of us who hunt wolf areas, remember that a fawn bleat call's a predator call. You might just get a griz, wolf, cougar, or coyote as soon as get a deer.

    That would be awsome.

 

 

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